Get a taste of history at Chinatown

Embark on a fascinating food tour of traditional Chinatown, nestled in the heart of cosmopolitan Singapore! Discover the colourful history of the district while eating your way through the streets.

We’ll start with a traditional Singaporean breakfast with kaya toast and local coffee along a street named as ‘Lonely Planet’s top 10 travel destinations in Asia’. Experience the sights, sounds, and aromas of bustling Chinatown while exploring endless delectable hawker stalls, while sampling a variety of sumptuous food and drinks - from our fragrant chicken rice, chinese dumplings, to savoury Asian carrot cake!

Chiak Local is all about hyperlocal experiences, so we promise to only bring you to the best foodie gems that we ourselves eat at!

Tour and Package Details

Price

120 SGD

Start Time

10 AM

Duration

Approximately 3 hours (depending on group size)

No. of pax

Min 2 to go

Meeting Point

Chinatown MRT

All food tastings

Come hungry and cashless. All you need to do is show up with a huge appetite and prepared for a foodie experience like no other!

Exclusive Chiak Local goodie bag

Receive a Chiak Local goody bag with our exclusive merchandise and other useful items you’ll need during the food tour!

Foodie Survival Guide

Our very own Chiak Local Foodie Survival Guide ensures that you can navigate the local food scene independently even after our tour.

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Hainanese Chicken Rice

One of the national dishes in Singapore, chicken rice originated from early Chinese immigrants from Hainan province. It consists of succulent steamed white chicken, chopped into pieces and served on fragrant rice, with soy sauce and garlic chili.

Kaya Toast

A staple in Singapore, kaya toast is coconut egg jam served on thin slices of crispy toast. An authentic local breakfast is never complete without local kopi (coffee) and soft boiled eggs!

Hainanese Chicken Rice

One of the national dishes in Singapore, chicken rice originated from early Chinese immigrants from Hainan province. It consists of succulent steamed white chicken, chopped into pieces and served on fragrant rice, with soy sauce and garlic chili.

Kaya Toast

A staple in Singapore, kaya toast is coconut egg jam served on thin slices of crispy toast. An authentic local breakfast is never complete without local kopi (coffee) and soft boiled eggs!

Carrot Cake

The Singapore carrot cake bears no resemblance to the western dessert! This flavourful savoury dish is made with radish cake, then stir-fried with eggs, preserved radish and other seasoning.

Egg Tart

There’s nothing better than freshly baked egg tarts with a rich buttery base and glorious soft egg custard as a tea-time snack. Quaint local establishments usually have an array of other delicious Chinese pastries too!

Carrot Cake

The Singapore carrot cake bears no resemblance to the western dessert! This flavourful savoury dish is made with radish cake, then stir-fried with eggs, preserved radish and other seasoning.

Egg Tart

There’s nothing better than freshly baked egg tarts with a rich buttery base and glorious soft egg custard as a tea-time snack. Quaint local establishments usually have an array of other delicious Chinese pastries too!

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