Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Delicacies to Try in Singapore's Chinatown

Singapore, the “Lion City”. One of the four Asian Tiger and the world fourth leading financial center. The population of Singapore is highly more on Chinese people. The largest ethnic community in the district is located at Singapore's Chinatown.

Chinatown, offers fascinating tour for locals and tourists, it includes delightful and night shopping. The Chinatown food street is aired with festive ambiance, it gives visitors a fresh charter of life accompanied by modern colors. If you're a foodie, you better treat yourself some scrumptous delicasies in Singapore's Chinatown.

Smith Street. The place in chinatown where you'll experienced the al fresco dining. Tourists just have to walk, choose, and pull a chair along the road side. Here are some of the mouthwatering local delicacies.

Ah Balling – sticky rice ball with red bean or sesame, usually served with sweet peanut soup or ginger.

Char Kway Teow – Singaporean Noodles fried in cockles.

Poh Piah – It is also known as the mouthwatering spring rolls.

BBQ seafood and various meat satays.

Singapore's Chinatown have a perfect backdrop for memorabilia. Photographs taken here captures the natural comfort offered by the place, and a good photo reference for your dissertation about Asian delicasies. If you long to experienced nightlife, visit the nearby clubs at Clarke Quay and Tanjong Pagar.

"As a child my family's menu consisted of two choices: take it or leave it." ~Buddy Hackett

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