3 Best Vegan District in Singapore – what to do & where to eat
Bugis is the area with the highest concentration of vegan food in Singapore .
Located conveniently in central Singapore, pin yourself here for a Staycation or Vacation.
Walking distance from Bugis MRT to many vegan food locations & places of interest!
With low-rise buildings and culture bursting out within the streets, Chinatown is a sharp contrast to all the high-rise buildings seen within Singapore.
The concentration of rich heritage – ornate Buddhist and Hindu temples, museums galore, and old shophouses, accompanied with abundant vegan food spots as well!
Raffles Place 莱佛士坊
Part of the central business district, Raffles Place offers more than just a playground for the rich. There is also vibrant history with many family-friendly attractions and lovely public spaces within the area.
The public transportation system makes getting around convenient and easy to all the vegan food spots and places of interest!
** TIPS ALERT **
To save money, one can consider:
- Eat local instead of tourist restaurants. See where the locals go and walk to coffee shops or food courts, instead of restaurants. Get to experience everything about the country, including food.
- Save on drinks as it may be a little overpriced. Bring your own bottle of water everywhere.
- Take public transport (Trains) or walk 10-15 mins if you can bear the hot and humid weather in Singapore.
A few pennies saved can make up to 1 night’s worth of accommodation.
After reading all these, are you now ready to hit the road to Singapore and beyond? Have fun! #SgVegan #GoVegan
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