The Best CNY Snacks You Can Get From Singapore & Malaysia

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Southeast Asia boasts a medley of mouth-watering food that any foodie would love. If you haven’t traversed to that side of the globe, we suggest to scroll through our Singapore and Malaysia snack guide to score heaps of snacks to satiate your tastebuds. From salted egg chips peppered with curry leaves to durian cakes, this one will have you drooling by the end of the post:


Feast Hainanese Chicken Rice and Laksa Chips

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Hainanese Chicken Rice and Laksa Chips, Feast, SGD5.9, + Add To Wishlist: Feast is combining Singapore’s two most popular local dishes with potato chips, hereby giving us the most savoury (and unique, no doubt) flavours — that is Hainanese Chicken Rice and Laksa. Fans of either or should try both out, but if you haven’t had a taste of either dishes in real life, this is one way to try it.


Irvin’s Salted Egg Chips

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Salted Egg ChipsIrvin’s, SGD16, + Add To Wishlist: The salted egg craze is alive and kicking in Singapore, and it isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Irvin’s is a pretty popular brand if you’d like to figure out what the hype is behind salted egg chips in the small nation, thanks to its freshly made, small batch production. And we guarantee you that you’d get why after a bite.


Chili Crab Instant Noodles

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Chili Crab Instant NoodlesPrima Taste, SGD9.95, + Add To Wishlist: Now if you’ve tried the first item on this list and now you’re raring to find out what Singapore’s got in store for you, try these chili crab instant noodles from Prima Taste. It tastes almost as good as the real dish — no kidding.


Mini EZ Pork

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Mini EZ PorkBee Cheng Hiang, SGD40.80, + Add To Wishlist: A popular favourite for Chinese New Year, bakkwa (or barbecued slice pork) is famous in Singapore. One go-to spot is Bee Cheng Hiang, where lines can go round the block during the festive season. Score these mini vacuum-packed version for easy eating and carrying around in case you need a snack.


Pandan Chiffon Tea

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No. 825, Pandan Chiffon, Ette Company, SGD8,  + Add To Wishlist: What do you get when you combine a local favourite dessert cake and tea? Pandan Chiffon tea, that’s what. This is a blend of roasted green tea, pandan leaves, osmanthus blossoms and cinnamon — and reduced in caffeine so you can take it on its own. Also recommended to drink without sugar to get a dose of its flavour.


Salted Egg Aioli

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Salted Egg Aioli, The Quarters, SGD8,  + Add To Wishlist: Salted egg fans can get their cravings sorted out with this aioli made of a blend of mayonnaise, curry leaves, chilli and salted egg yolks. This would make a decadent dip for fried finger food, from fries to potato wedges.



Penang White Curry Noodles

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Penang White Curry NoodlesMyKuali, MYR13,  + Add To Wishlist: If you like a spicy kick to your noodles (or meals in general), try out MyKuali’s Penang White Curry Noodles. Similar to the chili crab version from Singapore, this one packs a punch with its seriously hot sambal and coconut milk.


3-In-1 White Coffee

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3-In-1 White CoffeeChek Hup, MYR13,  + Add To Wishlist: Nothing beats a hot cuppa joe in the morning, and especially if you’ve got a cup of steaming hot white coffee. The original white coffee originated from a small town called Ipoh, and is actually a drink made from coffee beans roasted in margarine, ground, brewed and served with sweetened condensed milk. Think frothy, comforting coffee that isn’t overly sweet or milky.


Durian Dodol

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Durian DodolTan Kim Hock, MYR9.4,  + Add To Wishlist: Did you know that this durian confection has been enjoyed by Malaysia locals for centuries? A sweet toffee-like sugar palm-based treat that is infused with durian, this brand’s version is likely the best in town for its fragrant aroma of gula melaka and smooth texture.


Bacon Jam with Rum

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Bacon Jam with RumFive And Two Foods, MYR23,  + Add To Wishlist: Bacon is awesome on its on, but have you ever felt the need to eat bacon with everything? Five and Two Foods has an assortment of homemade bacon jams that are irresistible to the bacon connoisseur, and this one has a dash of rum that would go perfectly well as a dip, spread or cooking sauce.


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Featured image: Irvin’s

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