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Where to find the best street food in Singapore and Malaysia

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Noodle soup with chili paste from a street food vendor in Georgetown in Penang, Malaysia.
(Muffie Fulton/Bold Food)

Savor the cuisine and culture of Singapore and Malaysia on a week-long tour led by Muffie Fulton of Bold Food.

The excursion begins in Singapore, where participants will have an opportunity to sample its specialty, chili crab, take a six-hour tour of the Joo Chiat/Katong neighborhood, sampling food along the way, and dine at Restaurant Andre, one of Asia’s top eateries.

Fishing boats on the Island of Penang, Malaysia.
Fishing boats on the Island of Penang, Malaysia.
(Muffie Fulton/Bold Food)

After a brief flight to Penang, Malaysia, there’s time to explore the Penang Harmony Food Trail and experience Indian, Muslim and Chinese street food, tour a local farm and collect ingredients for a Malaysian cooking class and lunch, and go to the Whispering Fish Market and auction.

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Group size limited to 12.

Drying shrimp paste outside a food factory in Penang, Malaysia.
Drying shrimp paste outside a food factory in Penang, Malaysia.
(Muffie Fulton/Bold Food)

Dates: Oct. 8-15

Price: From $3,499, double occupancy; $500 single supplement. Includes hotels, most meals, guides, entrance fees, gratuities and airfare from Singapore to Penang. International airfare not included.

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Info: Bold Food, (888) 884-5702

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