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Things to Do in Singapore
MARINA BAY SANDS
This mammoth complex has dominanted the entire Bayfront area, and put its definitive stamp on the Singapore skyline.
GARDENS BY THE BAY
Two huge futuristic structures rise out of the greenery at Gardens by the Bay, which was designed with environmental sustainability in mind are the world’s largest columnless greenhouse.
A world-class performing arts centre made up of two rounded glass domes, locals have dubbed them "the Durian", as the twin structures resemble the spiky tropical fruit that is unique to this part of the world.
LAU PA SAT
Built in the 19th century, the 120-year-old market was once a meeting point for push-cart street vendors. Now, it has grown into a much frequented destination for hawker food.
Originally designed by architectural firm Keys & Dowdeswell and commissioned by the Namazie family, the Neoclassical Capitol Building was completed in 1933. The adjoining theatre dominated the Singapore movie scene for decades after it opened as the premier cinema in the country.
EAT & DRINK - ULTIMATE GUIDE TO LOCAL DISHES
Arguably one of Singapore's more iconic dishes, choose from steamed chicken to roasted.
We recommend: Tian Tian Chicken Rice at Maxwell Food Centre
Nasi lemak means rich rice with the star ingredient being the coconut rice.
We recommend: Sri Sujana Muslim Food at Changi Village Market and Food Centre
From flavours like egg, cheese, nutella or strawberry, we recommend the classic crispy plain roti prata with fish curry.
We recommend: The Prata Place
Firm springy noodles drenched in sauce, soft dumplings and thick char siu slices with a good bit of charring.
We recommend: Lucky Wanton Noodles at Tanjong Pagar Plaza Food Centre
On a stick - grilled meat choices ranging from chicken, beef to mutton that is best paired with sweet peanut sauce.
We recommend: Chomp Chomp Food Centre
It is a mixture of thick yellow noodles and thin bee hoon noodles combined with seafood and simmered in a rich prawn-flavoured broth
We recommend: Ah Hock Fried Hokkien Mee at Chomp Chomp Food Centre
Asian equivalent of a snow cone that is toppled with red beans, sweet corn, grass jelly and atap chee.
We recommend: hard to go wrong at any hawker centre
A bowl of thick rice noodles in a rich, spicy broth and a generous serving of prawns and cockles is the best!
We recommend: 363 Katong Laksa
Get ready to have your hands dirty as you savour the fresh crab meat in chilli crab sauce. MUST-TRY: order deep fried mantous (buns) to go with it.
We recommend: No Signboard Seafood
A salad of dough fritters, cucumber, pineapple and tofu that is sweet, spicy and crispy all at once!
We recommend: Balestier Road Hoover Rojak at Whampoa Wet Market & Food Centre
CHAR KWAY TEOW
Not the best looking dish but this plate of brown rice noodles, stir-fried with fish cake, egg, bean sprouts, and prawns, in sweet, dark soy sauce sure is tasty!
We recommend: Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee at Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
A gin-based cocktail may be a must-try in Singapore weather.
We recommend: Long Bar at Raffles Hotel
- Chicken rice - http://danielfooddiary.com/2017/06/28/tiantianchickenrice/
- Nasi lemak - https://www.misstamchiak.com/nasi-lemak-singapore/
- Wanton mee - https://www.misstamchiak.com/wanton-noodles-singapore/
- Rojak - https://sethlui.com/12-best-rojak-places-singapore/
- Char kway teow - https://www.misstamchiak.com/char-kway-teow/
- Singapore Sling - https://traveltriangle.com/blog/famous-drinks-in-singapore/
- Roti prata, satay, hokkien mee, ice kacang, laksa, chilli crab - https://thehoneycombers.com/singapore/ultimate-guide-best-local-singaporean-foods-drinks-and-desserts-you-need-to-try/