Then I walked through a section of the city on foot and headed to Little India, which is one of the most important blocks to visit today. On the morning of the first day we arrived in Singapore, we visited Chinatown in Niucheshui, and on the morning of the next day we visited Ganbang Gannan Muslim Gathering Area. Today we are visiting the living areas of Hindu residents. On the way, I also saw a monastery marked "Zhenguangtang", a church founded for the local Chinese who use Xinghua dialect. The monastery's tall building, set off by the low houses around it, looks very tall. From the text introduction at the entrance, we can see that this is a church where hard-working people like tricyclists are the main followers. Continuing on is the small India in the northeast of Singapore's central area, which is populated by immigrants from India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan and other South Asian countries. Among them, most of them are Indians, so it is named Little India. It is said that in some festivals, such as Devil's Day and Dabaoshen Festival, it is decorated as a glorious mythological world, as if it is a miniature of India. Entering this area, you can often see Indian women wrapped in saris, who are dazzling with colorful patterns. Their elegance is enhanced by their favorite wearing of gold earrings, necklaces and bracelets. We walked along the colorful streets on both sides. There were many shops here, and most of them were selling Indian-style goods. Of course, there are many Indian delicacies here, but the corresponding is the obvious sense that the health situation in this area is much worse. Many tourists come to Little India to purchase clothing and antiques in the famous bamboo corner market. Because of the time, we did not enter this market area, but mainly for the purpose of viewing the street scenery. Walking in the arcade beside the streets of Little India, there are many shops under the small arcade, and many tailors put sewing machines under the arcade, while Street tailors are also a scenic line. Flower shops seem to be the most popular in this area at the moment. They weave many colorful flowers into a series of garlands, because many believers are going to the Indian temples on the streets to worship the gods of worship, which is a must. Along the way, we saw a small Indian landmark building called the Hindu Temple of Villa Makaria Man. We also saw the Hindu Temple of Sri Niwa Shabelluma not far away, where many believers came to worship. Instead of taking off our shoes and visiting the temple, we enjoyed the special painted doors outside the temple. These Hindu painted doors belong to the typical South Indian architectural style. The towering towers above the doors are decorated with many three-dimensional color gods, including Hindu gods and sacred objects such as bulls and fighters. Under the blue sky, white clouds and sunshine, these inanimate sculptures shine and shine. After viewing the Hindu temples along the main roads of the small Indian region, we also finished our tour of the Hindu residential area and took the subway to leave the small Indian station.
Little India is where Indians live together, just like Chinatown, where Chinese live together. Traffic to Little India is still very convenient. Just get off at Little India by NE. Because the Internet said that the security of the small Indian area would be bad, so I suggest that you still go to play during the day, but I met a few Indians are still very polite. Just out of the subway station, a strong fragrance came on the face. On both sides of the street are colorful houses and stalls selling various Indian handicrafts. Indian music was floating all over the street, and Indian women were choosing their favorite items in gorgeous Salis and bright gold jewelry. Bamboo Foot Market is the most popular place in Little India. Named for the green bamboo forests that once grew. Inside, there is a food center on the first floor, and above the second floor are clothing, cloth and antique stalls. If you want to find some local gadgets, you can visit them. The price is generally lower. Little India also has several exquisite temples and pure temples. Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple and Adukaf Mosque are the representatives. They all have their own strong religious color, which is worth seeing. There are many delicacies in the small Indian region, among which curry is the most representative, but it should be carefully considered if you can't eat spicy food. Indian flying cakes and milk tea are good, you can try them.
Little India is the gathering place of the Indian ethnic group in Singapore. It is just like a miniature of India, so it is called Little India. Especially when some festivals come, the Indian style is more prominent. It is like a glorious fairy tale world. The buildings here are very Indian, and the temples in India are very distinctive. The streets are often dark-skinned Indians. It's really like coming to India to eat Indian lasagna and tea.
This morning I went to India, a small Indian community in Singapore, to find friends to have morning tea (a family of Indian friends). Then I went shopping in India, visited the Indian Cultural Museum and had Indian meals. Singapore is a country that integrates several ethnic groups. For decades, we have learned to respect and tolerate each other. I have some good Indian friends. We have dinner together from time to time. Sometimes we visit their home. Sometimes we come to my home to taste the Chinese food I cook. I like Indian food, especially Indian curry. My Indian friends taught me to cook Indian food. From time to time, I came to India to buy food materials and condiments and cook Indian food for my family or friends. Next I will introduce Indian department stores and Indian cuisine in Little India. Come to Singapore and experience Indian culture, which you may not see at home. Singapore's small India is neatly planned and its streets are clean and bright. Small India in Singapore, you may yearn for a trip to India. A colorful wreath vendor. A two-dimensional Ramakaliamman Indian temple. Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple. A three-chapati (Unfermented Indian Toast). A booth selling fresh Indian fruits and vegetables. Five Indian clothing exhibitions. Six Indian Culture Museum, Singapore. Five India. Traditional dessert figure 8 Grocery stores selling Indian goods and fresh fruits and vegetables
really cool neighborhood with some temples and lots of Indian cuisine restaurants. highly recommend green leaf restaurant.
Take a walk in the streets of Little India, look at buildings, temples, people coming and going. After eating seven or eight special cakes, cabbages and sauces (salty), especially the cake: Recommendation, the Indian street seems to be called a popular restaurant, where lunch is better than imagination! After dinner, I went to the Mustafa Center, one of the most famous shopping malls in Little India. The shopping mall is open 24 hours and all-weather, with good quality, low price and complete variety. Every day, a large number of consumers go to purchase goods. The shopping mall on the fourth floor is a large supermarket and a small commodity market. Before going shopping, I was curious about the plastic bags deposited in the doorway or many people's carts or handheld. I wondered what I bought. When we went in, I didn't think it was also pushed out by car (baby cart). In fact, I did not finish all my time shopping in a hurry. Because I bought too many things, I was afraid that I could not get them. The content I bought was that every floor of Xiaodong Xiaoxi would accumulate a little more than the original one. It's been a long time. Shopping malls are not as tasty as an article once in a while. It feels good!
In Little India, the subway station goes directly to Little India station. After getting off the train, you can walk about 100 meters. Near the subway station is a small Indian dish (mainly cakes), which is said to be well-known. Small India is actually a shopping street, but the most distinctive feature is the buildings in this area, from the shape of the building, to the spray painting, to the things sold in it, or very Indian style. The scene happened to meet a master with paint brushing the wall, it is estimated that this is so often in the repair of paint, so the color is so bright bar ~ a tour of time does not need a lot, it is estimated that an hour to complete. It is suggested to come back near noon in the morning. The shop is not open too early.
It maintains traditional Indian architecture and customs, such as overturning the palette and deliberately raising the saturation. Everything here is red, green and bright. The streets and alleys are full of Indian elements, people with headscarves, women in traditional costumes, and tourists graffitiing on street corners, feel that they have glimpsed the corner of India, a mysterious country. Small India is a gathering area of Indians, like a microcosm of India, which can be reflected in the immigration and development of Indians in Singapore. The history of Indian immigration in Singapore dates back to 1819. Sir Raffles, an important British colonial statesman, sailed to Singapore on a boat with many Indian aides and soldiers. Friendship tips, do not follow the Google map, the most visitors to the building colorful windows are not at the map tips point, down next to the subway station.
To go to Little India is to take pictures. The house is colorful like a palette. The whole street is full of strong Indian spices. It's a hot day. It's said that it's a place for Indian men to relax. It's better not to go on weekend nights. You need to take off your shoes and socks when you enter the church! It's very beautiful inside.
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