How to Dine at Singapore’s Hawker Centers

By John Reality, Cambodia, April 2012

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Singapore’s hawker centers (collections of independently owned and operated food stalls) are justifiably famous. It is practically a cliché for visitors to tout these cheap, abundant, vibrant, and eclectic assemblages of eateries as some of the very best phenomena that the region has to offer. Whether it’s a cliché or not, it’s certainly true. While Singapore is one of the most expensive travel destinations in Southeast Asia, the high cost of goods and services can be offset considerably by treating yourself to a steady diet of Chinese-influenced and other pan-Asian dishes.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Singapore Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Singapore.

Photo courtesy of British Council Singapore via Flickr.

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