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Singaporeans are passionate about food and eating. Look around and the proof is everywhere! Almost in every corner of the island, you will find an endless variety of food, served hot or cold, at any hour of the day (or night)! In this cosmopolitan and multicultural city, you can expect nothing less than a melange of flavours from around the globe. It’s not just East-meets-West when it comes to feasting in Singapore – it is a tasty tale about a country’s unique cultural tapestry woven in with its distinct influences to capture the essence of Singapore’s multicultural heritage.

Are you ready? Let’s embark on a gastronomic journey of local fare that uniquely distinguishes Singapore as a food capital of Asia.

Uniquely Singapore Cuisine
Singapore’s cultural diversity is very much reflected in the variety of local food it has to offer – Chinese, Malay, Indian, Peranakan and much, much more.

Sky Dining
Enjoy breathtaking views as you dine! Whether you are feasting in the sky up on the 70th floor of Singapore’s tallest hotel or on board a cable car from Mount Faber to Sentosa Island, you will be amazed at the spectacular view of Singapore while savouring mouth-watering fare from award-winning restaurants.

Tropical Garden Dining
Make the most of our garden city – dine amidst a lush landscape of beautiful orchids or tropical greenery! Experience the cozy and intimate garden dining setting that is uniquely Singapore.

Waterfront Dining
Surrounded by water, Singapore probably has the best waterfront dining in Asia. Alfresco dining at Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, One Fullerton and Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, is a heady experience not to be missed.

Romantic Dining
If love is in the air and you’re looking for an intimate evening out for two, Singapore has much to offer. With the best of old world charm and new world elegance, our island has a myriad of romantic locales for that perfect meal together.

Culinary Classes

For those who love to travel and cook, pick up a culinary tip or two at some of the culinary academies in Singapore. Whether it is local, Asian, Middle Eastern or European cuisine, there's something for everyone, and we are sure this will spice up your travel adventure in Singapore.

Check out the many culinary programmes available.

Shermay’s Cooking School –

Shermay's Cooking School is where cookbook author, Shermay, teaches cooking in her own demonstration kitchen. Although the main focus of her school is to teach Nonya cuisine based on her grandmother's traditional recipes, other classes such as French cuisine, home-style Chinese and desserts are also taught. Classes are designed to make cooking easy and fun for novice as well as advanced chefs, so students of any culinary ability are welcome.

at-sunrice is a culinary centre dedicated to promoting pan-Asian cuisine, culinary skills and craftware. Offering cooking demonstration and tasting classes to actual hands-on cooking classes, at-sunrice showcases the richness of Asian cuisine through hands-on education, exposure and enjoyment. Situated at Fort Canning Park, the academy offers a leisurely and fun environment for experiential learning for tourists, business travellers, culinary and hospitality college students and locals alike.

Pick from a variety of short courses such as "quick cooking for dinner parties", "Asian cooking class" and "survival cooking for teenagers and children". at-sunrice is located at Fort Canning Centre, Fort Canning Park.

For more information on courses, contact the school directly at Tel: (65) 6336 3307 or visit their website at

Besides being poised to make its culinary stand as a fine dining bistro, the Coriander Leaf strives to establish itself as a centre for different food-related activities, namely a culinary school. Coriander Leaf emphasises home cooking. The half-day culinary courses in a studio setting highlight the best in South Asian, South-East Asian, Middle Eastern and fusion cooking.

Coriander Leaf Cooking Studio is located at 3A Merchant Court, #02-12 River Valley Road, Clarke Quay.

For more information on courses, contact the school directly at Tel: (65) 6732 3354 or visit their website at

Nestled amid the lush greenery of Wessex Estate off Portsdown Road, Palate Sensations aims to offer unique and all-encompassing holistic classes and workshops that are not just cuisine-based.

Palate Sensations hopes to offer students more than just culinary knowledge and skill through its classes and workshops. Palate Sensations’ extensive and different classes are in-depth, educational but fun, simple and fuss-free as well.

Classes run the gamut of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Anti-Aging Workshop which imparts the knowledge of cooking with Chinese herbs, The Art of Chinese Tea Making, to Yoga Health Foods, Spa Cuisine, wine appreciation workshops and cuisine-based classes with a twist, such as Indian Finger Foods and Lazy Sunday Brunch cooking.

Palate Sensations is located at 1 Westbourne Road, #03-05 (entrance via Whitchurch Road, off Portsdown Road and opposite Col Bar)

For more information on courses, contact the school directly at Tel: (65) 64799025 or visit their website at

More than a cooking school, the prestigious Raffles Culinary Academy also conducts lifestyle classes covering a range of topics such as wines and etiquette, how to plan a party, home dining, as well as lessons on oyster and foie gras appreciation. The classes are introductory and recreational in nature, each lasting two to four hours. There are classes almost every day (except Sundays and Mondays).

Raffles Culinary Academy is located at Raffles Hotel, 1 Beach Road.

For more information on courses, contact the school directly at Tel: (65) 6412 1256/7 or visit their website at

If you are looking for cooking classes in the comfort of a Singapore home, Cookery Magic is your choice. Cookery Magic offers a wide variety of classes in Malay, Indian, Mediterranean, Vegetarian and baking amongst many others.

For more information on courses offered by Cookery Magic, contact Ruqxana at Tel : (65) 63489667, Email: or visit

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