Known for its Malay and Indian Muslim cuisine, Kampong Glam is one of the best neighborhoods in Singapore for a food adventure. With an experienced foodie guide, begin your journey of makan (meaning to eat or consume), which introduces you to a variety of dishes, from sweet snacks like kueh kueh to savory specialties such as curry samosas.
As you sample the foods, you’ll also learn about the ingredients and watch local cooks and purveyors at work, offering you a well-rounded culinary experience. Eat a rice dish known as nasi pandang alongside local residents, and see how one chef makes murtbak, a crispy-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside meat pancake.
During your walking tour, you’ll also take in other aspects of this historical neighborhood, an ethnic district that began as a fishing village and has been home to royalty.