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I am looking for cool and local places to eat and things to do and see in Singapore end of December.

Budget, not too pricy please. 

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  • Vaughn Tan

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    in the downtown area (the so-called CBD), there are also a bunch of interesting places. you will have the opportunity, perhaps, to miss lunch rush (11.30-1.30pm on weekdays). if you go to any of the hawker centers in the downtown area especially, you will want to go a little after 1.30pm. Maxwell Food Centre is good, as is the Amoy Street Food Centre -- these are good places for lunch during the week. at amoy st, there's a good wonton noodle shop on the second level (look for the very long line and be prepared to wait); excellent noodles (with a QQ texture),homemade dumplings, and very good char siew (no colour added).


    51 Tau Huay Golden Mile Food Centre , the beancurd purveyor located on short street. it produces an outstanding, very smooth bean curd. when you order it, be sure to get it hot, not cold. at the other end of bukit timah road there is there is excellent fish head curry at Karu's Indian Banana Leaf Restaurant . lots of tamarind, meaty fish heads with lots of cheek. mmm. delicious.

    for indian foods, go into little india, along serangoon. there are
    several places for great briyani. i believe the best one is on the corner of mosque and serangoon. tekka market (corner of bukit timah and serangoon) has a briyani stall which is excellent too. the name is Sarauddin. Lagnaa, Bare Foot Dining in little india is good and fancier..

    further afield, there is liang seah street. Ah Chew Desserts 阿秋甜品 is a small store (on the left side of the street if you stand facing bugis junction) that sells very traditional chinese desserts. any of the double-boiled desserts are excellent, especially the hashima/harsma with ginger (this is the preserved snow frog ovaries, or something like that) and the double-boiled milk egg pudding (delicate steamed custard).

    on crawford street, you will also find a stall Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle 吊桥头大华猪肉粿条 selling what is known locally as bak chor mee. alkaline noodles tossed with oil and black vinegar, with a sauce of chili paste, chili oil, fried lardons (usually small), ground pork, and sometimes liver. scallions over the top. if correctly made, this has incredible balance and is delicious. you will not find this in a restaurant.

    you should head over also to the vicinity of singapore general
    hospital. along tiong bahru road lies No3 Crab Delicacy . here, you order the crab bee hoon (crab in a milky, savory soup with thick rice noodles). alternatively, you could also go to Sin Huat Eating House on geylang lorong 35: a bit cheaper, quality usually higher, no air conditioning.


    as you proceed down south bridge road away from neil road, you will see on the right Tong Heng . this is the famed custard pie shop. do not order the fancied-up versions. the correct ones are diamond-shaped, with a yellow filling and a tender, flaky crust. buy several; these are excellent. the crust is made with lard. do not buy the coconut flavoured ones. (or, if you want, order one of the coconut for a comparison)

    across the street you will see shophouses. behind those is Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre , one of the largest food centers and wet markets in singapore.
    there is excellent claypot rice in the food court -- make sure to get the kind with lap cheong and chicken. order only from the man with many claypots on multiple burners rushing about delivering orders. he is the one with the magic touch. there are at least two stalls where the owner sits, morose and at a loose end. if you are lucky, the vendor will deduce that you are a true connoisseur and your claypot will contain the crisp rice crust at the bottom of the pot (like socarrat, but chinese flavoured). this is good eats.


    if you liked the beancurd before and want to scale the heights of connoisseurship, go to geylang road and ask for Yong He Eating House 永和豆浆油条大王 , a taiwanese coffeeshop specializing in beancurd and yew char kway (fried dough, or crullers). it is very good and has the benefit of being open 24/7. order your beancurd hot and with stewed peanuts, a side of yew char kway, and maybe an order of the pork floss and egg biscuit. good stuff.

    Yet Con Restaurant sells chicken rice hainan style, and nothing else (it is on liang seah street, conveniently close to a traditional dessert shop). the chicken is poached in chicken double broth, which is then used to cook the rice. very simple, but very complex. a World-Class Dish, whatever that is supposed to mean. don't skip the chili sauce or the dark sauce that come with. (correct procedure is to mix some of the dark sauce with the rice, and dab some of the chili on the chicken).

    close to the junction of east coast road and joo chiat, there are three iconic laksa restaurants. i recommend 328 Katong Laksa at 51/53 east coast road.

    at the coffeeshop on the corner of east coast road and joo chiat, you can also try a tau kwa pau. this is too difficult to explain, so just ask for it. this coffeeshop is nameless, iirc, but on joo chiat rd (right there on the corner with east coast) where lots of stuffed deepfried tofu pockets will be on display. get one. be sure to go before 1pm, since the lunch crowd wipes them out.

    slightly further in on joo chiat, Puteri Mas Durian Puffs sells incredible pure durian puffs. you must try these. they are not expensive and they are extremely good. if you eat these, be sure to stop by at a chinese herbal apothecary and drink a glass of cooling tea. these shops can be identified by the array of dried herbs prominently displayed, and by the flasks/trays of mysterious teas arrayed outside. south bridge road is especially rich in these outfits.

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    • JR J.

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      Vaughn... epic answer! i'm ready to eat my way through singapore! · (1 likelikes)

    • Vannessa L.

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      Vaughn, you truly know your food here in Singapore! I live at the end of Bukit Timah and frequent Karu's on a regular basis. Free flow of rice (white & briyani), veg & pappadums alongside whatever meaty main or curry you order...bliss. JR, they overprice the drinks at Karu's though, so take a look before you wind up paying a couple of dollars for a teh-peng (iced milk tea) or iced Milo (malt chocolate drink)! And don't be shy in asking for a top-up on rice/veg/pappadums from the Indian men walking around with big bowls of them. They dollop it onto your banana leaf (used as a plate) generously. I hope you enjoy eating your way around Singapore! That's the best way to go (: · (1 likelikes)

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    2. Amoy Street Food Centre (attraction)
    3. 51 Tau Huay Golden Mile Food Centre (attraction)
    4. Karu's Indian Banana Leaf Restaurant (restaurant)
    5. Lagnaa, Bare Foot Dining (restaurant)
    6. Ah Chew Desserts (restaurant)
    7. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle (restaurant)
    8. No3 Crab Delicacy (restaurant)
    9. Sin Huat Eating House (restaurant)
    10. Tong Heng (restaurant)
    11. Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre (attraction)
    12. Yong He Eating House (restaurant)
    13. Yet Con Restaurant (restaurant)
    14. 328 Katong Laksa (restaurant)
    15. Puteri Mas Durian Puffs (restaurant)

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  • Tracy Chong

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    Hi Max,

    For local foods, you may try to go to Makansutra Gluttons Bay which is located at

    8 Raffles Avenue #01-15 Singapore 039802
    Telephone: 6336 7025

    Operating Hours:
    Mon–Thu : 5pm – 2am
    Fri & Sat : 5pm – 3am
    Sun : 4pm – 1am

    How to get there?

    • MRT (alight at City Hall MRT Station, walk towards Esplanade link-way)
    • Buses numbers: (36, 56, 70, 97, 111, 133, 162, 174M, 195, 502, C1, C2, C3, 75, 77, 106, 171, 700A, 857, 960, 961, NR 1, NR 2, NR 5, NR 6, NR 7 & NR 8)
    • Taxi (tell the taxi driver “Esplanade Mall Taxi Stand, please!”)


    It is at outdoor area where you can find various of Singapore local food at one place. Prices are still reasonable.

    After dinner or before dinner, you may want to consider going to these few places which are just nearby.

    One Fullerton
    It is perfect place for night scenery around CBD area. There are cafes and restaurants along the bay or you may just buy some takeaway food or drink and sit somewhere there to enjoy the night breeze and scenery

    2. Esplanade Lyric Theatre
    http://www.esplanade.com/index.jsp

    3. Marina Bay Sands
    http://www.marinabaysands.com/

    and below few recommended places to go though not nearby.

    4. Orchard Road
    Along this Orchard Road, you can find many shopping malls. During special occasion like Christmas, Chinese New Year, etc, the whole street will be filled with decorations.

    5. Clarke Quay Singapore - for night life and night scenery.

    Chinatown - for local shopping and food

    Bugis Street - for local shopping and food

    8. Singapore Zoo

    Resorts World Sentosa - Sentosa Island, Universal Studio Singapore, Song of the Sea show.

    10. Botanical Garden singapore

    Those are few places which I think worth to go. Hope it helps. :)




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  • Klaudia Choluj Liubinskas

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    Best local hawker market Chomp Chomp Food Centre ! Have the sting ray in sambal, and the lime juice is amazing .

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    A typical day may look like this:

    Have a typical Singaporean breakfast with local brewed coffee, softboiled eggs & toasted kaya bread. YY Kopitiam has one of the best kaya (coconut jam) and local coffee around.

    Just a stone throw away is the Raffles Hotel Singapore , one of the oldest hotel in Singapore. Remember to take a picture with the most famous doorman.

    Nearby is the Esplanade Lyric Theatre and walk along the Singapore river towards the Merlion Park to visit the famous mascot and The Fullerton Hotel .

    Another option is to visit the The Singapore Flyer , the biggest Ferris wheel in the world.

    Then walk back to purvis street and have the most traditional Hainanese chicken rice at Yet Con Restaurant and dessert Ah Chew Desserts , like what Vaughn suggested.

    After that, if you are not tired, continue on to Kampong Glam to savour the Muslim culture and cuisine there.

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    If you're in Singapore you must head to Kopitiam and try their bak kut teh (pork bone tea), very tasty Chinese soup. Kopitiam is an oasis for delicious Singaporean, Malay, and Indian food so there's plenty to eat here. You can also visit the Singapore Botanic Gardens which features a small tropical rainforest, several lakes, Evolution Garden, and over 3,000 orchids. Open from 5AM till midnight. What's more, it's free of charge. Enjoy! :)

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  • Neha Shankar Iyer

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    I thought the Sunway Pyramide Mall is a fantastic place to go to buy malaysian retail stuff. but what caught my eye about that mall in malaysia is the skating rink, its one of the biggest skating rinks they have and it is affordable and a lot of fun. and one more thing you shouldnt miss is the Genting Highlands. had a marvelous time there. enjoy! :)

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  • Man Ho

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    People's Park in Chinatown has one of the best food in Singapore. Lots of local food to choose from, definitely one of my favorites. Little India is also another place to explore food and the Indian culture in Singapore. If you like some comfort, the food court in Takashimaya at Orchard Road is an alternative.

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  • Inez Wihardjo

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    For cool things to do, check out:

    www.indiescapes.com

    They have tour packages offered by local citizens- ranging from cycling along chinatown, trekking in Henderson bridge, etc.

    For local places to eat, do check out my site:

    www.bonappetour.com

    This one is a Singapore-based food-centric community, where they offer travellers, like yourself, a chance to have unique dining experiences at the comforts of a locals home.

    Hope my answer helps!

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  • Andrea Lim

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    Budget, local food in Singapore is the best, and definitely the way to eat!!! They can be found in open air 'hawker centers' around the island, and are definitely hygienic and safe to eat. I recommend: Old Airport Road Market & Food Centre , Maxwell Food Centre , Amoy Street Food Centre , Hong Lim Complex Market & Food Centre (these are closer to the train stations so will be easy to access). For a list of must tries: http://www.ladyironchef.com/2013/10/best-singapore-hawker-food/ Or... you could honestly just hop in a cab and tell the driver to bring you to his favorite. They're known here in Singapore to be the experts in where to eat. If he says ''Newton", tell him that no, you want this REAL favorite (its where many tourists go).

    Check out the museums ( National Museum of Singapore and Peranakan Museum are my favorite), the Gardens by the Bay , Sungei Buloh Nature Cove or the HSBC TreeTop Walk - Venus Drive Entrance for something more nature-y... the Singapore Biennale's also going on, it's our biggest art festival, fun to check out if you're into that. Substation/Timbre has good live music. The zoo/universal studies is always fun. Zouk 's a reliable club with good music. That should have covered a fair amount of ground, have fun!

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    Singapore is the best food city in the world, bar none. It's a place where you can eat just as well on a budget of less than 10 Euros per meal as you can at Michelin starred restaurants.

    The best way to experience Singapore's food culture is to eat at "hawker centres." Hawker centres are open-air food courts containing several dozen stalls, each specialising in just a small number of dishes. There is a certain procedure for eating at hawker centres: pick a table and mark it with something, then go to the stall you want and place your order, and then your food will be brought to you. My favourite hawker centre is the Golden Mile Food Centre, mostly Chinese and Thai. My favourite dish here is the "Sup Tulang," mutton bones marinated in a sweet and sour red sauce and roasted. Bring hospital gloves - the sauce stains your fingers and everything you touch. Other good hawker centres are the Maxwell Food Centre, with Tian Tian Cooked Food's Hainan chicken the best dish here; Old Airport Road Food Centre for seafood; Tekka Centre for Indian food; and Changi Village Food Centre for seafood and Hokkien Chinese food.

    As far as sit-down restaurants go, my favourites are The Banana Leaf Apolo for South Indian fish head curry (again, bring hospital gloves because you eat with your hands and the sauce stains your fingers), Din Tai Fung for dim sum, and the sushi bar hidden in the Far East Plaza. The Kopitiam chain (all over town) is a good spot for breakfast, with kaya toast and eggs being the best offering.

    Avoid the Newton Circus and Glutton's Bay hawker centres - they're overpriced tourist traps that serve inferior quality food.

    For things to do, I'd recommend just wandering through the various neighbourhoods and exploring. Kampong Glam, Little India and Chinatown have the best museums and shops. The Malay Heritage Centre in Kampong Glam is my favourite museum. Try to get local's advice on the best clubs and party spots.

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    If you are in for some live music, a small & super chilled place with a really good vibe is Going Om Llp http://www.going-om.com.sg

    It's a short walk from Bugis.

    Open Tuesday to Sunday with really good artists every night. My favorite is Thursday night!

    You can have some dinner, snacks and nice cocktails.


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    I have been to Singapore last year and spent a week long. The thing I experienced is, Singapore is the only place everyone would like to go. Here are few things which Komal Jain of WeAreHolidays wrote few days. These are my favourite things:

    Find a great hub to eat!

    Swing across rooftops at largest indoor climbing gym in the country at Onsight Climbing Gym

    Taste Grubby mutton biryani in Indian style in Singapore

    Munch up a scorpion

    Let doctor fish devour your dead skin cells – Take a Fish Spa & Reflexology

    Catch a movie at the Golden Village

    Indulge in Bird Watching at Jurong Bird Park

    Visit Little India & buy the oddest of things from here

    Some time for Shishas at Kampong Glam

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