Singaporean Meat Dishes

Duck, Melon and Mango Salad Chili Crabs or Lobster Sayor Loday Smoked Spicy Chicken Singapore Noodles Chicken/Cucumber Broth (Huang Quar Gai Tong) Steamboat Sizzler Char Kway Teow Pepper Crab Crisp Curried Shrimp Stewed Pork in Claypot Mee Siam Opor Sotong Bak KutTeh Singapore Curry Puffs Chicken with Dried Chillies “Bak Kwa” (Bee Cheng Hiang) Roast […]

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Singaporean Desserts

Kaya – Coconut Egg Jam Kueh Dadar Pisang Goreng Sweet Coconut Rice Balls Sentiling (Steamed Cassava Cuts) Kuih Pisang (Banana Cakes) Kueh Ko Sui Huat Kueh (Fatt Koh) Toddy Huat Kueh Coconut Cendol Kueh Bubur Cha-Cha Bobochacha Sago Pudding Durian Green Bean Kueh Dadar Kueh Lapis Kueh Baulu Chwee Kueh/Kway Soon Kueh Kueh Ambon Onde […]

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Singaporean Sauces

Sambal Baja Sambal Terasi Sambal Kacang Sambal Oelek Sambal Terong Garam Masala Rudy’s Sambal Sauce for Duck/Mango Salad Red Coconut Sambal Sambal Bawang Sambal Soto Sambal Kecap Sambal Kecap Manis Sambal Dabo Lilang Sambal limau Peanut Sesame Sauce Chili Crab Sauce Spicy Chicken Sauce Bajak Chili Sauce(Sambal Bajak) Ingredients 8 red chilies, seeded and sliced […]

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Singaporean Vegetarian Dishes

Noodles With Tofu Crispy Fried Tempe (Keripik Tempe) Oseng-Oseng Wortel (Stir Fried Carrots) Atjar Tjampoer Steamed Mushroom Wraps (Pepes Jamur Kuping) Sweet Eggplant Stew (Semur Terong) Nasi Lemak Sayor Loday Orange-Carrot Soup Five-Spice Stir Fry) Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice) Terong Balado Asinan (Sweet And Sour Cucumber Salad) Fresh Salad With Peanut Sauce (Keredok) White Curry […]

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Singapore Food FAQ

Can you recommend some good vegetarian restaurants in Singapore? As you know, Singapore is a food paradise and we some terrific Indian and Chinese vegetarian restaurants! Here are some that you should definitely check out: Chinese vegetarian restaurants • Lingzhi (#01-01 Far East Square 7-13 Amoy Street / Tel: (65) 6538 2992) • Grand Court […]

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Singapore Country Information

1. GENERAL INFORMATION 2. CLIMATE & WEATHER CONDITIONS 3. PEOPLE AND CULTURE 4. LOCAL CUSTOMS 5. CURRENCY 6. THINGS TO KNOW 7. VISAS & PASSPORT 8. CUSTOMS REGULATIONS 9. TRAVEL TO THE COUNTRY 10. TRAVEL WITHIN THE COUNTRY 11. CAMPING 12. DINING AND DRINKING 13. ENTERTAINMENT 14. PHONE NUMBERS 15. VISITORS INFORMATION 16. USEFUL PHRASES […]

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Singaporean Culture

Despite rapid industrialisation, the majority of Singaporeans celebrate the major festivals associated with their respective religions. The variety of religions found in Singapore is a direct reflection of the diversity of races living there. The Chinese are predominantly followers of Buddhism and Shenism (deity worship), though some are Christians. Malays are overwhelmingly Muslims and most […]

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Singapore Human Rights Report 2007

Singapore Country Reports on Human Rights Practices  – 2005 Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor March 8, 2006 Singapore is a parliamentary republic in which politics is dominated overwhelmingly by the People’s Action Party (PAP), which has been in power since 1959. The population was approximately 4.2 million, with foreign workers accounting for […]

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Singapore Ghost Stories

Passenger from Hell An extract from Russell Lee’s True Singapore Ghost Stories 10 They say taxi drivers see more things than anyone else. More weird things, more crazy things. Well, that’s true. If you really want to know the truth about a city, ask a cabbie. After 20 years behind the wheel of a cab, […]

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Singapore Ghost Stories

Someone’s watching you A true experience Many people claim to know of someone with the third eye and I claim I carry the dormant gene that enables the third eye in me. My maternal grandmother has what many calls ‘dogs’ eyes’, which means that she is able to see people of the third kind. Here […]

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