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What are the famous drinks of Singapore? You've tried Tiger Beer, but what about bandung, teh halia, Singapore Sour, Milo Dinosaur, sugarcane juice. Not too serious tour discovering Singapore through its local beverages and topping it off with a visit to the Loof Singapore, one of the best rooftop bars in Singapore and try your hand at making your own cocktail.
Sorry to disappoint if you think this is a cocktails, beer and liquor fest. There's plenty of that too. But we first bring you to a sobering cornerstone of the Singapore water story by introducing you to the Singapore Marina Barrage. A magnificent engineering feat that acts as a flood control system through the crest gates of the dam, but also now as a lifestyle attraction.
NEWater is Singapore's bottled water. But success story and the pillar of Singapore’s water sustainability, NEWater is high-grade reclaimed water. It is produced from treated used water that is further purified using advanced membrane technologies and ultra-violet disinfection, making it ultra-clean and safe to drink.
Next up, it's the famed teh tarik drink. You'll not only get to try it, you'll be treated to a demonstration of teh pulling. You will also be introduced to all the famed local drinks like sugarcane juice, bandung (rose syrup with milk), milo dinosaur.
Cheers! Prost! Salute! Gan Bei! Or Yaaaaam Seeeeeng as the locals roar when raising their glasses. And finally, we end by giving you a hands-on cocktail making session of the Singapore Sour. Everyone has heard of the Singapore Sling but we’ll be meeting its younger, fresher cousin the Singapore Sour. This thirst-quenching local speciality is a unique cocktail that takes its inspiration from ingredients that hold deep cultural and culinary significance for Singaporeans. We’ll be getting to know more about it at Loof, Singapore’s first standalone rooftop bar. Soak up the whimsical retro throwback and learn about the ‘mama shop’, an ubiquitous feature that was the everyman’s watering hole long before the advent of modern convenience stores.