You need gluten-free.

We are going to help you find it.

The Gluten-Free Singapore Travel Guide
has your whole trip covered!

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A gluten-free diet can bring worry, hunger and frustration to traveling.

Singapore is the most gluten-free challenging city in Southeast Asia.  

Gluten-free awareness is low. Although many restaurants may say they offer gluten-free options there is tremendous lack of safe cross contamination prevention. You won't go hungry in Singapore IF you know where to find gluten-free options and when to pack your own safe food. 

You WANT to: 
  • See Singapore’s great attractions
  • Know where you can find a good gluten-free restaurant
  • Know when you need to bring your own snacks
  • Enjoy your holiday!
You do NOT want to: 

    ✘  Try to explain gluten-free to your waiter

    ✘  Wander around the hawker center and wonder if there is anything you can eat

    ✘  Deal with hangry gluten-free kids while sightseeing

    ✘  Get glutened


We Have Done The Gluten-Free Research For You

Our travel guide covers the nitty gritty bits of gluten-free life in Singapore. Before you even step foot into the country, you will know where to plan your meals, what to pack, and how to find all the gluten-free supplies you need.  


Gluten-Free Singapore Travel Guide eBook

The gluten-free information you really need

Dining Information

  • Dedicated GF kitchens
  • Recommended restaurants
  • Hawker center information

Groceries & Supplies

  • Grocery & specialty stores
  • Fresh GF bread
  • Online shopping


  • Arrival & departure
  • GF food at the airport
  • Packing tips


  • Transportation
  • Etiquette tips
  • Our favorite tourist spots

Bonus Bilingual Dining Cards!

Most everyone speaks English in Singapore, BUT it is always helpful to have some written information. As a bonus you get printable bilingual dining guides in four languages. 

I Need This Guide Now!

I'm Karen Horan

I landed in Singapore in 2011 with a hungry celiac child. Let me tell you, it was very stressful. I knew how to do gluten-free in the USA, but Singapore was a whole different place. I spent the first few months checking out grocery stores, wet markets, and hawker centers. I asked questions at restaurants and left disappointed. I researched blogs and articles only to find out the information was out of date.
Eleven year later I have put together an ebook of all the information I wished I had at my fingertips before we even boarded our first flight to Singapore. Traveling gluten-free doesn’t have to be stressful!   
(okay, the photo it not me, but it is my 8 year old celiac daughter arriving at Changi Airport for the very first time.)

"This guide to Singapore has totally exceeded my expectations. Having all the GF eating information in one book to carry and refer to will ultimately help shape a stress free holiday. Not only will you find the places to eat and what to avoid helpful, but Karen has included tips for getting around, navigating the airport as well as top tourist recommendations and how not to go hungry! This guide gives me the confidence to plan an exciting and safe trip to Singapore very soon!"

- Georgina, New Zealand 

We've done the research for you

We all know gluten-free living requires preparation and planning. With this travel guide, you can hit the ground running and be ready to enjoy your Singapore holiday. We have all been stuck at home for far too long, come on over and have some fun! 

This is a tremendous resource for anyone with celiac disease or gluten intolerance that is traveling to Singapore. From landing at the airport, to booking your accommodations, to grocery shopping, this guide covers everything you need to navigate being gluten-free in Singapore. 

- Erin, Gluten Free Globetrotter, New York City 

Gluten-Free Singapore Travel Guide

Travel Guide


Start planning your trip to Singapore today!

  • Downloadable PDF 
  • Shopping links
  • Restaurant & cafe links
  • Updates for a year
  • Bonus Bilingual Dining Guides
 (S$18 is approximately $13 USD)
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