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14 Best Bak Chang Delivery And Takeaway For Dragon Boat Festival

5th June 2023

Bak chang delivery in Singapore

The annual Dragon Boat Festival is coming up soon, on 22 June this year. Whether you’re celebrating with family at home or hosting friends for a meal, bookmark this list of bak chang delivery services to ensure you get your fill of these lovely rice dumplings sent right to your doorstep. Most of these places offer free pickup!

1. Bee Cheng Hiang 

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Bee Cheng Hiang may be most known for their bak kwa, but they’ve also cleverly incorporated the barbecued pork snack into their bak zhang for the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival. There’s the Gourmet Bakkwa Rice Dumpling ($7.80), which comes with sweet bak kwa, shiitake mushroom, and chestnut, wrapped in aromatic glutinous rice. Alternatively, go for the Mala Bakkwa with Peanut Rice Dumpling ($7.20) if you love spicy food.

If you’re out to impress, get the Applewood Iberico Rice Dumpling ($15), a premium rendition made with the brand’s finest bak kwa made with Applewood Marbled Iberico Pork and salted egg yolk.

You can shop the dumplings online at Bee Cheng Hiang’s website, or across the outlets islandwide.

Website | Full list of outlets
Bee Cheng Hiang is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. Thye Moh Chan


Teochew pastry shop Thye Moh Chan, in celebration of its 80th anniversary this year, has prepared an irresistible range of bak chang to mark the Dragon Boat Festival. The selection includes their well-loved Teochew Double Delight Bak Chang ($6.80) and Teochew Salted Egg Bak Chang ($6.80), along with the new Teochew Vegetarian Chang ($6.80): sweet dried radish, mushrooms, and mutton mock meat.


Each dumpling is hand-wrapped in bamboo leaves and slow-cooked for up to three hours to ensure the dumplings are plump and moist. The bundle will be available for sale at all Thye Moh Chan, BreadTalk, and Toast Box stores until 22 June 2023. Each bundle will also come with a complimentary limited-edition bag!

Website | Full list of outlets
Thye Moh Chan is not a halal-certified eatery.

3. Joo Chiat Kim Choo

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For handmade rice dumplings that are made from scratch daily, head to Joo Chiat Kim Choo, an award-winning homegrown business that has lasted through the generations. You won’t go wrong with their traditional Nonya Rice Dumpling ($6.50), a sweet version consisting of minced lean pork and winter melon strips, paired with sticky rice. For something more premium, order the Emperor’s Rice Dumpling ($18.80) to share. This bak zhang contains a slew of ingredients including premium braised pork, dried scallops, lup cheong, and salted egg yolk, all cooked with a secret blend of 22 spices.

You can get the rice dumplings from Joo Chiat Kim Choo stalls or Joo Chiat Kim Choo’s official website.

Address: 7 Enterprise Road, Singapore 629819
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9pm
Tel: 6272 5743
Joo Chiat Kim Choo is not a halal-certified eatery.

4. Min Jiang

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Goodwood Park Hotel’s Cantonese and Sichuanese restaurant Min Jiang has some unique bak chang flavours in their lineup this year, such as the Steamed ‘Kee Zhang’ With D24 Durian Dip ($12 for three), which features a moist rice dumpling served with a rice durian paste on the side. If you’re more into old-school styles, go for the Classic Hokkien-style Dumpling ($14 for two), a fan favourite consisting of pork belly, shiitake mushrooms, chestnut, dried shrimps, shallots, and salted egg yolk. 

These handcrafted dumplings are available for both dine-in and takeaways at Min Jiang, and Min Jiang at Dempsey. Delivery pre-orders can also be placed at The Deli or via The Deli Online Shop from now until 19 June 2023.

Address: 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 2:30pm, 6:30pm to 10:30pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 12:30pm, 1pm to 2:30pm, 6:30pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6730 1786
Min Jiang is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant

Image credit: Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium

Wow your family with Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant’s latest creation: Abalone & Cumin Pork Rice Dumpling ($29.80). This unique bak chang is packed with cumin-spiced pork and abalone for a tantalising combination of sweet, savoury, and earthy.

Those with a sweet tooth will also enjoy the Xin’s Signature Red Lotus Seed Paste Dumpling served with Osmanthus Sauce ($13.80), also known as kee chang. The sweet dumpling features creamy lotus paste, chestnuts, and gingko nuts, accompanied by a honeyed dipping sauce for extra richness. 

Order from now till 19 June 2022, with a lead time of at least three days. Self-collection and delivery are available until 22 June 2022.

Address: 317 Outram Road, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, Singapore 169075
Opening hours: Wed-Fri 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am to 1pm, 1:15pm to 3pm, 5:30pm to 9:30pm
Tel: 3138 2531
Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery.

6. Peach Blossoms

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Image credit: Peach Blossoms

Peach Blossoms at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay is pulling out all the stops this year with their bak chang collection. A special mention is the traditional ‘Hakka’ Kurobuta Pork Belly Rice Dumpling ($28.80+), featuring succulent Kurobuta pork belly with fermented beancurd, Japanese flower mushroom, dried shrimp, chestnut, and salted egg yolk. For something more unconventional, check out their Hokkaido Sweet Potato ‘Lava’ Rice Dumpling ($20.80+). Slice through it to reveal a molten purple sweet potato custard centre, surrounded by blue-tinted butterfly pea glutinous rice.  

Peach Blossoms is offering a limited-time promotion of 20% off all items from 12 May until 31 May 2023, and 15% off from 1 June until 22 June 2023. The handcrafted rice dumplings are available for sale at Peach Blossoms or can be ordered directly on their eShop.

Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore 039594
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm to 3pm, 6:30pm to 10pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 3pm, 6:30pm to 11pm
Tel: 6845 1118
Peach Blossoms is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Hai Tien Lo

Image credit: Hai Tien Lo 

Award-winning Cantonese restaurant Hai Tien Lo’s Traditional Jumbo Rice Dumpling with Abalone ($40) is a must-order if you’re hosting friends or family this year. This massive bak chang feeds a party of four to six, and comes with pork belly, whole abalone, chestnuts, salted egg yolk, green beans, lotus seeds, and glutinous rice. There’s also the Szechuan Mala Chicken Rice Dumpling ($20), which takes reference from the famous Chong Qing dish, and the orh nee-inspired Teochew Dumpling with Yam Paste and Gingko Nuts ($10) if you’re craving a sweet treat.

Address: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Pan Pacific Singapore, Singapore 039595
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 2:30pm, 6pm to 10pm
Tel: 6826 8240
Hai Tien Lo is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. Resorts World Sentosa 

rws-bak-changImage credit: Resorts World Sentosa 

For an unforgettable Dragon Boat Festival celebration, check out Resorts World Sentosa’s (RWS) Deluxe Dumpling Set ($128), which comes with five special dumplings packed in an eco-friendly box. These bak chang are created by five master chefs from various restaurants.

One highlight is the Peruvian Duck Juane Dumpling, crafted based on the exotic flavours of El Juane, a Peruvian dumping. Its unique aroma comes from South-American spices, coriander, purple potatoes, and its banana-leaf wrapping. There’s also the Thai Sweet Potato and Coconut Dumpling, a Siamese-inspired number made with sweet potato, pandan leaves, lotus seeds, taro, and coconut flesh.

Pre-order on-site at Hotel Michael’s lobby until 22 June 2023.


9. Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant

wan-hao-chinese-restaurant-dragonboat-festivalImage credit: Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant

Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant at Singapore Marriot Tang Plaza Hotel is here to impress with their assortment of five different rice dumplings, featuring a mix of traditional Cantonese-style fillings such as pork belly and salted egg yolk, as well as modern flavours with a local touch.

Highlights include the 5-Head Abalone With Karasumi & Iberico Pork ($30) and Oolong Tea Smoked Roasted Irish Duck ($20), alongside best-sellers such as Signature Pork & Salted Egg ($22). There’s also the Cordyceps Flower & Purple Glutinous Rice ($18), a plant-based option for your vegetarian guests.

Pre-order the rice dumplings online from now until 22 June 2023.

Address: 320 Orchard Road, Singapore 238865
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm
Tel: 6831 4605
Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery.

10. Madame Fan

madame-fan-dragonboat-festivalImage credit: Madame Fan

Crafted by executive Chinese chef Pak Chee Yit, Madame Fan’s artisanal rice dumplings are available in three new flavours that are sure to delight gourmands everywhere. Each bak chang is enveloped in velvety glutinous rice and packed with premium ingredients. A highlight is the Chaoshan Sweet & Savoury Rice Dumpling ($48): kurobuta pork belly, parma ham, salted egg yolk, dried shrimp, Chinese sausage, and chestnut. There’s also the XO Abalone & Hokkaido Dried Scallop Rice Dumpling ($48), which sees the bak chang stuffed with abalone and scallops, as well as a dessert alternative, the Candied Jujube & Red Bean Vegetarian Rice Dumpling ($28).

You can also get them as a set with Madam Fan’s house-made XO sauce for $118. To order, email dining.reservations@thencoclub.com before 22 June 2023.

Address: 32 Beach Road, The NCO Club, Singapore 189764
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm to 2:30pm, 6pm to 10pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 3:30pm, 6pm to 10pm
Tel: 6818 1921
Madame Fun is not a halal-certified eatery.

11. Yan Ting

yan-ting-bak-changImage credit: Yan Ting

The team of master chefs at Cantonese fine-dining restaurant Yan Ting have come together to craft a series of luxurious glutinous rice dumplings, which are available for dine-in, takeaway, and delivery.

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The Abalone and Golden Dried Scallop Dumplings ($41) is sure to impress mum, dad, or your in-laws, starring roast duck, pork belly, chestnut, salted egg yolk, and shiitake mushrooms. The Truffle Mushroom Rice Dumplings With Multigrain ($20) is another healthy alternative, which sees shiitake mushrooms and chesnuts held together by glutinous rice, encased within fragrant bamboo leaves. Otherwise, try the Pork Belly And Salted Egg Yolk Dumplings ($24), a timeless classic filled with luscious egg yolk and tender braised pork belly.

Delivery and takeaway orders can be placed online at their website from now until 22 June 2023.

Address: 29 Tanglin Road, The St. Regis Singapore, Singapore 247912
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm to 2:30pm, 6pm to 10:30pm, Sat-Sun 10:30am to 3pm, 6pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6506 6887
Yan Ting is not a halal-certified eatery.

12. Swensen’s

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Granted, this isn’t your typical bak chang, but Swensen’s Rice Dumpling Ice Cream is sure to impress your guests—young or old. The refreshing dessert comes in an all-new Genmaicha ($8.80) flavour, and is handcrafted to resemble the real deal complete with a wrapping of “bamboo leaves” secured with a “woven string”. It’s even dusted with shimmery gold dust for a touch of luxe.

If you missed out on Swensen’s Pulut Hitam Rice Dumpling Ice Cream ($8.80) last year, you’ll be glad to know that it’s also made a comeback. Cut into the dessert to reveal a purple interior speckled with black glutinous rice bits––reminiscent of the sticky rice dessert in traditional bak chang form. The pulut hitam ice cream also houses a decadent salted egg yolk chocolate bon bon, which offers a sweet-savoury punch when you bite into it.

The dumpling ice cream is available for dine-in and takeaway at all Swensen’s and Earle Swensen’s outlets from now until 22 June 2023. You can also order them from the Swensen’s online store.

Website | Full list of outlets
Swensen’s is a halal-certified eatery.

13. Din Tai Fung

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Specially air-flown from Taiwan, Din Tai Fung’s iconic Red Bean Rice Dumpling is back in Singapore for a limited time! Available at $6.80 per piece, the frozen dumplings are made using pearl glutinous rice with mashed red bean pasted nestled within the chewy morsel. It’s also wrapped in bamboo leaves and moulded into a bamboo shape for even steaming.

The Red Bean Rice Dumpling is available at all Din Tai Fung outlets for takeaway until 25 June 2023. Alternatively, you can place an order online and receive a complimentary insulated bag.

Website | Full list of outlets
Din Tai Fung is not a halal-certified eatery.

14. Dian Xiao Er

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For traditional bak chang lovers, head over to Dian Xiao Er for decadent rice dumplings made the original way. Tuck into the meaty goodness of the Traditional Salty Pork Dumpling ($7.90+), or enjoy the sweet-savoury flavours of the Nyonya Pork Dumpling ($7.90+) instead. You can also mix and match the flavours in a bundle of five for $36.90+, and enjoy 20% off Dian Xiao Er’s signature chilli sauce with any bundle purchase.

The rice dumplings are available for takeaway at all Dian Xiao Er outlets until 22 June 2023.

Website | Full list of outlets
Dian Xiao Er is not a halal-certified eatery.

Best rice dumplings for Dragon Boat Festival

For those panicking over where to find bak chang for your family’s Dragon Boat Festival this year, or if you just adore these zong zi to the moon and back, we hope that our list of bak chang delivery services will be of help to you in one way or another.

If you are looking for more types of food delivery services, check out our guide to durian delivery services in Singapore. For something more savoury, read our guide to sandwich stalls offering delivery services too!

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Feature image adapted from Hai Tien Lo, Dian Xiao Er, Swensen’s Singapore, Din Tai Fung, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, and Goodwood Park Hotel

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