7 nights from $3,299 pp twin share.
Discover the delights of Singapore cuisine and explore the melting pot that is the food capital of the world.

Join Pauline Lynch from Wandering Wok Tours on this original and indulgent food tour of Singapore. Enjoy a fully escorted and personalised tour of some of Singapore’s cultural highlights.  Relax and let your tour guide show you a different side of Singapore while you taste your way through the “Melting Pot of Asia”.

Savour the best of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Peranakan cuisines, while exploring different cultural precincts, history, architecture and food along the way.

Taste Singapore's top 10 dishes including rojak, Nasi lemak, fried kway teow, satay, laksa, and chilli crab.

Of course, this tour is unable to operate at the moment, but why not start thinking about jumping on board once the borders to Singapore are open

Pauline Lynch first visited Singapore as an enthusiastic 16-year-old and has returned many times since. She established Wandering Wok Tours in 2001 and specialises in Northbridge (WA) and Singapore tours.

Tour Highlights
Sample Tour Itinerary
  • Fully escorted small group tour (maximum of 12)

  • 7 nights accommodation in a 4-star hotel

  • Daily breakfast, plus a welcome dinner

  • A guided walking tour around the Historical Centre and Singapore River

  • A boat cruise on the Singapore River

  • A personalised cooking class in a Singaporean home

  • Tours to the wet markets and ethnic quarters including Little India, Chinatown & Geylang

  • Walk the Peranakan Food and Shopping Trail

  • See where the "Crazy Rich Asians" TV show was filmed

  • A Chinese tea appreciation course

  • All this AND there will be time to do some shopping!

  • Day 1: Meet and greet. Hop on board our special charter bus for a tour to the unique Dragon Kiln, The China Collection and Dempsey Village. Back to the hotel to change for our Welcome Dinner, followed by a relaxing bumboat ride on the Singapore River. D.

  • Day 2: Today we visit the  vibrant Chinatown markets and discover where the locals go to shop and eat. Visit the Chinatown Heritage Centre (optional), the Sri Mariammam Hindu Temple, and indulge in some shopping.  Go back in history with a visit to Haw Par Villa (Tiger Balm Gardens) and explore the nearby Vivo City Shopping Centre (optional). Explore Chinatown at night and indulge in the famous Singapore Chilli Crab. B. D.

  • Day 3: Today we explore the Little India Heritage  District and stroll through the vibrant  Tekka Markets and the colourful streets. Sample delicious fare along the way.

    In the afternoon, we explore the exotic Kampong Glam district discovering the Arabic, Malay and Muslim culture. Evening at your leisure to further explore and do some shopping. B. L.

  • Day 4: We start the day with a Tea Appreciation Workshop at the fabulous Yixian Xian Teahouse. Sample some delicious local fruit and curry puffs at a nearby food centre.

    This evening we visit the beautiful Gardens By The Bay and for those who wish, we can make a visit to the top of the Marina Bay Sands for outstanding views of Singapore. On the way, we will stop for a traditional hawker dinner. B.L.D.

  • Day 5: After breakfast, we catch the MRT to Changi Jetty for a fun bumboat ride to Pulau Ubin, where we explore the wetlands. At Changi Village we have a delicious lunch. Those who wish may visit Changi Prison.

    Tonight we visit a famous local Singaporean chef to learn how to cook some very special dishes in her home cooking school. B.L.D.

  • Day 6: We start today with a visit to the Geylang Serai wet markets and stroll down the main thoroughfare of the Peranakan district. Taste local delicacies along the way and enjoy a bowl of Singapore's famous laksa.

    This afternoon we visit a Singaporean Historic House which showcases the unique architecture and culture of a local Paranakan family.

    Tonight we venture to one or two hawker centres to sample some of Singapore's most famous dishes. B.L.D.

  • Day 7: This morning we take a stroll around the Civic District and visit some of Singapore's iconic hotels such as the Raffles and The Fullarton.  The rest of the day is free for you to explore, shop and wander. We meet tonight for our Farewell Dinner. B.D.

  • Day 8: Today it is time to say farewell. Enjoy a lovely breakfast and arrange for your trip to the airport. B.

  • Contact Pauline for more information and a detailed itinerary.