Little India stands true to its name.. it is exactly "little india". You can find all sorts of Indian food around, streets are crowded and noisy and you will not miss not being in India :) We stayed at the Parkroyal hotel on the kitchener road; which is a km away from the Little India MRT. The area is very well connected by MRT/ buses and is very convenient for Indians looking for Indian food during their stay; especially for vegetarians. The area is also relatively less expensive than other parts of Singapore. #wintergetaway
If you are in Singapore you definitely have to go to little India and try some food😍 There are plenty of food courts offering dishes of curry. Furthermore there is a big Indian temple that is allowed to enter without wearing shoes.
Some of the houses are really colourful.
Little India is Singapore's Indian community. As a gathering place for Indians, there are many temples, gold shops and colorful buildings. This long-established and bustling community not only displays the vibrant Indian culture, but also has a colorful and original Indian market in Little India.
Little India is best to shoot Chen Dongling's former residence, the most beautiful house in Little India, and the last Chinese house in Little India. Standing in front of this house, you will feel that it seems to have all the colors in the world. Used up. The colorful walls are dazzling and the best background color. No matter what angle you shoot, it makes people feel very bright and sunny.
The cultural collision of Little India
Singapore has many Indian immigrants. Little India is a gathering place for Indian immigrants. It is like walking to India. It is really Indian. There are Indian Divines on the streets. The roadside stalls are selling yellow flowers for worship, and you can smell the fragrance. . There are many gold shops and sari shops on the street.
Little India's buildings are such low-rise houses lined up in a variety of colors, which look colorful and look great. Many tourists come here to take pictures. When we went, it just rained, and the heavy rain made us unable to walk, so we had to take a few photos and left.
Located in the northeastern part of Singapore, Little India is the must-visit attraction if you want to experience local Indian culture.
In the mid 19th century, Little India was a spot where Indian trade took place. Traders hired Indian migrant workers to manage goods and services and subsequently, the area grew into a buzzing district for local Indians to hangout.
Today, there is a mix of Hindu and Chinese temples, mosques and churches located in Little India. It has developed into an epitome of Singapore’s vibrant culture.
In this historic district, olden-day trades sit next to newer businesses. You can find flower-garland vendors, modern eateries, boutique hotels, as well as arts groups. You are also able to observe the joyous celebrations if you visit during the festive season: Deepavali (usually October or November) and Pongal (Mid-January).
Don’t forget to shop as well! The 24-hour shopping mall Mustafa Centre offers everything from electronics to groceries at a cheap and reasonable price.
Indian Heritage Centre
Church of True Light
Abdul Gaffoor Mosque
Wing Seong Fatty's Restaurant
"Southeast Asian""Local Favorite"
Putien Restaurant (Kitchener Road)
Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh (Rangoon Road）
"Southeast Asian""Famous Restaurants"
Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon
Village Hotel Albert Court by Far East Hospitality Singapore (SG Clean)