Singapore has become one of my favorite countries for vegan food. The country is beautifully multicultural, and one can find an abundance of so many different cuisines, varying from Chinese to Malay, Indian, Indonesian and Western.
There are so many to choose from, but here are my favorite spots for vegan food in Singapore:
Location: 190 Middle Rd, Singapore 188979 (Near Bugis MRT)
Kwan Inn Vegetarian
134 Geylang East Ave 1, Singapore 380134 (Near Aljunied MRT)
Extra Insights and Tips:
Food and restaurants listed as “pure vegetarian” or “100% vegetarian” does not always mean it’s vegan. Sometimes that means just no eggs or no garlic/onions, so always inquire about cow’s milk in a dish.
My absolute favorite place to visit every time I go to Singapore is the Kampung Kampus at the Ground-Up Initiative, an environment and education non-profit and organic farm where I WWOOFed. They serve a plant-based lunch for volunteers on the weekend. They are the some of the nicest people you will meet in Singapore, and you will learn a lot about Singapore from the staff and other volunteers!
The vegan community in Singapore is growing fast, and host various events throughout the year like screenings, meet-ups and festivals. Check out Animal Allies SG, as well as ACRES for animal rescue volunteering.
Thanks for reading and happy vegan traveling!
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