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Lau Pa Sat: Preserving Flavours of Singapore Hawker Culture

Hawker Culture in Singapore is an integral part of the way of life for Singaporeans, where people from all walks of life gather at hawker centres to dine and bond over their favourite hawker food, which are prepared by hawkers. Over the years, this unique combination of food, space and community has evolved into a microcosm of Singapore’s multicultural society, with stalls selling Chinese, Malay, Indian and many other diverse types of dishes.

Dive into the heart of UNESCO’s intangible cultural heritage at Lau Pa Sat, where culinary traditions intertwine with the tapestry of our multicultural society. Discover a haven where hawkers, representing diverse backgrounds, showcase their mastery, preserving the rich heritage of hawker culinary arts. Originating from various immigrant groups, these dishes have evolved into beloved local specialties, defining our unique food culture. Lau Pa Sat stands as a symbol of this culinary legacy, fostering community bonds and serving as a dynamic communal space. 

Join us in celebrating the best of Singapore’s hawker heritage at Lau Pa Sat, where food is a gateway to shared experiences, values, and a common national identity.


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