Pound for pound, Singapore has to be one of the world’s best countries for food. It’s little more than half the size of Hong Kong but it’s home to one of the most delicious and diverse cuisines we’ve experienced anywhere in the world.
Singapore is one of the most technologically advanced cities in the world. It’s also one of the most expensive with the highest standard of living. Thankfully, food is cheap. You can have a delicious filling meal at a hawker center for a few dollars. These articles will help you plan a trip to Singapore and help you find some of the most delicious Singaporean food.
In spite of its facade of steel and glass, Singapore retains much of the ethnic and cultural diversity that earned it its nickname – “the melting pot of Asia”. Iconic structures like Marina Bay Sands and Supertree Grove are impressive but equally of note are the ethnic pockets within the city that preserve each culture’s unique heritage and traditions.
Singapore may be small, but it isn’t lacking in great food. Inch for inch, it’s one of the most delicious destinations we’ve been to so far. It’s defined by a wide spectrum of food choices ranging from cheap but legendary hawker stall meals to trendy envelope-pushing dining concepts.
This tiny island nation no bigger than New York City is one of our favorite destinations for food. From its myriad hawker centers and heritage stalls to its Michelin-starred fine dining restaurants, there is so much good food to be had in Singapore.
Nicknamed the “State of Fun”, Sentosa is a popular island resort that draws in over 20 million guests annually. If you’re visiting Singapore with kids, then I’m guessing it’s already on your itinerary.
It seems Singapore has achieved an ideal balance between nature and technology and these Supertrees are the perfect example of that.
Before walking into this spectacular biodome, never did I imagine I would see Baobab trees in Singapore. I would have raised an eyebrow had someone told me that. But there they were, not as big as the ones I’ve seen in pictures, but every bit as magical. I was in awe.
Wow. Just WOW. Gardens by the Bay is pretty spectacular overall but this conservatory in particular just blew us away. It’s one of the most breathtaking attractions we’ve ever been to.
Before this trip, I always associated Singapore with cleanliness, food, technology, and chewing gum. Being such a small technologically advanced city, I never thought I could associate it with nature and animals as well.
S.E.A. Aquarium houses over 100,000 marine animals and once held the title of world’s largest aquarium by total water volume with over 42.8 million liters! Not that I really know what that means but I guess it’s a lot.