A Sea(food) of Flavours Await You at this Year’s Singapore Food Festival
The Singapore Food Festival (SFF) is back for the 19th year running. Taking place at Marina Bay’s Waterfront Promenade from 13 to 22 of July, seafood delights will take centre stage at this year’s big event!
Watch this video to find out what happened at one of the biggest food events in Singapore this year!
Locals and tourists are invited to come down and enjoy a wide array of seafood dishes prepared in a myriad of ways by the different ethnic communities. Aside from getting a taste of the delicacies, the event aims to educate foodies about the county’s multi-cultural heritage by tracing the different culinary influences that have shaped the city’s distinctive food culture.
“As a lifestyle destination with a diverse dining scene, Singapore’s appeal arises not just from its cutting-edge modernity, but also its rich heritage and culture. With its focus on food, a subject close to Singaporeans’ hearts, Singapore Food Festival 2012’s programme of lively experiential and educational activities will further enhance visitors’ and locals’ appreciation of our multi-cultural culinary heritage,” said Mr. Andrew Phua, Director, Precinct Development, Singapore Tourism Board.
For the 10-day event, foodies can look forward to the following highlights:
SFF Village (13 to 22 July 2012)
The Waterfront Promenade at Marina Bay will turn into a gastronomic paradise with over 50 food stalls selling local and international delicacies you can sink your teeth into.
Catch of the Season @Sentosa Harbourfront (6 July to 12 August 2012)
For the first time in history, Sentosa Harbourfront presents a slew of activities in 6 locations surrounding Waterfront.
Seafood Treasures, Tales and Trails @ Kampong Glam (14 to 29 July)
To end the fasting month on a high note, Kampong Gelam organises a series of activities and events for everyone’s enjoyment.
Seafood Mela @ Little India (13 to 14 July 2012)
On 14 July, Little India attempts a Guinness Book of World Records by serving 2012 curry fish heads in a single dinner setting.
Behind the Scenes @ Jurong Fishery Port
At the break of dawn, a chef will take participants on a tour to the fishery port and teach them how to pick the freshest catch. A seafood breakfast awaits them afterwards.
This event is organised by SPOC Solutions for the 4th consecutive year, in partnership with the Singapore Food and Beverage Alliance (SFBA), and supported by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB).