Local Food List

1. Hainanese Chicken Rice

Hainanese chicken rice is a
dish adapted from early
Chinese immigrants
originally from Hainan
province in southern China.
It is considered one of the
national dishes of

2. Popiah

Popiah is a
fresh spring roll common
in Taiwan, Singapore,
Malaysia and Thailand.
Popiah is often eaten in the
Fujian province of China
and its neighbouring
Chaoshan during the
Qingming Festival.

3. Chwee Kueh

Chwee kueh is a type of
steamed rice cake, a
Teochew cuisine of China,
Singapore and Johor. To
make chwee kueh, rice
flour and water are mixed
together to form a slightly
viscous mixture

4. Hokkien prawn noodle

Hokkien mee is a dish in
Malaysian and Singaporean
cuisine that has its origins
in the cuisine of China’s
Fujian province

5. Fried Oyster

Fried Oyster omelette or Or
Luak is a very popular
local dish made from egg,
oyster and mix starch. Stir
fried to a light crisp.

6. Cha Kueh teow

Char kway teow, literally “stirfried
ricecake strips”, is a popular
noodle dish in Malaysia,
Singapore, Brunei and Indonesia.
The dish is considered a national
favourite in Malaysia and

7. Roti Prata

Roti prata is a fried flatbread that
is cooked over a flat grill. It is
usually served with a vegetable- or
meat-based curry and is from
Malaysia and Singapore

8. Fried Carrot cake

Chai tow kway is a common dish
or dim sum of Teochew cuisine in
Chaoshan, Malaysia, Singapore
and Taiwan, consisting of stir-fried
cubes of radish cake.

9. Sugar cane juice

Sugarcane juice is the juice
extracted from pressed
sugarcane. It is consumed
as a beverage in many
places, especially where
sugarcane is commercially
grown such as Southeast
Asia, the Indian
Subcontinent, Egypt, and
Latin America.

10. Calamansi lime juice

Calamansi (aka
calamondin) fruit juice is
popular in the Philippines
and other parts of
Southeast Asia. Some
people drink it when they
have a cold, cough or flu as
part of liquids therapy

11. Rojak

Rojak or Rujak is a traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Other than referring to this fruit salad dish, the term rojak also means “mixture” or “eclectic mix” in colloquial Malay.