UNESCO Hawker Food Tour: “Boiled and Braised” in Singapore

UNESCO Hawker Food Tour: “Boiled and Braised” in Singapore - All Events

ORGANISED BY : Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, Monster Day Tours

UNESCO Hawker Food Tour: “Boiled and Braised” in Singapore

This is part 1 of a 3-part tour series, of eating your way through Singapore’s Hawker Culture, which was inscribed on UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

What makes up Chinese hawker food in Singapore? Hokkien, Cantonese, Hainanese, Teochew, Hakka, each of these communities can claim to have brought the best of Chinese cuisine to Singapore. Yet what we consider to be local Chinese food has been influenced, reinterpreted and adapted to local flavours. Many of these dishes today are in fact unrecognisable from their motherland.

Get into the bellies of the Chinese in Singapore and explore our world of hawker cuisine. Explore what the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage represents, and discover new insights to local dishes that we have come to love. This immersive experience is a great bonding activity for foodies, families and friends, and makes a unique date idea too.

  • English-speaking tour guide
  • Tasting portions of award-winning hawker dishes (including Michelin-Bib gourmand)​, traditional snacks and artisanal ice cream + drink
  • Exclusive souvenir​
  • This tour is eligible for Singapore Rediscovers Vouchers
  • Promotion: $50/ per adult (UP $100)

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Event Date & Time

Sep 04, 2021 - Dec 18, 2021

Saturdays:  10am – 12.30pm

Event Language

Conducted in English and Mandarin

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