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1. Gourmet Park


Indulge in an exquisite fusion of flavors, from elevated street food to local favourites. Be sure to have a taste of Michelin-starred inspired dishes on wheels at the all-new food truck paradise, Gourmet Park. Find out more here: #RWSmoments #GourmetParkRWS #FoodieSG

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This is the latest food attraction at Sentosa, boasting a gourmet selection of Michelin-starred brands and stars of the local food scene—all housed in food trucks and urban containers for your eating pleasure. There are also tables and seats available within the park itself for you to sit down and dine.

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Look forward to a wide array of elevated street food and local favourites including the likes of fresh lobster rolls from Luke’s Lobster, oozy burnt cheesecake from QUEIC & Olivia Market, stuffed bombolinis from Spank My Dough, ice cream from Coolhaus, Dickson Nasi Lemak, mexican fare from Lavi Taco and many more. 


Gourmet Park

Address: The Bull Ring, Level , 8 Sentosa Gateway, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore 098269

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday, 11am-8pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11am-9pm



2. The Palawan Food Trucks

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Part of the F&B experience at the newly-opened lifestyle destination at Sentosa: The Palawan, these food trucks promise an international culinary adventure, complete with scenic beach views and vibes to boot. There are limited seating and tables under the canopy around the area, or you can simply bring your own mat and grab a spot on the beach.

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There are 10 different food trucks to choose from, each serving up authentic flavours from all over the world. Food options include Korean street snacks from Seoul Food, tacos from Tacos de Playa, burgers from Tropo Burgers, bubble tea from Sweet Mother of Pearl!, ice cream from Super Chilled, beers and cocktails from Beach Brews and more.The area is also pet-friendly, as long as you keep your furry friends leashed at all times. 


The Palawan Food Trucks

Address: 54 Palawan Beach Walk, Singapore 098233

Opening Hours: TBA



3. TaiWan Night Markets


📍 taiwan night market @ cineleisure super crowded on a monday evening (~6.30pm), need to queue 30mins to 1 hour for popular stalls like scallion pancake stores w shorter waiting time: 1. taro ice-cream wrapped with popiah ($5) 5/5 ⭐️ 2. sweet potato balls (+1 chosen powder) ($6) 4/5 ⭐️ 3. steamed bun w pork belly & sour veg 4.5/5 ⭐️ #sgfoodie #singapore #taiwannightmarket #whattodoinsingapore

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No need to fly all the way to Taiwan for an authentic taste of their night markets, you can experience the true Taiwanese flavours right here in Singapore at the super hyped TaiWan Night Markets in Cineleisure! Plus, you won’t even have to deal with the heat of an outdoor market, as the night market is fully air-conditioned indoors, with some 300 seats available for diners.

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Prices are also kept pretty affordable, keeping to the “street” vibe of the place, with items ranging between $5 to $10 on average. You can look forward to popular Taiwanese street fare like scallion pancakes, oyster omelette, peanut ice cream rolls, QQ sweet potato balls, wheel cakes, sausages, mee sua, hot plate steaks, crepes and much more. 


TaiWan Night Markets

Address: Grange Rd, Cineleisure, #B1-01, Singapore 239695

Opening Hours: 11.30am-10pm daily



4. EatAlley


Don’t miss out on this exciting culinary experience at EatAlley. It’s a foodie’s paradise showcasing Malaysian delights located @orchardgatewaysg #eatalley #eatalleysg #foodfestontiktok #wheretoeat #orchardgateway #orchardroad #hawkerfood #hawkerunder10 #sgfoodie #malaysianfood #comfortfood #tiktoksg

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Here’s another (pretty) affordable dining option in town: located at Somerset, EatAlley is a new food hall housing some of the most popular and famous eats from Kuala Lumpur. No need to fight to cross the border with all these amazing Malaysian eats all in one place! The 150-seater food court also has a clean and modern ambience for a comfy dining experience.

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Most stalls at EatAlley offer pocket-friendly dishes at under $10. Famous stalls to expect include Siong Huat Bak Kut Teh, Soong Kee Beef Noodle, Hong Lai Hokkien Mee, Kam Heong Braised Duck, Uncle Beh Pork Noodle, Kampung Nasi Lemak and Koon Kee Wanton Mee. 



Address: 227 Orchard Rd, #B2-12, OrchardGateway, Singapore 238858

Opening Hours: 10.30am-9.30pm daily


5. World Food Fair 2023

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The 18th edition of the illustrious World Food Fair returns to Expo this September to October 2023! A highly popular and anticipated annual affair, the 4-day World Food fair gathers international and local F&B vendors, with more than 200 exhibitors showcasing a whopping over 1000 products.

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As of now, the list of brands and vendors have yet to be announced, but you can expect to see vendors from countries like South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Australia and more; all offering a variety of goods from groceries, organic products, ready-to-eat food items, innovative snacks and much more. Admission to the fair is free.


World Food Fair 2023

Dates: 28th September 2023 till 1st October 2023

Address: Singapore Expo Hall 6, 1 Expo Dr, Singapore 486150

Opening Hours: 11am-9pm daily



6. Sensory Playland


Here’s a wholesome little festival to check out with your family 🍦 Sensory Playland is happening at The Seletar Mall from 21 July to 6 August ✨ Get a pass to participate by spending min $40 in a single day receipt. S3 Rewards Members redeem 2 passes with min $40 single day receipt 🍬 #sgfoodie #singapore #wheretoeat

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This interactive food festival pop-up at The Seletar Mall has family-friendly fun and games, and you’ll even get to play with food! With a minimum spend of $40 in a single receipt, you’ll gain a free pass to access all the activities and food at the multi-sensory playland.

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Food highlights at the playland include DIY 3D candy making, DIY ice cream and dragon’s breath treats. You’ll also be able to play games like Tomato Crushing, VR Fruit Ninja and more! For more information on the promotions available at the playland, see here


Sensory Playland

Dates: Now till 6th August 2023

Address: 33 Sengkang West Ave, Singapore 797653

Opening Hours: 10am-10pm daily



8. Singapore Night Festival 2023

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The popular light-up night festival returns to the Bras Basah.Bugis (BBB) precinct this August 2023 with the theme, “Singapore, the Great Port City”! Look forward to a series of experiential programmes, night lights, performances, projection mapping and more—all centred around the evolution and growth of our little island city.

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Aside from all the sights and sounds, there will also be plenty to munch on, with 3 different Festival Village areas spread out around the BBB area: Armenian Street, CHIJMES and SMU Campus Green. Specific vendors that will be present at the village have yet to be announced, but you can expect a slew of sharing bites, desserts, booze and more.


Singapore Night Festival 2023

Dates: 18th to 26th August 2023

Address: Various

Opening Hours: Various



8. Margaret Market


[New] Margaret Market Originally called “Commonwealth Avenue Wet Market” or “Queenstown Market”, this place existed as a market from 1956-2005, was gazetted for conservation in 2014, and opened just a few days ago in Jul 2023. Its new name, “Margaret Market”, is a nod to its heritage, although a market no longer exists, transformed into an air-conditioned mall housing mostly F&Bs. The interior architecture has been preserved so it may evoke a sense of nolstalgia in visitors who were familiar with the old market.

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The oldest and most iconic market in Queenstown gets a modern facelift with Margaret Market: a curated food street and lifestyle destination featuring various local brands, as well as fitness and health services.

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The market spotlights some of Singapore’s very own homegrown bakers and cooks, offering unique food items like Australian-inspired jaffles, DIY acai bowls, artisanal cakes, local tacos, seasonal fruits and vegetables, specialty ice cream and more. You’ll find names like EMart24, The Homme Baker, Urban Folks, Margie, Creamier and Cu.Ra.Te, just to name a couple.


Margaret Market

Address: 38 Margaret Dr, Singapore 141038

Opening Hours: 7am-12am daily