Sunday, 8 March 2015

Singapore: Where to go and what to eat in 48 hours

Why go now?
In the gods: Sri Mariamman Temple (Getty)

Get a taste for this multi-cultural city-state through its delectable food scene

Singapore's food scene is unlike any other. From hawkers handing family recipes down the generations, and restaurants from relatively unknown regions of Southeast Asia, to experimental addresses peddling molecular gastronomy or focusing purely on desserts, its diverse culture (a mix of Malay, Chinese, Indonesian, Indian, Peranakan, Western) is best savoured through its food.

And, with the city-state's 50th anniversary of independence, now's the time to stop over.

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