02 September, 2017 • By Dwayne • 734 views

This is a continuation post from Singapore Itinerary - Day 1.

Day 2, let's get started!

Quick tips for the day: Avoid eating breakfast at hotel, you will be on a food trip. In the afternoon, you will visit a sacred buddhist place, so try to adhere to this dresscode: no bare backs, off-shoulders, shorts, mini-skirts, etc; Appropriate attire is required to enter the place.

Amoy Street Food Centre

Best of the BEST can be found in this very hawker center, and the only way to really enjoy well is to reach here early. Once the lunch time crowd kicks in, it will be chaotic. Also, as most of the food would be sold out after lunch hour, so you must visit this place in the morning, at least before 11 am. Don't be afraid to eat a lot here, everything is worth it!

Notables Michelin Bib Gourmand:

  • #01-39 A Noodle Story
  • #01-42 Hong Kee Beef Noodles
  • #01-21 Famous Crispy Curry Puff
  • #01-18 Hoo Kee Rice Dumpling

Nearest MRT: EW15 Tanjong Pagar MRT

Amoy Street Food Centre - Huge logo, you can't miss it

Buddha Tooth Relic

Free admission. Hope you are properly dressed, as it is their house rule. The main purpose here is to view the solid gold two-metre stupa on the fourth floor which is the place where the sacred relic is kept. Up in the roof, there is a pagoda that has a large prayer wheel. Take the chance to relax and also a little rest from all the eatings.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Dessert @ Mei Heong Yuen Dessert

Very popular dessert place among the locals and tourists. You can expect some crowd, so just queue and wait if you have to. Must try: Snow ice of your choice (durian flavor if you haven't tried durian), Glutinous Rice Balls in Ginger Soup, 3 Colour Cakes, or even dimsum like Glutinous Rice with Chicken.

Mei Heong Yuen's Durian Snow Ice

Walk & Explore around Chinatown

You should be easily notice Temple Street, Pagoda Street and Mosque Street here. There are all parts of Chinatown. You can also cross to the direction of Chinatown MRT and walk the area there. Chinatown is famous for dried sundries. Recommended: Bee Cheng Hiang Dried Pork and Pork Floss!

Streets at Chinatown: crowded during Chinese New Year period

Dim Sum @ Swee Choon

This place is also packed with locals due to it relatively cheap price for dimsum. However, that does not mean the taste is inferior compared to others! Must eat: Siew Mai, Sichuan Noodles, Fried Meehon Kueh, Lor Mai Kay, Drunken Chicken, any another fried stuff!

Long queue at Swee Choon

Do check out the complete itinerary which includes detailed directional instructions, created using Atalanta World's detailed itinerary creator.

Eat till you sink 5 days SG trip!

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Day 3 post coming soon.


Singapore Itinerary - Day 1

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