Please select a second date to complete the range.
Love your food? Love your Indian, Chinese and Malay food? Then a food tour to capture all these flavours and more sounds like a foodie's perfect treat. You’re in Singapore, one of the world’s food cities and on this private tour, you’re going to really explore the hidden culinary treasures. A history and eating tour where you try the best on offer. Feel like a local and discover their secret food places.
About Your Guide:
A Chef’s Tour has a simple aim for their tours. Create and curate food experiences that are good enough for chefs. And that is precisely what you get with their trips. A journey to understand regional food, its history and ingredients. Not forgetting that you get to sample the local cuisine. Is it any wonder their tours make for mouth-watering experiences?
Here’s the plan:
With its Malay, Indian and Chinese influences, it’s no wonder that Singapore is one of the world’s top food cities. Now you can take your culinary pleasures to new heights with this private food tour. With an expert local guide to take you through the places and the flavours, this is a treat for the taste buds. On the tour, you can expect.
• Dishes may include crispy shards of roti prate in curry, roasted pork and steamy dim sum
• Tour places that few tourists know about with your local expert guide
• Learn about the history and culture as you explore and taste the local dishes, snacks and drinks
Daily from 3:30pmDuration
4 hoursStart time
Daily from 3:30pm
The tour departs from street level of Farrer Park MRT station (Exit H). Your guide will be waiting for you, wearing A Chef's Tour t-shirt. There will be more details on your booking voucher.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organised activity to reconfirm.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)