"24 Hours to Eat in Singapore" graphic with 7 different types of delicious looking food from Singapore on a plate

By Jolyn Chua

Home to a melting pot of cultures, Singapore has a culinary landscape that is incredibly diverse. You can be wolfing down an Indian murtabak (savory stuffed pancake) one moment, crunching on a delightfully crispy Peranakan kueh pie tee (pastry stuffed with braised turnip and shrimp) the next, and then find yourself slurping up an icy cool Malay chendol (coconut milk with bright green pandan jelly) just across the street shortly thereafter. 

In an island city jammed packed with Michelin-starred restaurants and Bib Gourmand-winning hawker stalls, that was awarded UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage for street food, narrowing down a list of must-tries can be contentious. But here are local favorites that will keep your gastronomical spirit burning bright for the 24 hours. 


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If You Have 24 Hours in Singapore and All You Want to Do is Eat, Here’s Where You Go

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