Shiok Chinatown Tour

Food & Drink
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Singabites Food Tours

Singabites Food Tours were set up to help guest and visitors to Singapore get the most out of our fantastic food scene. Walking into a hawker centre for the first time can be a daunting experience. Singapore has so much different food that at times it can be intimidating. Our aim is to guide you through what’s what and help you discover the flavours and tastes that make us one of the world’s best kitchens.

  • 3 Hours
  • Food Tour
  • Singapore

Shiok means delicious in Singapore. Our Chinatown tour takes place in the cool morning temperatures. We’ll spend 3 hours exploring the lesser known spots of Chinatown. Enjoy 10 shiok tastings from some of our favourite local vendors. You’ll learn about the secrets of Singapore’s favourite dishes. You’ll try Michelin recognized hawkers and learn how to navigate through our famous hawker centres and wet markets. This is a perfect tour for the first time visitor to Singapore. We take in the popular Chinatown but avoid the more touristy parts allowing you to discover them at your own pace later in the day.


10 different tastings mostly related to Singapore’s Chinese communities.


3 hours



Perfect for

First timers to Singapore, Explorers of Chinatown, Families


  • Join in tour Per Person Price (5 per group max): $120 sgd
  • Child Price (under 12): $60 sgd 
  • Under 5: FREE


  • 10 different tastings
  • 3 hours of fun and interesting exploration with your friendly Singabites guide
  • Visit a stunning temple
  • Unique hands on Learn about our different Chinese communities and the food they love
  • Small groups leading to a more personalized and exclusive experience

What you need to know

  • Tour starts at 9.30 every Tues, Thurs and Sat
  • Tour lasts 3 hours
  • We will be walking about on the route. Plenty of stops along the way
  • Due to the location of the tour this is not suitable for Halal or vegetarians
  • Wear comfortable clothes (we are visiting a temple so please have knees and shoulders covered)