Discover Little India Singapore

Further to the north, the Indian and Muslim communities have taken up residence in the Little India and Arab Street neighbourhoods. In the two main streets of Serangoon Road and Arab Street, you can still stroll around guided by the variety of sights and scenes. Among the numerous shops offering Indian goods, silk goods, batiks, sarongs and other fabrics, you cannot help treating yourself to the succulent Tamil specialties.

  •  Little India , Little India and Arab street , Singapore
    Little India and Arab street

    A Hindu temple.

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  •  Little India , A Hindu temple , Singapore
    A Hindu temple

    In the two main arteries that are Serangoon Road and Arab Street, you can let your nose and your curiosity be your guide as you walk around.

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  •  Little India , Pastel-coloured houses , Singapore
    Pastel-coloured houses

    The Indian and Muslim communities have taken up residence in the district with Little India and Arab Street.

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  •  Little India , The prayer of a faithful Hindu , Singapore
    The prayer of a faithful Hindu

    Serangoon Road and Arab Street are the two main arteries of Little India.

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  •  Little India , A Hindu sculpture , Singapore
    A Hindu sculpture

    The Indian district abounds in architectural details typical of India.

    C. Hiltgen/Easyvoyage 2015
  •  Little India , A sign over a tailoring shop , Singapore
    A sign over a tailoring shop

    Among the many shops offering Indian products and stalls with silk, batiks, sarongs and other fabrics, you can stop to enjoy some Tamil specialities.

    C. Hiltgen/Easyvoyage 2015
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