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Singapore remains a safe destination. There is no travel restriction by World Health Organisation (WHO) to Zika-affected countries.

Local food you shouldn’t miss

There are amazing dining choices at every turn in Singapore. Find out which are the ones that have won our local gastronomes’ hearts. 

Ranked as the Best Street Food City in 2013, Singapore can please anyone with $4 to $400 for a meal adventure. Explore the heartlands, off the beaten and eating tracks, that's where true blue local food culture resides.

KF Seetoh

Street food advocate and expert, and CEO of Makansutra
Singapore today is one of the most exciting cities in the world to dine in for international cuisine but visitors must also save time (and belly space!) for our local eats!

Raymond Lim

Director of Les Amis Group Corporate Office & Principle {eat}chitect and {eat}tivist of Studio Woods
Ignatius Chan
Hawker fare is my Singapore! They are simply delicious, value for money and a melting pot of culture. Da Dong Prawn Noodle is my favorite and my wish is our hawker heroes will one day be as famous as the great Sushi Masters of Japan.

Ignatius Chan

Restaurateur and Founder of Iggy's
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"I love the intense flavour of hawker food and how it has influenced the Singapore restaurant scene to profile the flavours in their menus. My top three local dishes are bak chor mee, Hokkien mee and Chicken Rice."

Woo Wai Leong

Singaporean winner of Masterchef Asia

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"Singapore cuisine is unique because it melds different cultures. If you look at laksa, it really combines curry leaf, coconut, sambal and Chinese noodles very well."

Andre Chiang

Award-winning star chef serving nouvelle French cuisine at Restaurant Andre