East West understands that each client have different interests and preference. Listed below are tour and package selections that will help you in planning your itinerary. These items are grouped according to the type of experience you have selected.
Nestled in the iconic Victoria Theatre & Concert Hall, Sinfonia Ristorante strives to deliver a fine dining experience that is accessible for all gourmands. Sinfonia Ristorante seeks to be the home where eating is always a pleasure, with quality seasonal ingredients as the basis of good cuisine. Indulge in a multi-sensorial dining experience within the majestic space, adorned with elegant decor, impressive high ceilings and Corinthian columns.
Celebrate Singapore's fine flavours at the National Kitchen by Violet Oon Singapore in the iconic historical City Hall building now home to the National Gallery. Treat yourself to a luxurious meal in our grand hall or breezy bite on our scenic veranda. We promise a dining experience to remember.
*meal at own cost
Seetoh, is a prominent local food consultant, photographer, writer and television host. He is best known for creating the popular hawker food guide Makansutra in 1998. K. F. Seetoh was born in 1962, the fourth of five children. A moorish journey through a true blue Singapore style food safari. You get to eat and experience how the Singaporeans eat and be told about how its UNESCO class hawker culture came about. The safari will also include a little calorie busting stroll through our wet market to understand where our ingredients come from and how is being used in the food we eat.
A taste like no other and loved by everyone. This is the kind of comments that they received from their customers. Cooked using a recipe passed down from generations, not everyone can take the spiciness of what Laksa offers but it is a must try for your visit to Singapore. Find out why this dish is such a 'hot' favorite among our fellow Singaporeans and tourists alike.
*Meal will be on own cost.
To say that Singaporeans are obsessed with food is an understatement! Our culinary scene has never been more exciting ranging from the award-winning restaurants to the Michelin awarded street food stalls, which is very unique to Singapore. This program will focus on the street food tasting experience. Some examples are soya sauce chicken rice, fried kway, satay and many more. It is all about the Michelin street food experience
Chicken Rice is considered one of Singapore’s National dishes, a plate of chopped poached chicken and rice cooked in stock looking deceptively simple yet satisfyingly tasty. Tiong Bahru Hainanese Boneless chicken rice is one of the Two Chicken Rice stalls in Singapore get the approval from Michelin inspectors with them being included in the Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore List.
Enjoy some authentic Vietnamese Cuisine at a local Restaurant.
A native of Ibaraki Prefecture in Northeast Japan, Chef Yoshizawa’s journey of culinary craftsmanship traces back to a childhood dream and a love for cooking that remains a vital source of inspiration.
As a young chef, he honed his skills at award-winning sushi restaurant Kyubey in Ginza, Tokyo and Imperial Hotel Osaka. His talent and charisma opened new doors to the world, leading him to Mumbai and Maldives as a chef at the prestigious Four Seasons Hotel.
Since 2010, Chef Yoshizawa has found his place at Shinji by Kanesaka in Singapore, upholding the time-honoured traditions of his craft. Having played an integral role in our restaurants at Raffles Hotel and Carlton Hotel, he now helms Shinji by Kanesaka St. Regis as its Head Chef.
Today, Chef Yoshizawa continues to pay homage to the very best of Japanese cuisine, bringing to life the spirit of 「一握入魂」– where every dish is a soulful and heartfelt expression of all that the chef has to offer.
One of the best roast meat and duck stalls in Singapore, Roast 88 is definitely the place to go to have your cravings satisfied.
Hjh Maimunah is considered a casual Nasi Padang eatery serving up more than 40 dishes. For those who are unfamiliar, Nasi Padang consists of steamed rice served with various choices of pre-cooked dishes, typically with a window display with rows of stacked food.
Discover Singapore and all of its delicious culinary specialties. Ranging from top fine dining options to the Michelin awarded street food stalls (Hawker). In this program, we will take you through the cultural areas like Little India, Chinatown, Kampong Glam and even the unique Peranakan district in the East of the Island. Along the way, you will have a chance to try out the signature dishes that are associated to the area. You will also have the chance to choose from the list of award winning fine dining restaurants and we will take care of the reservation and to ensure that you are placed in the best seats in the restaurant (1 welcome drink per person is inclusive; food is at own cost).
Discover Singapore through 15 days and 14 nights. Despite Singapore being such a small country, there is an endless supply of activities and experiences to cover. Indulge in local and fusion flavors with roots from the main races in Singapore. Visit the different cultural precincts of Singapore and marvel at the metropolis that it has become over the years. Be amazed at the amount of greenery in the urban landscape during your trip to Singapore with us. Take a chance to hop over to neighbouring countries for a day trip as well.
This immersive six-day journey uncovers what this vibrant country has to offer. Inspired by the popular film, "Crazy Rich Asians" the luxury-driven itinerary will take you high atop one the most luxurious hotels in the world, to the humble home setting of the locals that is filled with character and gumption. The exclusive experiences will cover unique culinary tastings enhanced with commentary from a prominent local foodie personality, private mahjong lesson with an expert, endless shopping options that is especially tailored to suit each guest's preferences and don't forget the luxurious wellness / spa sessions. By the end of the trip, you will have a collage of beautiful, one-of-a kind, exclusive experience that you will never forget. This is based on minimum of 2 person travelling.
In this package, you will be taken into the journey to the North of Bali, Included in it are local Balinese Experiences thorough home stay, cooking classes, visits to Bali's sacred places. The journey will start from Ubud to Batukaru, Munduk, Lovina and back to Ubud.
Spend the time to explore the two major cities in China: Beijing and Shanghai. Be mesmerized by both cultural and historical aspects of the two cities along with all the delicious culinary finds throughout the program.
This package will take you through all the popular sites in Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen and Hong Kong. It is especially designed for the foodie who not only love to eat but also love learn about the Chinese cuisine. Experience hands on cooking classes throughout different cities and discover what makes each of the special.
Embark on this nostalgic journey while we bring you to various heritage sites that not only have rich history behind it, but has also become Hong Kong's popular places that even the locals would visit.
Experience Singapore and Hong Kong through culture, food and cruise. Start your journey in Singapore with a day of Culture and Culinary Program before embarking on a cruise to the cosmopolitan city of Hong Kong. In Hong Kong, spend the day exploring all the important sites like Victoria Peak, Repulse Bay and Aberdeen. Close the day with a 45 minutes Symphony of Lights cruise to see the best view of Hong Kong with laser show display that illuminates the harbour.
See what Singapore has to offer. In your one day stay in this multicultural and vibrant city, you can choose from three different options: The Singapore Senses, Singapore the Garden City and Mystery of the Orient.
Discover Singapore in two of the richest aspects of the country: food and culture. The program starts with a brief history of Singapore through a drive around the Civic District, where modern Singapore began. It started as a master plan in 1822 by founder of Singapore Sir Stamford Raffles, the Civic District was urban planning at its best, with sections along the Singapore River marked for use and new buildings erected for the needs of a thriving trade post. For a different point of view, the clients will proceed to cruise the Singapore River. Next up are two of the largest cultural neighbourhoods of Singapore: Little India and Chinatown. Have an overview of the history of the migration of the Indians and Chinese into Singapore while exploring the areas and tasting some of the most unique food.