I consider it money well spent to take a Singapore Hawker food tour with Secret Food Tour to see the secret streets and treats. My daughter and I were eager to eat at the famous Hawker stalls but there are so many, even at one location!
Our tour guide Monica was terrific. Not only did we eat well but she gave us a vibrant history lesson of Singapore as well, both of the country and specific foods!
It also was a multicourse meal, eaten at Hawker stall after Hawker stall, that ended in a delightful shaved ice dessert. Many of these food items are not only famous but some may not be around for that much longer.
It was hard to top this day in terms of deliciousness, not just for our Singapore trip but in general. I think that I will always seek out a food tour guide in future overseas travels though we did go to the Raffles Hotel’s Afternoon Tea on our own.
How about you? What are your favorite things to eat or places to visit in Singapore? Thanks for sharing!
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