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When looking for unique souvenirs to bring back from Singapore, you'll find a variety of distinctive items that capture the city's culture, heritage, and creativity.

Ya kun Kaya Jam Singapore

Kaya Jam

Kaya is a sweet and fragrant coconut and egg jam commonly spread on toast. You can find jars of this delicious jam in various flavors, including pandan and coffee.

Singapore Sling drink

Singapore Sling

The Singapore Sling cocktail was invented at the Raffles Hotel. Bring home a pre-mixed bottle of Singapore Sling or a DIY kit to recreate the iconic drink.

Singapore Tiger Balm ointment

Tiger Balm

Tiger Balm is a well-known topical analgesic (pain-relieving) ointment that is used to alleviate various types of discomfort, such as muscle aches, joint pain, and headaches. It is also used for purposes like relieving insect bites and providing relief from congestion when applied to the chest or throat.

bak kwa pork jerky barbeque BBQ Singapore

Bak Kwa

Bak kwa is a popular Singaporean snack, often referred to as "Chinese Pork Jerky." It's a sweet and savory dried meat that comes in various flavors, including pork, beef, and chicken. You can easily get them in Chinatown.

Merlion Singapore


The Merlion, a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, is Singapore's national symbol. Look for Merlion-themed souvenirs, including keychains, figurines, and accessories.

Special Singapore t-shirt

Singlish T-Shirt

A "Singlish" T-shirt is a T-shirt that features phrases or slogans in Singlish, which is a colloquial form of English spoken in Singapore. Singlish incorporates elements from various languages, including English, Mandarin, Malay, Tamil, and local dialects, resulting in a unique and colorful linguistic style that is distinctly Singaporean.

These T-shirts typically feature humorous or catchy phrases written in Singlish that locals and visitors alike can appreciate. Singlish T-shirts can be a fun and trendy way to embrace Singapore's cultural and linguistic diversity.

nonya kueh pasteries cake Singapore

Nyonya Cakes

These colorful and intricate bite-sized desserts are a hallmark of Peranakan cuisine. They are made from ingredients like rice flour, coconut milk, and palm sugar, resulting in delightful flavors and textures.

Orchid Souvenir Singapore


Orchids are a significant symbol in Singapore, and you can find a variety of orchid-themed souvenirs that pay homage to the country's national flower. These souvenirs make for meaningful and elegant gifts or keepsakes.


Plushes and Pouches

There are plushes and cushions that are shaped into iconic things of Singapore like the Merlion and Singapore food.

There are a few nice ones you can find at

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