Experience hosted by Eiktha

4 hours, Hosted in English
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Up to 10 people

What you'll do

Get ready for delicious discoveries in this ultimate high-tea experience! Meander through the streets of culturally vibrant Chinatown on a tasting trail from the perspective of the 7 deadly sins - arguably the most fun and innovative way to explore this historic precinct. Step into dessert-friendly stores, hear stories of sin and don't be afraid to get your hands dirty... with vegan cheese and chocolate. Savour culinary delights with themes of lust, wrath, greed, envy, pride, sloth and gluttony on this novel foodie adventure. Well, it would be a sin not to.
Other things to note
We start and end the walk at different locations.
Please arrange your own transportation to and from the meeting point.
This walk takes place rain or shine.
Get ready for delicious discoveries in this ultimate high-tea experience! Meander through the streets of culturally vibrant Chinatown on a tasting trail from the perspective of the 7 deadly sins - arguably the most fun and innovative way to explore this historic precinct. Step into dessert-friendly stores, hear stories of sin and don't be afraid to get your hands dirty... with vegan cheese and chocolate. Savour culinary delights with themes of lu…

Meet your host, Eiktha

Host on Airbnb since 2018
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Hi there!

I love to travel, can't live without tea, and am addicted to food discoveries. I'm also a licensed Singapore guide.

After tons of solo adventures to feed my soul, I'm ready to share my passion for food with you. Having been part of the organising team for big food festivals, I'm pretty clued in to the food scene in Singapore. Plus, I also organise Singapore's only meat-free supper club.

I'm going to bring you on an adventure. Get ready to be deliciously surprised.
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Where you'll be

Once an enclave for Singapore’s Chinese immigrant population, the centrally-located Chinatown of today is a sharp contrast to the surrounding urban business district. Here's where old meets new in spectacular fashion, with some of the country’s oldest places of worship and traditional medicinal halls sitting alongside hip new bars and lifestyle stores.

1 review

Alessia
December 2018
loved every second of the tour!! Eiktha planned it out so nicely and puts in so much consideration for her guests to make it a very enjoyable experience! Highly recommend to anyone visiting Singapore, to take time out of their day to do this.
loved every second of the tour!! Eiktha planned it out so nicely and puts in so much consideration for her guests to make it a very enjoyable experience! Highly recommend to anyone…

Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 10 guests ages 18 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.

What to bring

An empty belly. There will be a lot to eat.

Comfortable shoes, sunscreen, shades and a hat are a good idea. So is a bottle of water.