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The eating places those are both delicious and cheap in Singapore
Singapore is a small country but it is the richest and most developed country in Southeast Asia. Singapore tourism is attractive because of not only modern entertainment centers, and architectural works that make the whole world admires but also a rich and unique culinary culture. Enjoying delicious food is an indispensable experience when coming to Singapore. However, Singapore is a place where the cost of living is quite expensive. Not everyone can afford to dine in fancy, expensive restaurants. However, don't worry. Singapore has many eating places that are both cheap and delicious. And here is a list of cheap places to eat in Singapore that you should not miss.
Singapore has many eating places that are both cheap and delicious. Photo: Danielfooddiary.
The most popular cheap places to eat in Singapore
Maxwell Food Center
Address: No. 1 Kadayanallur Street, Singapore
Opening hours: From 8 AM to 2 AM
When it comes to cheap places to eat in Singapore, the first name that must be mentioned is the Maxwell Food Centre. This is also considered one of the largest food centers in Singapore. Maxwell Food Center is located at the intersection of Club Street and Ann Siang. This place concentrates more than 100 large and small shops and restaurants. Here, you will be able to enjoy dishes from Chinese cuisine as well as many other countries such as Hainanese chicken rice, grilled meat skewers, curry, etc.
Maxwell Food Centre. Photo: thehoneycombers.com
Lau Pa Sat Market
Address: 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore
One of the cheap places to eat in Singapore is Lau Pa Sat. Lau Pa Sat Market was built in 1830 and is one of Singapore's oldest markets. Lau Pa Sat Market was designed by architect George Coleman and has been restored and repaired many times.
Lau Pa Sat Market. Photo: Justgola.
Lau Pa Sat can be said to be a culinary paradise with countless delicious dishes from countries such as China, Korea, Philippines, Japan and even Vietnam. The stalls here are always crowded with tourists. There are counters open 24 hours a day to serve the dining needs of visitors.
Golden Mile Food Center
Address: 505 Beach Rd
If you want to enjoy delicious and attractive dishes of Thai cuisine, then come to Golden Mile food center. In addition, there are many delicious dishes from Malaysia and India. With only about 3 to 7 SGD, you can comfortably eat at Golden Mile. One of the dishes you should not miss at Golden Mile food center is Sup Tulang.
Golden Mile Food Center. Photo: sethlui.
Tiong Bahru Merket Market
Address: 30 Seng Poh Road, Singapore
Opening hours: 7 AM until evening. (depending on each store)
Bahru market is an excellent place for you to enjoy breakfast or a snack. Many delicious and attractive dishes are waiting for you to enjoy here such as noodles, pork leg, Hainanese chicken rice, etc. With only about 3 SGD, you have a square meal here.
Tiong Bahru Merket Market. Photo: City Nomads.
Address: 665 Buffalo & Serangoon Roads, Singapore
Opening hours: from 6:30 AM to 10 PM
Little India is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore. There is a fairly cheap dining place that is chosen by many tourists, which is the Tekka Center building. This is a 3-storey building located right at the entrance area of Little India. The famous Indian curries are sold here in extremely large sizes. The food here costs around 6 to 8 SGD.
Tekka Center is located in Little India. Photo: okoguide.com
Address: 168 Serangoon Road, Singapore
You may recognize Azmi Chapatis with a sign hanging outside that says "Thye Chong restaurant". This is a famous restaurant with a long history in Singapore. It was founded in 1941 by a Chinese. However, it was later rented by Muslim chefs. If you want to enjoy delicious Muslim food, go to Azmi Chapatis. There are eye-catching curry dishes and attractive rice dishes. Each meal here only costs from 2.7 to 4.6 SGD.
Address: 335 Smith Street, Singapore
Opening hours: From 11 AM to 11 PM
Chinatown certainly cannot be out of the list of cheap places to eat in Singapore. Here you will enjoy dishes with bold flavors of Chinese cuisine. In addition, Chinatown is also very famous for grilled meat skewers and dishes made from seafood.