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Makansutra Food Safari Tour

Makansutra was founded by the affable K.F Seetoh, whose mission is to celebrate the best of Asian food, culture and lifestyle.

The Makansutra Food Safari Tour takes you on a Singapore food culture experience, introducing you to the colours and tastes of some of the best-loved local dishes. Be prepared for a whirlwind tour that takes you all around Singapore. You’ll visit eateries rated by Makansutra’s popular neutral public polling method, where you’ll sample some of Singapore’s most popular dishes.

There are about three or four stops on the Makansutra Food Safari Tour. Besides popular local hawker fare like chicken rice, laksa, bak kut teh and rojak, you may also request for a dining experience that incorporates award-winning local restaurants that serve both Asian and modern international cuisine.

All tours are conducted by a Makansutra Food Host, who will be at hand to regale the colourful stories of our food and its culture.

To arrange a Makansutra Food Safari Tour, contact 6438 4038 or email contact@makansutra.com


Singapore Food Trail, Singapore Flyer

Ever wondered what Singapore was like back in the day? Head to one of Singapore’s latest dining concepts, Singapore Food Trail.

One of Singapore’s latest dining concepts, Singapore Food Trail is a 1960s-themed food haven in the heart of the city. In a nostalgic and charming setting set against the backdrop of the iconic Singapore Flyer, you’ll find a mix of Singapore’s original and most famous hawker foods. Snack on old-time favourites such as ice balls and kachang puteh. Tuck into famous local fare at the Singapore Food Trail.

With its authentic décor and a strong mix of heritage hawkers, this dining haven promises a taste of the good old days.


Rasapura Masters, Marina Bay Sands

Rasapura Masters is home to a line-up of regional street food masters and stalls operated by international award-winning chefs. The foodcourt showcases the ethnic flavors of Southeast Asia, with mouth-watering favourites from countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

Latest to join Marina Bay Sands’ list of pedigree gastronomical delights is one of Singapore’s top restaurants, Song of India. Helmed by Chef Milind Sovani, this establishment and chef have received countless of accolades such as “Chef of the Year” and “Asian Ethnic Chef of the Year” at the World Gourmet Summit. Additionally, the Michelin Green Guide 2008 has also declared Chef Sovani as Singapore’s Culinary Trail Blazer King. Even dignitaries like the Prime Minister of India and many others have made a pit-stop at this award-winning venue. 


Makansutra Gluttons Bay

Makansutra Gluttons Bay is a cool, open air hawker centre with huge umbrella seating, right by the picturesque Marina Bay. Surrounded by retro-inspired pushcarts, the variety of famous hawker delights have been handpicked by local food guru KF Seetoh from Makansutra. Situated next to the Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, the collection of stalls at Makansutra Gluttons Bay offers a wide selection of local favourites. A popular hangout for dinner and late night suppers, Makansutra Gluttons Bay opens from 5pm till late daily. To find out more, click here.




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