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These are 5 souvenirs from Singapore without fear of stale

August 7, 2018

It’s not right, if you go to Singapore without bringing a hand. There are many kinds of souvenirs, food, snacks, to clothes that you can choose as souvenirs. Of course, you will look for something that is typical of wet funds to take home, right? Moreover, it will be troublesome if you bring food or drinks that can stale quickly as souvenirs. Here are some souvenirs that you can take from Singapore without fear of stale.

Merlion Chocolate

Chocolate is a compulsory gift every time you travel abroad. But different from other chocolates, this chocolate is shaped like a Singapore icon. The Merlion which symbolizes the Sea Lion printed in a chocolate will be a typical souvenir of Singapore. There are many chocolate flavors that you can find in souvenir shops in Singapore. One place that you can go to to buy chocolate merlion is Mustafa Center in the little region of India.

Rich Jam

Rich is a typical jam from Singapore. Therefore, this jam is much sought after by tourists. Not made from srikaya, this jam is made from coconut milk, eggs, sugar and pandan leaves which are cooked until smooth. One of the famous brands of Rich Jam is Ya Kun Kaya Toast. You can get it at Orchard Central, City Square Mall, Bugis Junction, Sun Plaza, Changi Airport and many more.

Bak Kwa

Bak Kwa is a smoked meat jerky with a distinctive spice blend that produces a delicious taste. Bak Kwa is usually made from pork, but some are made from chicken meat for you Muslims. This food is suitable for souvenirs because it is not easily stale and is not troublesome when carried on a plane. The famous brand Bak Kwa is Bee Cheng Hiang that you can find all over Singapore. If you don’t want to bother, you can find outlets that sell Bak Kwa at Changi Airport.

Garrett Popcorn

This snack is also suitable for souvenirs. Garrett Popcorn originated not from Singapore, but from Chicago. However, you can bring this popcorn because it doesn’t exist in Indonesia. There are several flavors that you can choose, such as caramel, cheese, buttery, and others. It’s not difficult to find a spot to buy Garett Popcorn. You can find it on Orchard Road, Wisma Atria Shopping Center, Vivo City, to City Link Mall.

Royal Pudding

Royal Pudding is also a typical Singapore souvenir that you can carry. It has many flavors, from original, mango and chocolate. The price is around S $ 4.5 to S $ 5. Royal Pudding is unique because it is packed in small jars with the words ‘royal pudding’. You can get this snack at Paris Baguette Cafe located at Wisma Atria, Orchard Road ..

Five food souvenirs above are perfect for you to bring, because they are not fast stale and not troublesome when taken home. Don’t forget to check the quality and the date of expiration, yes. Happy hunting for souvenirs!

 

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It’s not right, if you go to Singapore without bringing a hand. There are many kinds of souvenirs, food, snacks, to clothes that you can choose as souvenirs. Of course, you will look for something that is typical of wet funds to take home, right? Moreover, it will be troublesome if you bring food or drinks that can stale quickly as souvenirs. Here are some souvenirs that you can take from Singapore without fear of stale.

Merlion Chocolate

Chocolate is a compulsory gift every time you travel abroad. But different from other chocolates, this chocolate is shaped like a Singapore icon. The Merlion which symbolizes the Sea Lion printed in a chocolate will be a typical souvenir of Singapore. There are many chocolate flavors that you can find in souvenir shops in Singapore. One place that you can go to to buy chocolate merlion is Mustafa Center in the little region of India.

Rich Jam

Rich is a typical jam from Singapore. Therefore, this jam is much sought after by tourists. Not made from srikaya, this jam is made from coconut milk, eggs, sugar and pandan leaves which are cooked until smooth. One of the famous brands of Rich Jam is Ya Kun Kaya Toast. You can get it at Orchard Central, City Square Mall, Bugis Junction, Sun Plaza, Changi Airport and many more.

Bak Kwa

Bak Kwa is a smoked meat jerky with a distinctive spice blend that produces a delicious taste. Bak Kwa is usually made from pork, but some are made from chicken meat for you Muslims. This food is suitable for souvenirs because it is not easily stale and is not troublesome when carried on a plane. The famous brand Bak Kwa is Bee Cheng Hiang that you can find all over Singapore. If you don’t want to bother, you can find outlets that sell Bak Kwa at Changi Airport.

Garrett Popcorn

This snack is also suitable for souvenirs. Garrett Popcorn originated not from Singapore, but from Chicago. However, you can bring this popcorn because it doesn’t exist in Indonesia. There are several flavors that you can choose, such as caramel, cheese, buttery, and others. It’s not difficult to find a spot to buy Garett Popcorn. You can find it on Orchard Road, Wisma Atria Shopping Center, Vivo City, to City Link Mall.

Royal Pudding

Royal Pudding is also a typical Singapore souvenir that you can carry. It has many flavors, from original, mango and chocolate. The price is around S $ 4.5 to S $ 5. Royal Pudding is unique because it is packed in small jars with the words ‘royal pudding’. You can get this snack at Paris Baguette Cafe located at Wisma Atria, Orchard Road ..

Five food souvenirs above are perfect for you to bring, because they are not fast stale and not troublesome when taken home. Don’t forget to check the quality and the date of expiration, yes. Happy hunting for souvenirs!

 

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