My Singapore "National Canteen"
Recently, Xiaoxin received a good news
"National Dining Hall" in Singaporeans
The Hawker Center successfully applied for the legacy
Officially listed as UNESCO
List of World Intangible Cultural Heritage
In other words
Now in Singapore
Three meals a day can be solved in "intangible cultural heritage"
Want to really understand Singapore
Must walk to the hawker center
Various hawker centers in Singapore
A collection of diverse cuisines
In almost every Singaporean’s heart
Have their favorite food in the hawker center
Have their own private house lists that are not easily disclosed
Hawker Centre in Singapore
Has an important position that cannot be replaced
Called "Singapore National Canteen"
Even the prime minister often goes to the hawker center to line up to buy food
Photocredit: Singapore illustrator Ago @kowfong
👉 Swipe left and back to visit the hawker center
In addition to being a grounded food gathering place
It’s also a place to experience human feelings
Say hello to the stall owner you know
Talk about life and daily life
Pinpin's familiar taste as always
This is a unique pastime for locals
At the hawker center
Many stalls have been passed down for generations
The stall owners inherit the craftsmanship with ingenuity
Adds to the food in hand
How many years and the taste of human affection
The Prime Minister also happily stated on Facebook
"This is thanks to our hawkers for generations
Without their contribution
There is no affirmation today"
Singapore has more than 110 hawker centres
Each has its own food and story
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Several super popular hawker centers in Singapore
Lau Pa Sat
Located in the financial district, Lau Pa Sat has a history of nearly two hundred years and is Singapore's oldest hawker center. Built in the 19th century, Lau Pa Sat has a stunning octagonal appearance and decorative pillars. It was also listed as a national monument in 1973.
Nowadays, various local food stalls gather here. Satay grilled meat, prawn skewers, etc. are particularly famous, not only the taste is authentic, but the price is also quite affordable. Come here, order an authentic delicacy, and revel in the charm of the elegant old age. It is a must-choice itinerary for many "playful" tourists.
🚇Near MRT stations: Raffles Place, Tanjong Pagar, Telok Ayer, City Center
📍Address: 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582
Maxwell Food Centre
Maxwell Food Centre is a food centre popular among tourists in Singapore. It has more than 100 food stalls, and many stores have only operated one dish for decades. If you want to find the authentic delicacies recognized by the locals, you can't go wrong here.
It is listed as a must-eat "Hainan chicken rice every day" by tourists, "My wife Douhua" that can't help but packs a bowl after eating, and "Jinhua Fish Head Rice Noodle" that warms the stomach and heart... Here, always You can find delicious food to satisfy your taste buds.
🚇Close to MRT stations: Chinatown, Telok Ayer, Tanjong Pagar
📍Address: 1 Kadayanallur Street,
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