7 delicious snacks to try that are Uniquely Singaporean

By November 30, 2018Local Life
Salted egg chips

TL;DR – So good. Much wow.

When you go for house parties and gatherings, it’s always good to bring items like alcohol or snacks for everyone to enjoy.

Here are some of our favourites:

1. Durian Bak kwa
Durian Bak kwa Hu Zhen Longvia

Yup you read that right. Who would have come up with durian bak kwa? It sounds weird, but this concoction is surprisingly tasty. 

Get it at: Hu Zhen Long14 Sago St, Singapore 059015

2. Salted Egg Chips
Salted egg chipsThis is currently the de facto Singaporean snack and even better if the chips are generously coated with a thick layer of salted egg yolk.

Find out where are to get some of the BEST salted egg chips here!

3. Singapore Laksa, Hainanese Chicken Rice Potato Chips

Of course we had to include these chips. Specially created by homegrown brand, F.EAST, these chips pack a pretty good punch and although they may look gimmicky, we actually think it’s quite worth the $3 price tag per bag. 

Get it at: F.EAST // Website

4. Pork Floss
Bee Cheng Hiang Pork Flossvia

Pork floss is the new popcorn and my current favourite movie snack is the roasted pork floss from Bee Cheng Hiang. 

See all Bee Cheng Hiang outlets here.

5. Nasi Lemak Cookies

Nasi Lemak cookies The Cookie Museumvia

Endorsed by the Singapore Tourism Board as one of Singapore’s best souvenir gifts, the cookies from The Cookie Museum feature uniquely Singapore flavours such as nasi lemak, hae bee hiam, chicken rice and ikan bilis too. They are quite pricey though, at $35 a tin.

Get them at:

Marina Square Shopping Mall (Flagship Store)
6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-280
Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 11:00am – 9pm

Raffles City Shopping Centre
252 North Bridge Road, #B1-49
Singapore 179103
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 11:00am – 9pm

Takashimaya Shopping Centre
391 Orchard Road, #B209-3
Singapore 238873
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 10am – 9pm

6. Hae Bee Hiam Love Letters

These Hae bee hiam love letters from Baker’s Well are a little spicy with a mix of savoury dried shrimp sambal and buttery flavour. Mmmmm!

Get it at: Baker’s Well, 35 East Coast Road, Singapore 428754 // Website

  1. Mala Fish skin


We can’t seem to get enough of everything mala these days and this fish skin snack hits the right spot between spicy and numbingly good and spicy.

Get it at: Crusty’s // Website


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Lynette K

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