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10 Singapore Souvenirs That You Should Buy: Foodie Edition

Ready to wrap up your Singapore trip? If all that’s left to do is your souvenir shopping, then don’t worry – we know what you should get.

Since Singapore is known for its hawker stalls and delectable cuisines, it’s only apt that you bring something delicious home for your family and friends. Here are our top picks for foodie Singapore souvenirs:

 

1. Kaya Jam

Kaya Jam

Since Kaya toast is such a breakfast staple, it’s no surprise that this is on the list. Made with coconut milk, sugar, and eggs, bring home a bottle of this creamy and spreadable treat so that your loved ones can enjoy a taste of Singapore when starting their day.

  • Price: S$2.50 to S$10
  • Where to Buy: Local supermarkets, Ya Kun Kaya Toast shops islandwide, Raffles Hotel, and Changi Airport souvenir shop

 

2. Poppadoms

Poppadoms
Image Credit: @unclesabassg via Facebook

Hailing from India, a poppadom is a thin, fried, circular crisp made from a mixture of flour and water. You can eat these on its own or enjoy it with tamarind sauce, mango chutney, lime pickle, and more.

The best Poppadom’s in the market are Uncle Saba’s which come in original, tomato, barbeque, and sweet chili flavors.

  • Price: S$2.50
  • Where to Buy: Available at all supermarkets

 

3. Hainanese Chicken Rice Crisps

F.EAST Chips
Image Credit: @feast.sg via Facebook

Tired of the usual barbecue, cheese, or sour cream and onion chips? Why not give F.EAST chips a try? Inspired by Asian flavors, the line of potato chips boasts of flavors such as Hainanese Chicken Rice, Singapore Laksa, and Egg Prata with Fish Curry.

  • Price: S$2.90
  • Where to Buy: Available at all supermarkets

 

4. Nasi Lemak Cookies

Nasi Lemak Cookies
Image Credit: @onlykaisg via Facebook

This one is going to cost you – but it’s well worth every bite! Made with coconut cream powder, Ikan Bilis (dried anchovies), peanuts, and spices, the cookies give off a refreshing coconut and pandan flavor.

  • Price: S$48
  • Where to Buy: Available at several locations and thecookiemuseum

 

5. Chili Crab Seaweed Tempura

Chili Crab Seaweed Tempura
Image Credit: @TGDSG via Facebook

From the company that’s brought you the famed salted egg chips, The Golden Duck Co. has come up with a new flavor that’s sure to send your taste buds into a craze. Bite into the tempura coating and enjoy the sweetness of the crab meat and the spiciness of the chili.

 

6. Durian Puffs

Durian Puffs
Image Credit: @SunlifeDurian via Facebook

No Singaporean foodie list will be complete without its iconic fruit – the durian. Sunlife Pastries is best known for their pillowy puffs that are filled with 100% pure durian puree – no cream or sugar added!

If you or your loved ones are a fan of something sweet and of the king of fruits, then this treat will be perfect for you.

 

7. Singapore Breakfast Tea

TWG Tea
Image Credit: @TWGTeaOfficial via Facebook

Smooth and sweet, this tea is a blend of green and black tea, with vanilla and rare spices. You can buy a box from TWG with 15 sachets, or you can buy the loose leaf variant that has luxe European packaging, but proudly showcases a golden lion – which is apt since Singapore is known as The Lion City.

  • Price: S$9.25 to S$40
  • Where to Buy: Available at TWG stores or on twgtea

 

8. Sambal

Glory Food’s Nonya Sambal
Image Credit: @milduracentralmarket via Facebook

This well-loved condiment is usually served with Nasi Lemak, Mee Goreng, Nasi Goreng, and Roti Canai. Glory Food’s Nonya Sambal is a paste that’s made from a variety of chilies, garlic, and onions. Some variations have anchovies or shrimp paste added in.

  • Price: S$2.18 (250 g)
  • Where to Buy: Available in major supermarkets

 

9. Bak kwa

Bak kwa
Image Credit: @TWGTeaOfficial via Facebook

Traditionally eaten during Chinese New Year, Bakkwa is dried meat that’s similar to jerky. Usually made with pork, the meat is grilled over charcoal for an added smokey flavor.

Bakkwa also comes in chicken, mutton, beef, and vegetarian variants. Bee Cheng Hiang apparently sells the best vacuum-packed Bakkwa that you can give to family and friends.

  • Price: S$21 to S$44
  • Where to Buy: Bee Cheng Hiang outlets and beechenghiang

 

10. Singapore Sling

Singapore Sling
Image Credit: @TWGTeaOfficial via Facebook

Created in the 1930s, the Singapore Sling is the Lion City’s national drink that is enjoyed both locally and internationally. Originally, the Singapore Sling is made with gin, orange juice, pineapple juice, cherry brandy, and lime juice.

Nowadays, there are several recipes and variants – but even then, you no longer have to head over to Raffle Hotel’s Long Bar to enjoy this drink as it is now available bottled.

  • Price: S$15 to S$30
  • Where to Buy: Drink shops and supermarkets islandwide, Raffle’s Hotel Long Bar.

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