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title: Serangoon Road  Little India  Singapore

Serangoon Road, Little India, Singapore

In Little India, amidst the cacophony of sounds, vibrant colours and multitude of smells is the veritable array of shopping experiences. For more cherishing memories do drop by the Mustaffa Centre (Syed Alwi Road), Sri Ganesh Textiles, Jothi Store, Abiramme Jewellers, Orchid Pharma, Cleebration of Art, Anantha Ayurvedic Healthcare, Amrita Ayurvedic, Serangoon Travels and Halal Foods. And working out which restaurant to satisfy would your curry cravings in Little India, is awesomely confusing ...

title: India town and market in Singapore

India town and market in Singapore

title: Little India  Singapore

Little India, Singapore

Serangoon Road, the heart of Little india, serves as the centre of commercial, cultural and religious activities for both the local and foreign Indian community in Singapore. It one of the most historic road built in Singapore, serving as a highway between the town housing and the Serangoon harbour in the northeast. It was the life around Serangoon Road that had led to the Indian community respire and grow around it. Serangoon Road was described in an 1828 map of Singapore as "The Road ...

title: India town and market in Singapore

India town and market in Singapore

title: TATOO artist in india town

TATOO artist in india town

title: India town and market in Singapore

India town and market in Singapore

title: TATOO artist in india town

TATOO artist in india town

title: Temples and Centres  Little India  Singapore

Temples and Centres, Little India, Singapore

Little India houses several Hindu temples, mosques, and other place of worship include Foochow Methodist Church, Kampong Kapor Methodist Church, Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, Angullia Mosque, Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple, Jalan Mosque, and the Central Sikh Gurdwara. While in this cultural enclave, don’t pass up the opportunity to dine in one of the many well-established restaurants like Komala Villas ...

title: Little India  Singapore

Little India, Singapore

Singapore is a city-state in Southeast Asia which is one of the world's most prosperous countries in the world. Singapore is a modern, wealthy city with a mixture of Chinese, Malay and Indian influences and a tropical climate, with delicious food, good shopping and exciting nightlife. Singapore is also the world's busiest port and this Garden City makes a great stopover or springboard into the region. Singapore is a modern city which embraces economic progress ...

title: India town and market in Singapore

India town and market in Singapore

title: TATOO artist in india town

TATOO artist in india town

title: The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple  Singapore

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Singapore

As a religion, Buddhism was introduced in modern-day Singapore primarily by migrants from across the world and especially India over past centuries. The first recorded histories of Buddhism in Singapore can be marked in the early days' monasteries and temples such as Thian Hock Keng and Jin Long Si Temple. These were the ones built by settlers that ...

title: Little India  Singapore

Little India, Singapore

Little India, one of the oldest district of Singapore today is very much a community unto itself. Residents are able to live, work, shop and enjoy their recreational hours almost exclusively within the district’s borders. For international tourists and local visitors alike, it is the lively, colourful, fast-paced and exciting face of the community that makes Little India particularly attractive. Little India has a ...

title: India town and market in Singapore

India town and market in Singapore

title: Serangoon Road  Little India  Singapore

Serangoon Road, Little India, Singapore

The markets of Little India are a worth visit. Like the Tekka Market on Seranggon Road (It is believed that that the name “Serangoon” comes from the Malay phrase, Serang dengan gung, meaning to scare away with gongs) is an outrageously amazing place to fight your hunger. Tekka Market has been the heart and soul of Little India since the early days, when the ...

title: Little India  Singapore

Little India, Singapore

Singaporean food is legendary, with bustling hawker centres and 24-hour coffee shops offering cheap food from all parts of Asia, and shoppers can bust their baggage allowances in shopping centres like Orchard Road and Suntec City. Even Little India can make you relish your taste buds with its immense variety of sweets and food. In recent years some societal ...

title: Little India  Singapore

Little India, Singapore

Unlike the other two major districts Chinatown (Chinese) and Kampong Glam (Malay) of Singapore, Little India was never a designated ethnic area. Instead, it simply evolved over time and, as a result of a number of factors, it became an urban focal point now populated by much of the local Indian population. Today, few members of other ethnic groups live in Little India, a district that was given ...

title: Singapore

Singapore

Singapore may be young but it has an arts heritage that stems from the great ancient cultures of the East. On the streets or in galleries, you will find cultural expressions that reflect the arts and art forms of China, Malaysia, and India. Mixed with regional and Western sensibilities, what has emerged is a contemporary and constantly evolving take on ...

title: India town and market in Singapore

India town and market in Singapore

title: Cinema On Wheels  Little India  Singapore

Cinema On Wheels, Little India, Singapore

Little India of Singapore is indeed a little India in every possible way. Its has an amazing tint of Indian culture and its tradition. Like the “cinema on wheels” .The "cinema on wheels" or the miniature movie show was mounted on wheels and the owner of the "cinema on wheels" would cycle along the streets. This was popular with children and for five cents or 20 cents, the children could watch a 50 ft. film or a 200 ...

title: Chinatown  Singapore

Chinatown, Singapore

After recording Chinese population in 1819, Chinatown plan was initiated in 1822, by Stamford Raffles (later Sir Stamford) of the British East India Company with a motive of shaping it along economic lines as wealthy Asians were free to choose their residential areas; within their ethnic area or in the European Town. Generally speaking, Chinatown covers Kreta Ayer, Telok Ayer, Tanjong Pagar and Bukit Pasoh. Today, most of the original structures had ...

title: Little India  Singapore

Little India, Singapore

Little India is the largest district to house majority of Indian population. A bustling shopping area with its flowers, gold bangles, natural fragrance, heena tattoos, street food, is also hidden in the heart of Singapore’s Indian district, The Little India Arcade is the place to go for authentic Indian food, music and fashion. More Mumbai or Delhi than Singapore, this cultural hub is ...

title: India town and market in Singapore

India town and market in Singapore

title: Little India  Singapore

Little India, Singapore

Little India has emerged as one of the most successful districts of Singapore. Well its one of the oldest too and several reasons contributed to the development of Little India and the influx of Indians into this district. First was the fact that Little India was an excellent area for cattle rearing, located on fertile land near the Rochor River. It was the cattle ...