Sights of Singapore

Sights of Singapore, Singapore, Singapore (B)

Today I am starting out with my solo day in Singapore. Since Travis had to work I scheduled myself a cookingclass at a place called Food Playground based on their excellent Trip Advisor reviews. First thing Tuesday morning I hoped on the train with the rest of the Singapore work crowd. The train was pretty packed but luckily I made it to my stop in Chinatown with time to spare. As I waited to be let in to the building I chatted with another class goer and it turned out she was an Aussie, visiting from Sydney and doing research for her gluten free cooking magazine.

Once we went inside we were tickled to find that the two other participants were also coming from Australia (this time from Perth). We all became fast friends and chatted as our instructor got everything ready to go. Our instructor Lesley was so fun and energetic, she made the class fly by.

Food Playground is different than most cooking schools in that they hire active seniors and stay at home moms to be a part of their team. Each new instructor brings in their own tried and true recipe to add to the roster and we were lucky enough that Lesley was instructing us on her own family recipe of Chicken and Rice. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Sights of Singapore
Guide Location: Singapore » Singapore
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Courtney Alkek
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Haji Lane
  • Joo Chiat
  • Henderson Waves
  • Little India

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