Singabites co-founds The Independent Food Tour Association

By |August 9th, 2017|

Singabites is a proud co-founder of The Independent Food Tour Association (TIFTA). Tifta is an association of the world’s best food tours. We decided to join together to help each other generate business, learn from each other and to keep standards high in the industry. As a result food travellers around the world can use […]

What do our Muslim guides eat during Ramadan?

By |June 15th, 2017|

Ramamdan is currently being celebrated around the world and here at Singabites some of our local guides are currently taking part in daylight fasting. This can be quite a challenge when your job involves a lot of walking and being out in the heat all day so we asked our Muslim colleagues how they cope […]

Singabites as featured in

By |January 10th, 2017|

A few weeks ago we hosted the team from on our Geylang Serai tour. Geylang Serai is the home of Singapore’s Malay community and is a perfect tour for anyone with a Halal diet. Here’s what the guys thought as well as some great photos.

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We are featured in Around DB magazine. January 2017

By |January 6th, 2017|

Good Dosa, Good Deeds.

By |January 2nd, 2017|

At Singabites we don’t just introduce our guests to Singapore’s incredible food scene. We believe that the people behind the food are just as important. One of the personalities we meet along our Little India tour is Bala Shetty.

Bala has had an interesting life. 6 years ago he was flying around the world’s major financial […]

The Global Couple

By |October 27th, 2016|

Recently we had travel bloggers Shaun and Petra aka The global couple come and do our Katong evening tour.

Have a look at what they thought here. Their photos are really good.

Singabites food tours: Tasting the best of Singapore

Our friends in Tokyo. Oishii!!!!!!!!!!!

By |October 11th, 2016|

During our travels around the world we, like all Singerbiters, like to go on food tours. They are, after all, the best way to get to know any destination. Whether its tearing down back streets on a moped in Saigon or visiting secret Parilla restaurants in outer Buenos Aires you always get a better feel […]

A Noodle Story (literally).

By |July 7th, 2016|

This is not a tale of how noodles came about or which type of noodles go best with which occasion or meal. A Noodle Story is the name of a small hawker stall tucked away in Amoy street food centre. A small hawker stall with a big attitude.

It’s run by two young Singaporean food heroes, […]

Choosing the Family Business over the Career

By |June 25th, 2016|

Our Singabites tours are not just about the food, but also about the characters that make the food and shape Singapore’s food culture. Today I met Michael Ker who chose family over career.

In an old shop house on Joo Chiat road, Michael Ker rhythmically splats a circle of popiah skin paste on 4 hot plates, […]

Kim Choo Kueh Chang. The home of Singapore’s Peranakan culture.

By |April 29th, 2016|

Mention rice dumplings to most Singaporeans and they will instinctively come up with the name Kim Choo Kueh Chang. Since 1945 this Joo Chiat favourite has been producing some of the island’s most loved sticky rice dumplings. The shop (which is one of our stops on the Singabites Katong tours) is now more akin to a […]