There are so many kinds of dessert in Singapore but these are the must tries before you can say you have visited Singapore!
A classic and favourite among the locals, Malaysians, Indonesians and Thais is Chendol! It is made up of chendol (a green jelly made from rice flour), a generous amount of red bean, coconut milk, shaved ice and topped with gula melaka (palm sugar syrup). You can get Chendol at the dessert stall at almost all hawker centres and food courts for about $2 to $3.
There is a third item on the menu, where about 5 to 6 small scoops of ice cream are served in a cup with a mix of flavours - chocolate, corn, vanilla and strawberry. You can also choose to have these small scoops served in a sandwich too.
These mobile ice cream stalls are mostly found along Orchard Road and manned by aunties and uncles.
5. Grass Jelly
Don't let the colour deter you from trying it! Grass jelly on its own has a tinge of bitterness, so it is often served with syrup. It is served with syrup, cubed in a bowl as a dessert or in grass jelly strips as a beverage. Grass jelly can be found at almost all hawker centres. You will find that the stalls selling the grass jelly beverage also offer soya bean milk. If you are adventurous and want to try, you can ask for a mix of the two to enjoy the best of both! One cup costs between $0.70-$2.