DINING
 

Travellers to Singapore have countless options when it comes to eating. From the humble localfavourites served in hawker centres to refined plates at celebrity chef restaurants, the country’s culinary landscape has it all. The influences of the Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures have created a unique variety of flavourful dishes. There are also unusual dining experiences waiting to be discovered, be it having a meal in complete darkness, dining on a bus or in a wonderland-themed setting, or having a drink while taking in the breathtaking views of the stunning skyline after dark. Those who would like to have halal, vegan or vegetarian food are also spoilt for choice, thanks to eateries catering to diverse dietary preferences.

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