The diversity of food is touted as a reason to visit the Singapore, and the variety of food representing different ethnicity is seen by the government as a symbol of its multiculturalism.
In popular culture, food items belong to a particular ethnicity, with Chinese, Malay, and Indian food clearly defined. However, The diversity of cuisine has been increased further by the “hybridisation” of different styles (e.g., The Peranakan cuisine, a mix of Chinese and Malay cuisine)
The Juice Shops spread around Singapore serve the widest variety of beverages to quench your thirst in the sometimes hottest of the climates
The streets of Singapore are often filled with the most unique mix of people!
The beautiful island of Pulau Ubin to give you the quiet life away from the hustle bustle of the city
The small and big bakery shops and the tea experience spread around Singapore allows you to have affordable and amazing variety for breakfast, lunch or dinner
The hawker Center has a life of its own. Mornings with office going people, evenings with group activities, and weekend with families – they are an important part of Singapore life serving not only variety of multi-national food but a part of its people’s lives