Singapore Food Trail Opening at Singapore Flyer

On 25 Feb, I was invited to the official launch of the Singapore Food Trail at the iconic Singapore Flyer together with a group of omy bloggers, Mint, Yong Wei, Pete and Cherie.

Everyone had a great time catching up, enjoying the array of delicious hawker fare and traditional Chinese opera for entertainment.

Here are some of the photos I captured at the event:

The stalls are modelled to look like the 60s, 70s Singapore
The stalls are modelled to look like the 60s, 70s Singapore
Blast from the past?
Blast from the past?
Deliberate double yellow lines to give the "authentic" feel of eating by the roadside
Deliberate double yellow lines to give the "authentic" feel of eating by the roadside
The media tables
The media tables
Ongoing opera performance
Ongoing opera performance
Kacang Puteh man
Kacang Puteh man
Bak Kut Teh stall
Bak Kut Teh stall
Dim Sum stall
Dim Sum stall
Me with my colleague Carol
Me with my colleague Carol
BBQ stingray - always a crowd favourite!
BBQ stingray - always a crowd favourite!
Satay, satay bee hoon, popiah, lots of food keeps piling on the table
Satay, satay bee hoon, popiah, lots of food keeps piling on the table
Shrimp dumplings
Shrimp dumplings
Giant tangy fishballs
Giant tangy fishballs
Candies for the guests to take home
Candies for the guests to take home
Pete, Mint, Yong Wei and Cherie enjoying the food
Pete, Mint, Yong Wei and Cherie enjoying the food
From this picture, you can tell who's busy eating and who's busy taking photos
From this picture, you can tell who's busy eating and who's busy taking photos
Pete getting interviewed by my colleague Hock Chuan with Yong Wei playing a fool in the background
Pete getting interviewed by my colleague Hock Chuan with Yong Wei playing a fool in the background
The full opera cast
The full opera cast
Carol asked me to take a picture of her while the cast were giving their thank you bow
Carol asked me to take a picture of her while the cast were giving their thank you bow
Tikam wall to win prizes
Tikam wall to win prizes

You can also check out omy.sg’s event vodcast and news article to find out more about the official launch as well as watch the bloggers’ interviews. :)

More about Singapore Food Trail:

Singapore Food Trail, an exciting concept dining attraction which brings back the nostalgic feel and charm of Singapore in the 1960s, officially opened at Singapore Flyer on 25 February 2011.

The more than 800-seat food place will have themed interior design and setting from the past, as well as some makeshift stalls along the roadside to enhance your dining experience. Canopies lining the area will provide comfort and shield for outdoor diners, who can reminisce the good old days while tucking into famous local fares and familiar food of the past, such as the ice balls, kachang puteh and many more. Some vendors include Hill Street Tai Wah Pork Noodles, Boon Tat Street Barbeque Seafood, Rong Chen Bak Kut Teh, and Alhambra Padang Satay.

So take a step back to Singapore in the olden days, and join us in enjoying this special dining experience!

Free Shuttle Service to Singapore Food Trail

Hop onto our shuttle bus from 5 pickup locations and enjoy your lunch at Singapore Food Trail.

Pick-up points: Raffles Link -> Millenia Tower -> Millenia Walk -> Centennial Tower -> opp Suntec City

Timing: 11.45am – 2.30pm, Monday – Friday
Frequency: about 20 mins interval

Free Lunch-Time Parking at Singapore Flyer from 12pm – 2pm Daily

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