Kampong Glam in Singapore is definitely the place where the arts and crafts must control the cards. Hidden in the alleys of the forks, colored walls, all kinds of graffiti murals full of love ~
first saw the words of the Gallery, but also stupid to ask passers-by this Kampong Glam Where is the art exhibition, in fact, this whole alley is an open-air art exhibition. Look carefully at each graffiti next to the name and annotation of the work.
Location: From the Sultan Mosque to the small traders, a small alley on the left hand side
play time reference: the small alley is not long, count the photo time 30min enough ~ / There is also a special net red coffee shop called % next to hh/
Kampong Glam is a Muslim settlement in Singapore, a local Muslim faith center. Before the arrival of the British, Singapore was under the rule of the Malay royal family, when Kampong Glam was the activity center of the Malay royal family. Later, the Arabs came here to do business. Nowadays, they are still full of Arab-style exoticism, which gives us the feeling of "One Thousand and One Nights". The
Sultan Mosque is the most spectacular mosque in Singapore, and the golden domes are so dazzling in the distance and in front of the mosque.
There is a street in front of the mosque, which is listed as a heritage reserve with the church because of the unique architectural style of the houses on the street. The best location for photographing the mosque is also located on this street, which allows you to take a panoramic view and is a great place to leave a photo of the tourists.
There are many Arabic-style objects here. The various rattan products are exquisite and practical. The Arabic carpets are very good for buying or giving away, and the rich Arabic perfume is unique. The things here are like the treasures that came out of "One Thousand and One Nights", but the price is not expensive, and the price is cheap.
Singapore is a multicultural country. Many cultural districts are more distinctive. Some cultural districts even have the feeling of crossing, such as Kampong Glam.
Kampong Glam is Singapore's Muslim Cultural District, also known as the Malay Cultural District, which is full of churches, shops, cafes, restaurants, museums, mosques, etc. On the streets of
Kampong Glam, you can see many shops selling Muslim clothing and headscarves. Because Malay Muslims and Muslims in the Middle East have similar customs, tourists can find the feeling of being in the Middle East in Kampong Glam. The business atmosphere of the Middle East in Dubai and other places is very similar, often giving tourists a kind of going a fake. The illusion of Singapore.
In Kampong Glam, you can buy ethnic Nyonya costumes, and the Arabian-style lighting store is the most eye-catching store, especially when the staff lights up, the room is full of dazzling, The picture is shocking!
Kampong Glam is full of Muslim aesthetic style buildings. The graffiti on some exterior walls is particularly eye-catching. These graffiti are colorful and rich in content. They are the most popular photo background boards. Many tourists like to stand. Beside the graffiti, leave your own tourist card photo. There is a Malay Traditional Culture Hall next to the
Kampong Glam Mosque, which fully displays the Malay customs and ethnic culture. The building is elegant in style and itself is a beautiful landscape.
Singapore has an area called Kampong Glam. There is a very famous Mosque, Malaysian Cultural Museum and a colorful street here. In this community, you will run into a lot of Malaysian and some Arabic folks. Not only are buildings in Kampong Glam colored with different colors on the outer walls, even the doors, windows and hallway poles are decked out according to the owner’s preferences. The biggest advantage about these buildings is that they come with hallways and you can run it to shield yourself against the sun and rain. Kampong Glam has a lot of unique handicrafts shops, selling all kinds of Muslim clothing and accessories. This includes the gowns, scarves, carpets and lighting fixtures. Here you can find some really unique and classic Nyonya costumes.
The inner alleys will lead you to a number of bourgeois area, where you can find many specialty food stalls, restaurants, cafes and bars. Lots of foreigners love coming here to have a break.
In some areas you can see many artistic graffiti, and here they are really fun and rich in content. Many are highly symbolic in many ways.
Be sure not to miss Kampong Glam if you are visiting Singapore!
Kampong Glam is a Muslim settlement in Singapore, located northeast of Bugis subway station, adjacent to Victoria Street, Jln Sultan and Beach Road. If you arrive here during Ramadan, you will find snack stalls and cultural performances everywhere, especially at night. From the beginning of Ramadan to Eid al-Fitr, Kampong Glam is the perfect choice to experience Islamic culture and festive atmosphere.
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