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  • - One, two, three.

  • - Ah, Singapore!

  • Yeah?

  • That's who you wanted?

  • - (laughs) No!

  • (upbeat hip-hop music)

  • - Singapore!

  • Today, The Try Guys are going on

  • a Singaporean Food Adventure.

  • - We're going to eat as much food as humanly possible.

  • - Seven days and a hundred billion things to eat.

  • - Singapore is a dope country.

  • It is beautiful, it is incredibly diverse,

  • so many different predominant langauges,

  • so many different influxions of food and recipes,

  • and it's just, like, the cleanest city ever.

  • - [Zach] Singapore has immigrants from all over Asia

  • who come here, who've made it their home,

  • and they brought with them

  • incredible, delicious, authentic meals.

  • - A lot of these masters, they only cook one serving per Wok

  • so all of their attention is going towards

  • one of your servings.

  • - [Zach] The first day we teamed up with

  • a local tour guide to take us around,

  • tell us a little bit about the history,

  • and feed us a lot of food.

  • - Okay, I'm gonna give you all a sample of this mangosteen,

  • the people from the States are actually promoting it

  • as anti-cancerous kind of stuff.

  • - Mmm.

  • - [Lionel] Ah, it's very nice.

  • - That's delicious.

  • - I like looking in your eyes while I wash your hands.

  • - Okay, that's enough. That's enough. That's enough.

  • (laughs)

  • - [Keith] Hawker Centers are all over this place,

  • and they're basically giant food courts

  • of different food stalls.

  • - [Ned] You can get Michelin star meals

  • for under five dollars here.

  • What?

  • - It is basically just sugar and water,

  • and it is the sweetest thing you've ever had,

  • and it is delicious.

  • - [Eugene] The hainanese chicken and rice.

  • This is a must-have in Singapore,

  • one of their most iconic dishes.

  • - [Keith] Hell yeah, Ned.

  • - The skin gets this nice layer of fattiness

  • and the rice is so, like, light, kind of buttery.

  • - The hainanese chicken rice

  • is approved by this chicken lord.

  • - [Zach] Every mixed stir-fried dish

  • we have here is amazing.

  • - [Keith] So I had congee for the first time,

  • which is kind of like grits, but very savory,

  • and it was filled with, like, surprising pieces of chicken.

  • - Baby wants more!

  • - [Ned] Now you slap the water bottle onto the floor.

  • - Yeah, look everyone in the eye and throw it on the ground.

  • (laughs)

  • - [Zach] Singapore has got some crazy desserts.

  • - [Keith] They have these squiggly little green worms

  • on top of shaved ice, and there's corn.

  • - Oh, yeah, it's got coconut flavor.

  • - It's so good.

  • - I just made eye contact with someone

  • who's very slowly eating noodles. (laughs)

  • - My button broke, so I'm gonna be looking very sexy today.

  • - [Ned] Oh, yeah, that's a good excuse.

  • - And then my other button broke,

  • so I'll be looking very un-sexy today.

  • - Don't you think it's appealing?

  • Oh, this shit is bananas.

  • I like it a bunch. (laughs)

  • - We made a mistake. We made a terrible mistake.

  • Can you get a refund?

  • - Next, we're going to Little India, which is the center for

  • all of the amazing Indian cuisine in Singapore.

  • - Little India is the only place where you can see everybody

  • can sell anything along the roads.

  • - So there's all these, like, floral situations,

  • you can buy, like, edible flowers, all these herbs,

  • you can just walk by, buy sodas, buy goods,

  • it's a super cool, like, street market,

  • bizarre kind of feeling.

  • - Neem leaves, okay?

  • It can be found in India, in the wild.

  • They are also considered to cure colds.

  • - I'm coming off of a cold.

  • - And just chew.

  • It's a bit bitter.

  • - Oh my --

  • Oh, it's the most bitter thing I've ever tasted.

  • - It's like licking a battery.

  • - I think I'll keep my cold.

  • - Wet Market is where, by all the producer,

  • actually being sold, but we have very wet floors. (laughs)

  • That's why it's called "Wet Market."

  • - It's the heart of the banana plant.

  • - [Eugene] Exactly like a grape, but shaped like a...

  • - Thumb.

  • - There's a ton of respect between the different people,

  • the different cultures, the different religions.

  • They're living amongst each other harmoniously,

  • in a way that's really, pretty wonderful to see.

  • - [Ned] All the cuisines and cultures mixed together

  • and they've created something incredibly unique.

  • - [Zach] This biryani is so flavorful,

  • and it's a wet biryani, so normally biryani is, like,

  • a dryer rice, and this is just dense with flavor

  • and endlessly delicious.

  • - Inject that into my veins.

  • - Very good. Definitely puts funyuns to shame.

  • - You know, it's gonna look like a crab,

  • the way you're holding it.

  • - We had these amazing Indian dishes.

  • There's this thing, and it kinda looks like a Greek dessert,

  • and it was also, like, with Indian spices, so delicious.

  • - Whoa, the flavor on that is so good.

  • I like this one more than that one.

  • Maybe that's the secret, you get your insides so hot

  • that you don't realize how humid it is outside.

  • I don't know if the world knows this about me,

  • but I'm a little Indian food slut.

  • I could eat this all day, everyday, for the rest of my life.

  • - It was constant eating, and little Wes was dancing a fool.

  • - [Eugene] Chinatown is really amazing here in Singapore,

  • they have awesome dishes and some really beautiful temples.

  • Singapore's the most religiously diverse city in the world.

  • - [Zach] Durian, if you don't know,

  • is the stinkiest fruit in all the land.

  • - [Ned] Durian is seen in a lot of videos we've done

  • for challenges, but it's been imported.

  • - [Zach] People tell us, "well, you have to have it fresh,

  • it's so much better."

  • - [Ned] So we're gonna give it another shot here.

  • I'm a little worried about how this is gonna go.

  • - How would you describe this smell?

  • Cause I really don't know, it's like...

  • If fruit had a locker room, after they worked out,

  • this is what it would smell like.

  • - As they washed themselves with garlic.

  • - Cheers. - Cheers.

  • - What do you think?

  • - Oh, it's garlic.

  • The initial flavor, very abrasive, it's garlic,

  • but the inside is actually pretty delicious.

  • After you're done cooking your linguine,

  • you take your mango and you just rub it on

  • the bottom of the pan, soak up all that oil and garlic,

  • pop it into your mouth, durian.

  • - [Maggie] So smelly.

  • - [Eugene] (laughs) Keith, are you okay?

  • - Durian's great, but you just have to get it in Singapore.

  • - My breath smells awful.

  • Do not make out after durian.

  • - There's a bittery-ness, too.

  • My wife, just give us a kiss.

  • - No...

  • (laughs)

  • - That's dope. Different video entirely.

  • - [Keith] That's gonna be the thumbnail.

  • - [Eugene] What happened, Maggie?

  • - Zach gave me a peck and it smelt so bad.

  • - I'm so sorry!

  • - No kisses for a week.

  • - Arab Street is a really cool part of the city.

  • Zach, Maggie, and I are gonna try the murtabak there,

  • which is a new favorite dish of ours.

  • - [Zach] It's like a flat, pancake, very flakey pastry,

  • almost like you took the top of a croissant, flattened it,

  • and then put diced onion and meat in the middle.

  • - I'm a third-wheel, I'm a third-wheel in the boat quay,

  • Eugene's a third-wheel -- I'm not a throuple!

  • - Throuple!

  • - You guys can wash your hands together,

  • I'll go for a walk.

  • (japanese music)

  • - Orchids.

  • Or kids!

  • - What time is it, Eugene?

  • It's orchid break time

  • Orchid break

  • You like orchids

  • ♪ I like orchids

  • Or kids

  • Orchids, pink

  • Or black. ♪

  • Yellow, orange, flowers, ♪

  • Sniff 'em, you'll like 'em! ♪

  • We got orchids or kids, ♪

  • And, or adults or kids, ♪

  • all up in your butt. ♪

  • - One of the coolest things in Singapore so far has been

  • seeing the intersection of architecture and nature.

  • There are so many plants everywhere you look.

  • This has to be the greatest city that I've ever been in.

  • Singapore is, like, what you wished the future looked like.

  • - [Keith] There's a high rise that just has

  • a fake boat at the top and it has

  • the longest rooftop infinity pool in the world,

  • which is a crazy view, to, like,

  • look across an infinity pool and just see a skyline.

  • - [Ned] And from the top of Marina Bay Sands,

  • you can also look down through Gardens By The Bay,

  • and the super trees in a lightshow.

  • We kept Wes up a little past his bedtime,

  • but then once the lights came on,

  • he was just like, "wow!"

  • - [Keith] A lot of it was actual Disney songs,

  • which we can't use in this video,

  • so here's a sound-alike, Disney-type, music track

  • that we can use legally.

  • - [Zach] A friend brought us to Newton Circus,

  • which is where they filmed the movie, "Crazy Rich Asians",

  • you know, that dope Hawker scene?

  • She disappears and says,

  • "I'll get you guys a couple bites to eat."

  • She comes back with fourteen dishes.

  • We had chili crab and pepper crab.

  • Pepper crab is, just, a revelation.

  • Whoa, it's so peppery.

  • Peppery!

  • It is just so much black pepper,

  • that the flavor then becomes spicy.

  • - This is so good.

  • And this is just scratching the surface,

  • there's so much more to eat.

  • - I think we're married now.

  • - No, you're not.

  • I married her.

  • Put that ring back on! No!

  • - Wait, does that mean I'm married to Keith?

  • - Yeah.

  • - Sister-husbands.

  • - Okay, I'd get down with that.

  • - One of the things we scheduled here is doing

  • a cooking class where we get to learn how to do

  • some regional cuisine authentically.

  • The dish that we're focusing on here is laksa.

  • Laksa's really one of the most official foods

  • you can get here in Singapore.

  • - [Keith] If you've never had it, the best way

  • I can describe it is, like, ramen meats tom kha,

  • which is the Thai coconut soup.

  • It has this very, like, thick, rich experience,

  • but it also is kind of ramen noodle-y.

  • Super delicious.

  • - [Ned] It really gave me a better appreciation

  • of everything that goes into it.

  • - [Zach] It's such a delicious soup,

  • that someone we ran into was making it as a cocktail.