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French things to do in Singapore for a day

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Today enjoy So Chic‘s best-picked selection of French things to do in Singapore for a day!

Here’s how to spend the day as a French in Singapore

#1 – Wake up and go for a French brunch at So France

In larger cities in France, it’s common for people to have their breakfast in cafes. If you’re looking for a slice of French Breakfast in Singapore, head over to So France, a traditional French bistro. Their brunch menu boasts a variety of handcrafted crepes and galettes. For those unfamiliar with the terms, crepes are made of wheat flour, resulting in a soft, sweet texture, while galettes are savory, crispy, and typically served as mains.

#2 – Express your inner artist from Montmartre with Mylene Viggers at her painting workshop

In French culture, art holds a central position, particularly in the streets of Paris. You’ll find it here in Singapore, with Mylène Viggers who finds inspiration in the natural world surrounding her, whether it be venturing deep into the jungle with her painting equipment, tending to her garden, or visiting a local park or beach. Mylène loves observing the positivity and happiness of nature and translating it into her artwork.

You can join Mylene for a Plein Air Oil Painting Session at Botanic Gardens this April and May !

#3 – Take a Stroll at the Botanic Gardens

In France, flânerie is considered an art form that involves leisurely wandering without a specific destination while observing and contemplating the world around you. Engaging in this pastime, flânerie, can bring about a simple pleasure and even poetry, especially as we witness changes in our cities and allow ourselves to be carried away by the streets. The Botanic Gardens in Singapore provides the ideal setting for indulging in flânerie.

#4 Pick up French Cheeses at LPB Market

Tucked away in a quiet neighbourhood, LPB Market is housed in a small, humble shop befitting its name. Wheels of artisan and gourmet European cheese sit prettily in a glass case near its entrance, most of which are French in origin.

LPB Market has also expanded to occupy a brand new second floor, in order to house a greater variety of wines and cheeses and artisanal French gourmet for you

#5 Wine and Dine at Brasserie Gavroche

Brasserie Gavroche celebrates the quintessential spirit of Paris.

Since opening its antique wooden doors in 2011, the rustic, hand-me-down French recipes enjoyed by Parisians daily along with its delicious wines have been a mainstay at this charming shophouse on Tras Street.

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