The most famous place to enjoy a Singapore Sling is the Raffles Hotel. This South-East Asian cocktail was developed by a bartender at Raffles Hotel. Nowadays there are more versions to choose from. raffles.com
The Singapore kitchen is a mixture of Chinese, Malay and western cuisine. The demand for fresh, healthy and real food in Singapore is rising. Just like in other countries.
It’s always a good idea to explore Chinatown’s Food Street or Smith Street which, after the sun has set, is bustling with people enjoying their tossed noodles. As always, choose the places where the locals eat.