Tourists cannot go back to their home countries and claim they have visited foodie paradise Singapore if they have not eaten its version of chilli crab and bak kut teh.

However, with international borders closed and planes grounded due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it is not difficult to find a restaurant selling these must-eat dishes or any other Singaporean favourites whose business is not suffering.

Already, hundreds of local restaurants and cafes have closed for good due to the Covid-19 pandemic, while those who managed to survive also face an uncertain future or see their expansion plans go up in smoke.

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