Serving up a true melting pot of flavours and food, Singapore’s cultural diversity is reflected through the array of local cuisines comprising Chinese, Malay, Indian and Peranakan.
The bustling Geylang Serai market lies at the heart of the Malay community and features predominantly Malay and Indian cuisine. The famous market has a wet section selling fresh produce, from live fish to spices, and a food centre on the upper level. Enjoy all time Singaporean favourites like Roti Prata and Thosai taken with a frothy glass of Teh Tarik.
Traditionally associated with the Peranakan and Eurasian communities, the Joo Chiat / Katong enclave is a treasure trove rich in history and picture-perfect architecture of pre-war shophouses. To Singaporeans this neighborhood is home to the famous Laksa, Ondeh-ondeh and other delicacies.
And, if you’re lucky, you’ll get to watch popiah masters standing over hot griddles twirling dollops of dough in mid-air to make those paper thin wrappers for fresh spring rolls.
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