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This is a walking trail around Little India that allows participants to be immersed in the scents of the spices and the lively vibes of the area.
Visit one of Singapore’s most famous and bustling marketplace, Tekka Market, located at Little India for a treat!
This tour lives up to its name with tons of eating throughout.
This is a tour that brings participants to explore the Geylang district.
A nostalgic stroll past old shop houses and terraced residences that illuminate against the evening sky.
This is a tummy-filling voyage of food discovery as participants savor the fusion of Chinese and Malay cuisine – Peranakan food!
The name says it all, as this tour brings participants behind the scenes of a traditional bread (loti) factory and a coffee (kopi) roasting factory.
Participants get to experience a true melting pot of Singapore’s diverse cuisines, comprising a wide array of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Peranakan selection.
GOURMETbus presents a moving dining experience that comes with scenic views of the city.
As an island with no natural resources, Singapore has always been obsessed with water.