Although Singapore is standing up a culinary destination of the world, the cuisine of the Peranakan always has its own attraction with visitors.
Peranakan’s culture actually had from Malacca, Malaysia before Singapore was established. According to Peter Wee, chairman of Singapore's Peranakan Association, the Chinese immigrants to Malacca in the 15th and 16th century, and gradually integrated into the local culture. Chinese men married to Malaysian women and their children who are called Peranakan ( "baba" for men , "nonyo" to refer to women). They not only developed its own language but also created a different culture, from cuisine, pottery, embroidery products and footwear or architecture. Read More via BuffaloTrip.