Running out of things to do in Singapore? Well, staycations will continue to trend in 2021, but that’s not all to going on a holiday in Singapore. Here are a couple of things to do that have nothing to do with checking into a hotel. These activities are considered to be weather-proof, and you’ll also get to bring home some goodies too. Plus, it’s time to brush up on your rusty social skills during the pandemic era.

1. Discover the world of pastry moulds 

Are you a fan of traditional pastries and snacks?

Switch up your morning routine for a day and immerse yourself into the world of traditional pastry and learn about the origins of culinary moulds. You will also get to sample some traditional snacks and make your own magnet using one of the vintage moulds.

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2. Go on a behind-the-scenes tour at Singapore’s oldest tea merchant 

Visit one of the oldest Chinese tea merchants in Singapore and take a peek at the work that goes on behind-the-scenes from roasting and blending tea leaves to hand-wrapping the tea leaves.


Hear interesting stories which go way back to 1925 and their relationship with one of Singapore’s unique delicacies, Bak Kut Teh (Pork Rib Soup). The tour also includes a tea appreciating session where you will try the innovative Champagne Tea, and learn the traditional process of wrapping tea leaves and get to bring your product home as a souvenir.

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3. Embark on a gin, tonic and the empire tour

Journey through colonial-era Singapore on this guided tour, where you’ll uncover relics from World War II as well as the origin of Gin & Tonic. Hear exciting stories about how this medicinal tipple has helped the British empire back in those days. Today, the drink can be found in speakeasy and bars all over the world, and there are various flavoured gins. And that’s what brings us to the creation of artisanal gins which you’ll get to see and taste on this tour.

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