The Ultimate Street Food Cycling Tour (Self-Guided)

Sample the best gastronomical delights that Singapore's busy streets have to offer. You won't go wrong stopping by the places in this list. If you want to pig out but not gain weight, a cycling tour is the perfect choice!

Kaya Toast

Stop 1: Tiong Bahru Market for traditional breakfast delights

Recommended dish: Kaya Toast. A classic Singaporean breakfast dish consisting of toasted bread with a spread of kaya (a sweet coconut jam) and a slab of butter. The bread is crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, while the kaya adds a unique sweetness that is hard to find elsewhere. This dish is a must-try for anyone visiting Singapore.

Chicken Rice

Stop 2: Maxwell Food Centre for a traditional hawker center experience

Recommended dish: Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice. This dish is made of poached chicken served with fragrant rice cooked in chicken broth, along with a variety of dipping sauces. The chicken is tender and juicy, while the rice is flavorful and perfectly cooked. This is one of Singapore's most famous street food dishes and a must-try.


Stop 3: Lau Pa Sat Festival Market

Recommended dish: Satay. Satay is a popular Southeast Asian dish of skewered and grilled meat, typically beef, chicken, or mutton. The meat is marinated in a variety of spices before being grilled to perfection, and served with a peanut sauce. It's a delicious and satisfying dish that is perfect for a quick snack.

Wanton Noodles and Char Kway Teow

Stop 4: Old Airport Road Food Centre

Recommended dish: Wanton Noodles or Char Kway Teow (Fried flat rice noodles). The wanton noodles and Char Kway Teow vendors at Old Airport Road are said to be particularly good, as the hawker center is known for its hawkers who have been in the business for many years and have built a reputation for their craft.


Stop 5: East Coast Lagoon Food Village for fresh seafood

Recommended dish: Laksa. Laksa is a type of spicy noodle soup that is made with a variety of ingredients such as coconut milk, curry powder, lemongrass, and chili paste. The dish is a perfect blend of sweet, savory, and spicy flavors, and it is considered as one of Singapore's national dish.

Peanut Ice Kaccang

Stop 6:  Aljunied Market #01-21 Peanut Ice Kachang Stall

Recommended dish: Ice Kachang. This dessert is a combination of shaved ice, sweet corn, red beans, attap chee (palm seed) and a scoop of ice-cream, all drizzled with a sweet syrup. It's a refreshing and satisfying dessert that is perfect for a hot day in Singapore.

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