One of the great things about living in Singapore is its local Hawker centers. Scattered throughout the island, these stalls are where you’ll find traditional food from every country in Asia. The recipes are passed from generation to generation and locals are often heard debating which stall serves their favorite version of their favorite dish.
My favorite part of visiting these eateries is the comradery. Whether you’re a visitor, expat, or local, and regardless of religion, culture, or race, everyone is welcome. Come with an empty belly and a friendly opinion and be prepared to discuss world politics, local gossip, or family matters. It’s a must do especially for those visiting this little red dot!
Have you visited Singapore? Have you eaten in the local hawker centers? Share your experiences with us.