Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Singapore's Chinatown Food Tour submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
Was an excellent tour, very interesting and informative, got to try lots of tasty morsels, guide was great and was very good value for money.Reviewed by: Linda M, October 2012
very informative, art, herbal medicines, sweets were all greatReviewed by: Tony S, Australia, August 2012
This was one of the best tours I have been on. We had a single guide for my wife and I. He was very informative and used his experience to cater to our needs. The wet market is fascinating and we enjoyed talking to Anthony Leow the "Spicemaker". Highly recommendedReviewed by: greg.j.mchugh, Australia, June 2012
If you get a chance to do this tour, take it. My son and I were the only people on this tour so we got a very personal tour. We discovered the food and history of China Town, This was so interesting and very well presented by our tour guide. We had a taste of different breakfast foods eaten by the local Chinese community. These were so tasty. Our guide introduced us to a few of his friends along the tour, so we really had a very personal touch to our tour. As there was only the 2 of us on this tour, we were able to spend a little longer talking to the locals with our tour guide. Our guide showed us so much history from Chinatown it was fantastic.This was a short tour of an hour and a half or so but we learnt so much.Reviewed by: Suzanne62, May 2012
The tour was very informative, we learned a lot about the history of the Chinese immigrants and the guide was excellent. Really enjoyed the food tastings and walking through the wet market and the streets of Chinatown. The tour started 15 minute late, but I would still recommend this tour to anyone.Reviewed by: Steven D, April 2013
The tour was interesting and informative.Reviewed by: Jenny Ching Yee L, June 2012
Our guide was friendly, very informative, a fantastic source of knowledge on chinese medicine. We enjoyed the walk very much.Reviewed by: Margaret S, April 2012