Looking around for your native Indian friends, Little India is possibly the centre of life for Indian community.
A visit to this buzzing neighbourhood with multicoloured shop houses and spiritual chants from mosques and temples, louds from vendors is sure to awaken your senses.
The colours, smile, smell, and the climate give you an authentic tour of India, making this a must -visit district.
Things to do in Little India Singapore
To explore the mix of Hindu and Chinese temples, mosques and churches, head to Serangoon road and neighbouring streets.
Soak in the spiritual aesthetics at Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, possibly Little India’s busiest and prettiest temple.
Experience a feast of colours, sounds, sights and things at Little India Arcade.
Kindle your passion of art, culture, and history at the Indian Heritage Centre.
Don't miss out on the Mustafa Centre, 24-hour mall that sells everything from jewelry to groceries.
Taste the authentic experience at open-air Tekka Centre- Home to a hawker centre selling street food.
Interesting facts about Little India Singapore.
Little India was originally the playground of the British.
The Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple was once known as the Soonambu Kambam Kovil, Tamil, which translates to ‘temple at the lime village’ - referencing the many lime kilns in the area at that time.
The Mustafa Centre has an astonishing 75,000+ items over its four levels and attracts around 15,000 visitors every weekend.