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Due to the young nature of the country, Singapore does not have its own cuisine. Most of its gastronomy has been adopted from Chinese, Hindu and Malaysian immigrants who have settled in its different neighborhoods. Therefore, most of the dishes available in Singapore are influenced from the traditional cuisine of other countries. One of the best known products is crab, prepared in various ways, although the most popular is chilli crab; along with rice noodles, present as a base in many dishes; and durian, a fruit with a nauseating smell but a sweet taste that, despite being banned in many establishments, is one of the hallmarks of the country. In the city of Singapore you can find fusions of cuisines from all parts of the world, although if something characterizes them all it is that the dishes tend to be spicy.