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There are many local favourites in this multi-racial country but one thing we all can agree on is that 1) Prata and 2) Nasi Lemak should be eaten for breakfast.
A fried flour-based pancake that is cooked over a flat grill. It is usually served with a vegetable or meat-based curry and is sold all over Singapore in food centres. Prata is also commonly cooked (upon request) with cheese, onion, banana, red bean, chocolate, mushroom or egg.
A fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and "pandan" leaf. Chinese and Indians also partake this dish in their breakfast but not as frequently as Malays. The sambal tends to range from fiery hot to mildly hot with a sweet aftertaste. Usually served with egg, anchovies and fish or chicken.
A popoular resort island. Attractions include a 2 km (1.2 mi) long sheltered beach, Fort Siloso, two golf courses, two five-star hotels, and the Resorts World Sentosa & Casino, featuring the theme park Universal Studios Singapore.
Singapore's choice dining and entertainment destination is a colourful kaleidoscope of buildings housing antiques, restaurants, hip cafes, jazz clubs and more. At night, the entire zone is a sight to behold with all five blocks of restored warehouses lit up and beamed with an array of quirky alternatives to mainstream clubs. With an international presence in terms of partying options, this is a convergence point for people around the world to celebrate.