Singapore is famous for its incredible and unique food culture, blending the best of Chinese, Indian, Malaysian and Indonesian traditions. Street food is still the most authentic meal you can get here, though due to the government’s efforts to keep the city clean, most now operate in covered markets known as Hawker Centres. The Old Airport Road Hawker Centre near the Geylang River and Makansutra Glutton’s Bay at Marina Bay are two of the best venues, packed with stalls selling a huge variety of Singaporean specialities. Try the decadent Chilli Crab or Char Kway Teow, a delicious noodle dish with pork, cockles and soy sauce. If you’re feeling adventurous, ask to sample the Frog Porridge! Foodies will also enjoy the Tekka Market, where Singaporeans of many different ethnicities sell spices and speciality foods from across Asia. For a truly decadent experience, book a table at Tetsuya Wakuda’s Waku Ghin or Joël Robuchon’s eponymous French dining Atelier.