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:
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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