This evening food tour of Geylang introduces you to the culinary culture and history of a unique Singapore area home to bustling back alleys, shophouses, temples, bars, mosques, interesting after-hours activities and more. Stroll along winding lanes with a guide, who tells you about the multicultural makeup of the neighborhood, a melting pot of religions and ethnicities that remains largely untouched by redevelopment, unlike much of the island.
Eat your way around the illuminated district, from Indian and Malay cuisine to Chinese and Peranakan dishes. You might try turtle soup, black herbal tea, dim sum or durian, a fruit known for its strong odor and frightening husk. Your foodie guide tells you about the food customs and traditions in Singapore as you go.