A Slower Side of Singapore

Traditional breadmaking still exists in Singapore

Singapore is often touted as Southeast Asia’s success story due to its breakneck economic gains in the second part of the 20th century. However, there is also a gentler and earthier Singapore which remains in pockets throughout the city – if you know what to look for! Goway has recently introduced two new walking tours to help visitors gain an appreciation for traditional craftsmanship and food production which were thriving light industries in the 1960s but have become somewhat rare since then.

Explore Joo Chiat and delve into the history of Singapore’s beloved wet markets and hawker centres on Goway’s “Singapore Food Journey” (half-day tour on Thursdays and Saturdays), or meet a traditional breadmaker, paper house maker and coffee roaster on “Singapore Traditional Artisans” (Tuesdays and Fridays). Goway also offers a few other off-the-beaten track excursions in Singapore, such as “A Night Out in Chinatown” (daily), “Peranakan Trail with Food Tasting” (Tuesdays and Fridays), and “East Coast and Changi” (Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun).

Goway offers flexible and fully-customizable Singapore packages to meet your clients’ needs, whether they’re coming off a cruise, stopping over en-route to another Asian destination, or exploring multi-faceted and alluring Singapore in its own right.

Delicious treats on Goway’s “Singapore Food Journey” tour
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