Singapore’s love for food goes well beyond the hawker centres, cafés and Michelin-starred restaurants that pack the city—it runs in our blood. And there’s no better time to eat like a local than at the annual Singapore Food Festival (SFF), where local culture, proud tradition and contemporary dining are served up on a platter.
At the annual festival, you can look forward to a curation of local favourites, fun lifestyle events (think barbecues paired with live music), and rare collaborations between some of our best local chefs. If you are more of a hands-on learner, join the various cooking classes and workshops to bring home time-honoured recipes from Singapore’s many cultures. It all makes for an in-depth exploration of the city’s myriad cultures through its food. Whether you’re a serious foodie or just curious to learn more through cultural tours and workshops, you’ll get to sniff out local street hawker fare and the stories behind traditional snacks.
Source: Singapore Tourism Board website