Mumbai - Singapore has always been a holiday destination full of surprises for all footfalls from across the globe. From new activities, festivals, shopping and entertainment, the focus is now on food.
For the Indian travelers who believe in choosing their holiday locales vis-a-vis food and in particular vegetarian food, Singapore Tourism Board has gone way ahead in presenting a scrumptious platter through its latest offering – a Vegetarian Food Guide that will appeal Indian travellers beyond compare.
A meatless diet in Singapore is not difficult to digest and at a time when Indians have also joined the race of being health conscious and aspire to have ‘healthy holidays,’ Singapore Tourism gives a new fillip to this segment.
GB Srithar, Regional Director – South Asia, Middle East & Africa (SAMEA), Singapore Tourism Board, said, “The first of its kind food guide by Singapore Tourism for vegetarian footfalls presents a plethora of options which they can savour and relish. Singapore allows you to go on (vegetarian) gastronomic adventures round-the-clock, with dining establishments and food stalls offering varied food options catered to your dietary needs. As more and more people seek to be healthier in their dining choices, they are increasingly turning to vegan options. And Singapore gives you the perfect reasons to be happy vegans, not just for health but also for splendid taste reasons, while you immerse yourself in your holiday or business trip.”
Data has it that more than a million Indian travellers visit Singapore annually. Taking into consideration the fact that Indian visitors to Singapore may have specific dietary requirements, Singapore Tourism ensures that being vegetarian is not a challenge. Whether street food, food courts, main stream restaurants or hotels, Singapore tourism has added a new flavour to vegetarian food through its new campaign ‘Passion made Possible’ for Indian travellers. It brings out the best that Singapore has to offer its vegetarian visitors at its over 500 vegan and vegetarian restaurants.
The food guide has sections on Vegan, Gluten-free & even Organic food. This guide not only offers information about the best places to eat at but it also has details on where to find specific ingredients, cooking classes that Indian travellers can sign up for & food-related souvenirs that travellers should come back with. With a fun, colourful layout it also comprises conversations with passionate individuals who add vibrancy to Singapore’s gastronomic fabric.
The Vegetarian food guide with mesmerising pictures and in-depth content on food to appeal vegetarians is already on the stands.