Eat and drink your fill on these food, nature and cycling tours

Indie Singapore’s Traditional Taste Tour includes a visit to tea merchant Pek Sin Choon.
Indie Singapore’s Traditional Taste Tour includes a visit to tea merchant Pek Sin Choon.PHOTO: INDIE SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE - The $100 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (SRV), by design, are not meant to be used on food - but there are hacks to help you eat your fill on a local tour or activity without having to top up cash. The Straits Times shortlists a few.

Despite the gentrified facade of Chinatown and Tiong Bahru, there are still surprises to be found on walking tours by local company Indie Singapore.

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