4 SRV-Eligible Food Tours To Get You Belly Happy


Indulge in Singapore’s popular foods while learning about local food culture, one bite at time, on a mouth-watering, guided food tour. By the end of each tour, you’ll have a happy belly and know just a little bit more about your favourite dishes.

Here are four food tours that you can book with your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers.

Durian Dessert Shiok Tour

A must for durian lovers, this king of fruits tour by Siam Express lets you indulge in scrumptious durian desserts, snacks and beverages, all made with top-grade Mao Shan Wang.

Savour mouth-watering treats such as durian ice cream, durian coffee, Mao Shan Wang Milkshake, Musang King Egg Roll, Freeze-Dried Musang King, as well as durian cakes and pastries.

Photo: Goodwood Park Hotel

Seafood Lunch/Dinner with Gardens by the Bay Tour

Love flowers and seafood? Combine your love for both with this tour led by Global Events Management and Travel. Explore the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay and admire its beautiful blooms before tucking into mouthwatering Singapore-style seafood dishes including the famous Chilli Crab at TungLok Seafood.

Photo: TungLok Group

The 3.5-hour English guided tour includes admission into Flower Dome, bottled drinking water, and a one-way transfer from Gardens by the Bay to TungLok Seafood.

Little Nyonya’s Kitchen Culinary Adventure Tour

Explore Joo Chiat’s well-preserved pre-war architecture, hunt down some of its best Peranakan eats, discover interesting ingredients at a bustling wet market and more on this culinary tour led by Wok ‘n’ Stroll.

Photo: Karen & Karen Pte Ltd

See how the thin, soft and chewy popiah skins are painstakingly made the traditional way before sinking your teeth into a freshly made roll.

Get of taste of Joo Chiat’s well-loved foods such as otak otak, nyonya kueh, nyonya chang, nyonya achar, ayam buah keluak and chendol.

You’ll also get to learn more about Peranakan culture and even dress up in Peranakan costume.

Makan Makan Food Tour @ Kampong Glam

Foodies will not want to miss this food and cultural tour of heritage-rich Kampong Glam led by Wok ‘n’ Stroll.

Enjoy snacks such kueh kueh, curry puffs and samosas, and feast on a delicious spread of Nasi Padang dishes for lunch at one of Singapore’s popular Nasi Padang eateries.

Photo: Wok ‘n’ Stroll

You’ll also get to see the Indian chef flipping murtabak on the hot stove and watch how a cup of teh tarik is “pulled”.

No tour of Kampong Glam would be complete without visiting its landmark mosque and getting some shopping done at Haji Lane!