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Singapore: Fruitful Areas to Prowl

Jim Leff | Sep 30, 201702:44 PM     24

Hi, all. I'm headed to Singapore ($435 airfare!) for my first time in early November.

I don't enjoy scavenger hunting - dashing around a city to various famous places for their famous rendition of this and that. I'd rather be pointed to a few fruitful areas where I can chowhound around and find my own finds.

So....can anyone point me toward a hawker market with well-distributed quality? I.e. not one with 4 or 5 standout stalls, but one where OVERALL level is particularly high? And similar tips for micro-nabes (preferably finer-tuned than just, say, "Chinatown")?

Again, I'm not looking for individual venue reccos. If your mindset is based on red pins on a mental map, you're not right to help with this particular inquiry. I realize I'll lose 75% of potential respondents via this filter, but that's ok. If you understand what I'm asking for, and believe you can help, I'd love to see your suggestions!

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