5. Glorious Food
At Geylang Serai, it is home to Singapore’s Malay community. During the days leading up to Hari Raya Puasa, the entire area lights up in celebration as people eat and shop in the evenings after the sun goes down. This is where you find Ayam Penyet (Coconut rice and fried chicken), Mee Rubus (Yellow noodles in gravy) and many more. At Katong, there’s the world-famous Singapore Chilli Crab, Laksa and Roti Prata. It is a favourite for locals heading out for supper with friends. You can walk over to East Coast Food Lagoon Centre for a nice plate of satay or yummy stingray! In the evenings, you may want to stroll down to Bedok Jetty or have a nice cold beer at Harrys.