Start your day with breakfast at the recently renovated Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre. The hawker centre, situated on the second floor, is filled with stalls selling popular local dishes, like chwee kueh, chicken rice and fried kway teow, at affordable prices. For a classic Singapore-style breakfast, order the chwee kueh – oily rice cakes accompanied with fried chye poh (Chinese dried radish).
Three days might seem short and rushed to fully explore and experience an entire city. If you’re afraid you’ll miss out on certain spots in your bucket list, worry not. With our thoughtfully planned itinerary, you can be sure that you’ll be making the most out of your trip by seeing all the sights you have to see on this sunny island we call home.