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Singapore Tourism Board Approved
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Singapore Tourism Board Approved

Let's Go Cook - Discover Hokkien

From S$80.00

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SingapoRediscovers Vouchers to be applied at checkout page. Please note that bookings involving the use of SingapoRediscovers Vouchers are non-refundable and non-resellable.

Weekdays

Weekdays (ADULT)

SGD90.00

SGD87.38

Date of Visit ( * required )


Weekdays (CHILD)

SGD80.00

SGD77.67

Date of Visit ( * required )

You may be eligible for a $10 subsidy on each child/youth ticket when you use SingapoRediscovers Vouchers.

Weekends (ADULT)

SGD100.00

SGD97.09

Date of Visit ( * required )


Weekends (CHILD)

SGD90.00

SGD87.38

Date of Visit ( * required )

You may be eligible for a $10 subsidy on each child/youth ticket when you use SingapoRediscovers Vouchers.

-Booking is non-refundable, non-transferable no cancellation after purchase - Join-in tour - Please contact the tour operator at 90044332 or bookings@letsgotoursingapore.com to check on the availability of the preferred date or if you are booking a tour starting in less than 48 hours

Please note that bookings involving the use of SingapoRediscovers Vouchers are non-refundable and non-resellable.

- Each ticket entitles one person to take part in Discover Hokkien Cooking Tour- Child age 6-17 years old. Minimum 4 to go, merchant reserves the right to reschedule if the number of pax is not met - Valid for 90 day from date of purchase - Non-Refundable Non-Cancellable -Rescheduling request must be made with respective booking agents at least 2 weeks in advance, subjected to availability

Let Chef Colin who is trained in culinary and also a licensed Singapore tourist guide take you on a focused cultural cooking class. This experience aims to bring back the nostalgic essence of the Hokkien cuisine.

This is a combination of a hands - on Cooking and Food Preparation class with a mini walking tour, where you would learn about the aspirations, adversity and achievements of the Hokkien community before the 21st Century.

Food is part of the intangible tradition where centuries of flavours and culture are well presented on our dining tables. Some of these dishes became familiar flavours, while some are forgotten through time. Come and explore these tastes together!

Participants is encouraged to bring their own takeaway boxes and containers if possible.

3 hours

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