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6 Foodie Experience to Not Miss at this Singapore Food Festival!


As the Singapore Food Festival is slowly coming to an end this weekend, we bring to your attention, the 6 Foodie Experience you should not miss out on!

1. Hawker Spotlight 2018

6 Foodie Experience to Not Miss at this Singapore Food Festival! - Hawker Spotlight 2018

Location: Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road, Singapore 069111
Date:
20 Jul – 28 Jul 2018
Admission:
FREE

If you haven’t been to Amoy Food Centre, now is a great time to drop by. Discover the stories of local hawkers and feast your taste buds on some of the best hawker food that’ll have you coming back for more.

Photo credits Singapore Tourism Board

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2. Curry Day 2018

6 Foodie Experience to Not Miss at this Singapore Food Festival! - Curry Day 2018

Location: Velocity @ Novena Square Indoor Atrium, 238 Thomson Road, Singapore 307683
Date:
27 Jul – 28 Jul 2018
Hour:
11 am – 9 pm
Admission:
FREE

Curry Day—the day we didn’t know we needed until now. Let this curry fiesta be an excuse to indulge in all things curry, from buns to puffs. Also, look forward to puff crimping sessions, spice art lessons for the young and other curry-flavored activities! 

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Old Chang Kee Singapore

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3. Great Indian Food Affair – Street Food of India

6 Foodie Experience to Not Miss at this Singapore Food Festival! - Great Indian Food Affair

Location: Sayali Restaurant, 18 Belilios Lane, Singapore 219960
Date:
28 Jul – 29 Jul 2018
Admission:
FREE

Introduce your palate to classic Indian street food such as Vada Pav, Bhel Puri, Ragda Pattice and more.

For more information, click here.

Photo credits DeIdeaz

4. Feast at Sentosa – Sentosa GrillFest

6 Foodie Experience to Not Miss at this Singapore Food Festival! - Sentosa GrillFest

Location: Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Date:
27 Jul – 29 Jul 2018
Hour:
6 pm – 11 pm
Admission:
FREE

With beachfront stalls offering mouth-watering dishes such as Jumbo Hokkien Noodles, Traditional Naan Platter and old school calamansi with sour plum, cooling sea breeze, and live performances, forget about playgrounds, Sentosa GrillFest is where you want to be at with your little ones.

6 Foodie Experience to Not Miss at this Singapore Food Festival! - Sentosa GrillFest

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Sentosa

5. Back to Basics Workshop Series 2018 – Savour Your Heritage Kuehs

6 Foodie Experience to Not Miss at this Singapore Food Festival! - Savour Your Heritage Kuehs

  • Savour Your Heritage Kuehs & Sugar 

Location: Cheng Sugar Candy Factory, 12 Senoko Loop, Singapore 758149
Date:
27 Jul 2018
Hour:
10 am – 12 pm
Admission:
$48 (register here)

Explore what goes on in a sugar factory, discover the different types of sugar (white sugar is not the only kind there is!) and learn the art of making Getok Lapis, a traditional kueh.

  • Savour Your Heritage Kuehs & Jewel of the Sea

Location: Ah Hua Kelong, 50 Pasir Ris Coast, Industrial Park 6, Lor Halus Jetty (Meet up point), Singapore 518200
Date:
28 Jul 2018
Hour:
2 pm – 4 pm
Admission:
$68 (register here)

Have your little ones seen a Kelong? Have you? Sign up to tour one of Singapore’s remaining Kelongs, find out about the process of rearing fresh seafood and try your hand at making Rempah Udang, a traditional Peranakan kueh.  

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Rainbow Lapis

6. The 50 Cents Fest 2018: Colonial Singapore

6 Foodie Experience to Not Miss at this Singapore Food Festival! - The 50 Cents Festival

Location: Chinatown Food Street, Smith Street, Singapore 050335
Date:
28 Jul – 29 Jul 2018
Hour:
11 am – 11 pm
Admission:
FREE

Ever wanted to time travel? Chinatown Food Street transports you to the Colonial Era, where food is scrumptious and prices are a bargain (from just 50 cents!).

6 Foodie Experience to Not Miss at this Singapore Food Festival! - The 50 Cents Festival

Get a taste of the olden days as you walk down the street, styled after the 1930s architecture, meet the Samsui Lady, Coolie and Opium Smokers, and binge on Fish Molee, Kerabu Bee Hoon, Kopi Gu You, Gula Melaka Ice Ball and so much more toothsome dishes! You’ll truly feel like you’ve travelled back in time!

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Chinatown Food Street

 

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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day



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1 comment


  • view holiday

    hi thanks for sharing your wonderful experiences with us i loved every single line in your article and what i love the most witch is you always try to make connection with your readers and m also making a plan for singapore packages tour


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