Serangoon Road Market
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Serangoon Road Market in Singapore's Little India
Singapore's great culinary tradition has more to do with the city/state's position as a global financial power than it does with any unique cultural heritage. Before it became the most important trading port in Asia, Singapore was little more than a backwater berg servicing sea merchants, pirates, and scallywags. Today Singapore boasts dozens of world-class restaurants, including some of Asia's most expensive, and some of its cheapest (if you've never had street food in Singapore, you're missing out). We were in town for the Singapore Food Festival, and while we certainly visited our fair share of restaurants, the most fun we had was wandering the colorful markets, like this one in Little India.
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