Singapore Vegan Festival – Food Tours

Singapore Vegan Festival: Walking Food Tours (28 Aug to 4 Sep)

Designed to take foodies through some of the most unique food experiences across the diverse and rich culture of Singapore, a part of SVF 2022 will be three fantastic vegan journeys of discovery of the traditional flavours, hidden gems, and heartfelt stories behind the local culinary delights of Singapore’s streets. Led by VegThisCity‘s expert guides, this series of walking food tours across Little India, Chinatown, and Katong’s markets and eateries are guaranteed to surprise and delight.

About VegThisCity: VegThisCity is an award-winning food tour agency that has been featured in Lonely Planet’s list of Top 10 vegan food tours of the world. They offer small-group insider tours to showcase Singapore’s alternative food scene. As the biggest experts in Singapore’s veg tour scene, VTC will be offering 3 exciting vegan food crawls as part of this year’s Singapore Vegan Festival.

Chinatown BreakFast Walk

Meeting Point: Entrance of Thian Hock Kheng temple, Telok Ayer Street
Date: Saturday, 28th August
Time: 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Enjoy an early morning exploration of the historic Chinatown district on this delectable breakfast tour. You’ll enjoy a Chinese tea experience, savour a variety of vegan street fare and gain an insight into Chinese culture, customs and cuisine.

Banana Leaf Experience

Meeting Point: Little India MRT Exit E, Street Level
Date: Saturday, 3 Sep
Time: 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Ever wondered the right way to eat on a banana leaf? And, what are the different dishes on your banana leaf plate? Come with us as we understand the different tastes in Indian cooking and identify intriguing vegetables, herbs and spices used in traditional cuisine. You’ll discover new tools, new places to shop for Indian ingredients and experience the art of eating on a banana leaf.

Peranakan Discovery

Meeting Point: Entrance of Katong Square
Date: Sunday, 4th September
Time: 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Step back in time for a fascinating insight into the Peranakan culture and heritage in Katong, one of Singapore’s oldest neighbourhoods. Step into stores steeped in history, savour a variety of Peranakan delicacies and learn how this culture heritage continues to reinvent and remain relevant in Singapore today.