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A cornucopia of cultures, influences and traditions, Singaporean cuisine - like its culture - is diverse, colorful and piquant. The main cuisines that find a place on the plate that is Singapore are Malay, Chinese, Indian and Continental.

Malay Cuisine
The Malay Cuisine is indicative of the rich history and culture of Singapore and should certainly be tried. Malay food is mainly popular for its rich and pungent taste and an Umami quotient taht is unmatched. Restaurants like Pu3, Nasi Padang, Warong Nasi Pariaman and Lawa Bintang are popular for offering some great fare.
Chinese Cuisine
Chinese food that is popular in Singapore belongs to Fujian and Guangdong regions in China. Dishes have evolved over time after being influenced by Singaporean ingredients. It is, however, enjoyed equally by both Chinese and non-Chinese communities. Singapore is also popular for its street food culture and delicacies that are available at its hawker centres.
Shopping

A trip to Singapore is incomplete without shopping and hence, it is a treat for the shopaholics. From exquisite designer wear to cheap bargains at a street market, there is everything and more to empty your pocket and fill your shopping bags.

Orchard Street
If Singapore is a shopper’s paradise, then Orchard Street is definitely its well-deserved capital. It is here that you can find famous malls such as ION Orchard and Paragon showcase the most exclusive designer brands. Moreover, there’s a whole list of fine bars and restaurants to be sampled.
Ngee Ann Street
Luxury shopping on your mind? Head no further than Ngee Ann Street on Orchard Road. Boasting of renowned brands, wholesome restaurants, it also has a separate art and creativity section. This seven-floor structure is home to the Takashimaya Square which comprises of bazaars and Civic Plaza hosting events accommodating up to 3,000 people.
Mustafa Shopping Centre
If you are the kind of person who loves street shopping, head to Mustafa shopping centre or the streets of Chinatown to pick up some cheap electricals or kitsch items, respectively. You could also take yourself to Arab street if its carpets, incense or souvenirs that you are looking to buy.
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