Get a true taste of Southeast Asia during a delicious Singapore Food and Wine Tour! Singapore represents one of the most diverse cultural centers of the East, drawing upon global influences and assimilating them into the local art, cuisine, and social scene. Many of the tasty Singaporean dishes you might sample include elements from Malaysia, Indonesia, China, and even Europe. And, you can fully appreciate this melting pot of various cultures during the Food Tour of Chinese, Malay, India, and Peranakan Cultures! Or, you could take a ride on the Singapore GOURMETbus, which combines a Singapore city tour with fine dining and a trip to the Gardens by the Bay. You can even enjoy a meal above the rest of the city during a Singapore Cable Car Sky Dining Experience. As a major, international tourist hub, Singapore is constantly evolving and improving its food and wine tour experiences. Why not enjoy a Singapore Sling Cocktail Experience aboard the Singapore Flyer? Or, have breakfast with a bunch of orangutans while uncovering the Wonders of Singapore Zoo. It’s one of the wildest things to do in Singapore if you’re looking for a truly unforgettable dining experience.
When: Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday
Length: Lunch Tour: 1.5 hours
Dinner Tour: 2 hours
When: Cable Car Dinning with Veg and Non-Veg Meal: Daily
Cable Car Dinning with Festive Menu: 01 - 30 Dec; Daily
Length: 1.5 hours
OUR TIPS FOR SINGAPORE FOOD AND WINE TOURS
The best time for a Singapore Food and Wine Tour is between February and April. These months represent Singapore’s dry season; and, accordingly, you are far less likely to experience rain or other precipitation during these months than you might during other seasons. With that said, it should be pointed out that Singapore’s high temperatures and humidity can be felt all year long. The summer months of June, July, and August can prove a tad overwhelming to those who are sensitive to the heat. And, to compound the issue, the summer also brings lower air quality because it’s the season for agricultural fires in neighboring countries. The smoke often sweeps in from outside of Singapore and can sometimes cause visitors to stay indoors for a day or two. The winter months receive the most rainfall; so, if you come between late-November and February, then you should definitely consider bring an umbrella or raincoat. Then again, Singapore’s weather is quite erratic; so, you could easily find that winter’s cheaper airfare and discounted lodging prove to be even more of a bargain if you get lucky enough to experience some clear, sunny days.
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