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A Taste of Heritage in CapitaLand Malls

by CapitaLand Malls

Experience a taste of Singapore heritage in the heart of the City, only at CapitaLand malls - Bugis Town, Clarke Quay, Funan, Plaza Singapura and Raffles City!

CapitaLand Malls

A Taste of Heritage in CapitaLand Malls

It’s a feast for the senses as the Singapore HeritageFest goes to CapitaLand malls - Bugis Town, Clarke Quay, Funan, Plaza Singapura and Raffles City! Learn to make traditional snacks from established home-grown F&B operators, go on a scrumptious food trail of popular hawker fare in one location, or bring home an iconic Southeast Asian recipe.

 

Programme 1: Asian Market Café Signature Chilli Crab Sauce & Recipe

Mall Partner: Raffles City Singapore | Link

Store: Asian Market Cafe, Fairmont Singapore

 

Enjoy Asian Market Café's signature Chilli Crab Sauce (200gm) in the convenience of home without the hassle of any prep! Simply steam or deep-fry your own mantou and tuck in. If you're feeling ambitious, upgrade to the full Chilli Crab dish with the exclusive Asian Market Café recipe included.

 

Programme 2: Know Your Ang Ku Kueh! [Cancelled]

Mall Partner: Bugis Town | Link

Store: Ji Xiang Confectionery

 

Did you know that ang ku kueh got its name as a literal translation from red tortoise cake? Come find out more on how this traditional food has transformed to become today’s popular snack! Join us and try out first-hand how to mould your own ang ku kueh from the experts at Ji Xiang Confectionery, right at their new Bugis Street flagship store.

 

Programme 3: Prata Making Workshop [Cancelled]

Mall Partner: Funan | Link

Store: Makanan Bollywood

 

Have a flipping good time at Makanan Bollywood’s hands-on workshop! You will learn how to make your own dough and discover the intricacies of prata flipping. Plus point - you will also get to enjoy a 30 mins "All-You-Can-Eat" inclusive of a hot drink from the menu at the end of the session! *Applicable for selected pratas only.

 

Programme 4: Popiah Making & Locally inspired Mocktail Mixology Workshop [Cancelled]

Mall Partner: Clarke Quay | Link

Store: Yum Sing!

 

Roll your own popiah : Participants to receive a set of popiah ingredients to be able to roll their own popiah. They will also enjoy free Nanyang Coffee or Tea with this. This is followed by a mocktail demo where the bartender will mix a locally inspired mocktail for participants to enjoy before the photo opportunity at Yum Sing!

 

Programme 5: A Taste of Heritage @ Kopitiam [Cancelled]

Mall Partner: Plaza Singapura | Link

Store: Kopitiam

 

Join us on this food adventure where you get to enjoy a scrumptious variety of Singaporean hawker raves. On top of that, learn how to draw your favourite local foods on the iconic Kopitiam cup, and bring it home as a memento!

Due to tightened safe management measures, some physical programmes have been cancelled. We will be in touch with participants who had signed up, to arrange for full refunds

CapitaLand Malls

It’s a feast for the senses as the Singapore HeritageFest goes to CapitaLand malls - Bugis Town, Clarke Quay, Funan, Plaza Singapura and Raffles City! Learn to make traditional snacks from established home-grown F&B operators, go on a scrumptious food trail of popular hawker fare in one location, or bring home an iconic Southeast Asian recipe.

Experience a taste of Singapore heritage in the heart of the City, only at CapitaLand malls. 

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