Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Monster Day Tours - Foodie Express @ Chinatown


Monster Day Tour change perspective of travel. Instead of going overseas to explore, they provide unique tour experience to travellers such as free walking tour to Chinatown and Little India, Singapore After Dark, Night Cycling and etc. I'm honored to join one of the Foodie Express tour at Chinatown on a Sunday Afternoon. Based on the word ' Foodie Express' , I believe you should know that there are many foods to enjoy during this tour.  Do scroll down to see what I had experienced during the tour. 


Before the tour begins, we met at Exit A Chinatown and our first food stop is 'Bee Cheng Hiang'. Yummy Bakkwa ~ 


We then proceeded our tour and the tour guide explained to us the history of Chinatown. 



Interestingly in the shop houses can occupy up to 40 people. With a small tiny room can actually live a typical life for a family of 8. And do you know ? The cubicle also came with a peep-hold in the floor which basically help the family to keep a lookout for any knocks on the door downstairs late at night which they don't require to climb up and down the stairs. 

TIME FOR SOME FOOD @CHINATOWN COMPLEX 

Chinatown Complex Food Center (A.K.A Kreta Ayer Market) located along the road sides of Smith Street is one of the largest hawker center in Singapore with over 260 food stalls offers wide varieties of local dishes such as Popiah , Laksa, Char Kway Teow and more. Just like what I had mentioned earlier, you will definitely get to enjoy different local delights. So just empty your stomach and enjoy the food while the Monster Day Tour in-charge serve the food on the table. 
Yummylicious ~



Bird's Eye View of Chinatown ~~


Oldest Hindu Temple in Singapore, the Sri Mariamman Temple. 




Since you are in Chinatown. How can they forgotten the Michelin-Starred Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice? Best of all, I don't need to queue for long hours just to eat their Chicken Rice. Perhaps because they ordered too early and packed before that, I just feel that the rice is a little bit dry. Overall, nice experience eating their tender chicken.


After the food coma, we then proceeded to a Temple (Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum) located in the Chinatown district that was built in 2007.

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