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Little India

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Little India

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Escape the crowds on land and see Singapore at the most magical time of day during a sunset sailing cruise. A romantic experience that’s ideal for couples, this tour provides a different perspective of the modern metropolis from the water, and include free-flowing soft drinks and snacks. Alcoholic drinks can be purchased onboard.
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John Jackson wrote a review Sep 11
Singapore, Singapore851 contributions43 helpful votes
It is always a good walk around there. Full of colors and history! A lot of food and shopping places around that area and It is always open! Take a long walk and dont forget to bring a fully charged camera! Cheers!
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Date of experience: September 2020
anita s wrote a review Jul 2020
Krasnodar, Russia24 contributions1 helpful vote
A very special place in Singapore that every tourist must visit. The place where you can find everything and especially indian food for any taste. Very colourful area with lots of shops and restaurants, best place to buy gold. Those who are hunting for spicies, Little India is the a perfect place to go! There is a huuuuge indian store - Mustafa centre- with tons of different products (from food to candies and clothes to souvenirs and accessories) and for the best, cheapest prices! And its open 24/7! Little india is quite noisy place and of course you have to be careful for pick-pockets (as everywhere around the world) even thoug Singapore is concidered as one of the most safest places in the world. Also its smelly and very unusual for those who is not used for dirt and aromas. As there are lots of restaurants, the smell of curry and turmeric will be all over :-) As well as indian aroma sticks. But if your are looking for the opposite side of Singapore and for some exotic-its the place to be. There are several temples and even an Indian heritage centre. At Little India Arcade you will find an awesome collection of shophouses -best place to buy souvenirs and different indian products. Even at night the Little India is never empty. Actually totally opposite-it is full of locals and tourists who came to seek for some exotic experience in a glamour Singapore. The only problem that you can face in the middle of the night (and most likely even at day time) is catching a taxi. First of all the crowds are so big that the supply of taxis are lower than a demand from travellers. Secondly-not every taxi will agree to take you to a specific area of the city as usually they are on the way and home and will agree to take an order only if its on the way... Yes, yes, I'm very serious. Taxi drivers are very spoiled in Singapore and they are getting very good salary so they can afford to choose.. Several times we faced this problem. There is a metro station right at the entrance to the area so if you leave somewhere nearby then its the best and fastest way to get there. And cheapest. Actually wanna add that Singapore metro is smth worth to take a ride in at least once. Other than that, Little India is an amazing place to visit!
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Date of experience: August 2019
Jeffry b wrote a review Jul 2020
Essendon, Australia5,884 contributions1,213 helpful votes
Little India is a colourful place. You can also get hard-to-fiind spices and other Indian goods. It's a 'must see' in Singapore. Singapore has a large Indian population, dating from colonial times. IThe Indian are one of the largest ethnic groups in Singapore. Money changing is an old Indian specialty. The often give better rates than the banks.
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Date of experience: June 2020
Chelsea B wrote a review Jul 2020
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom1,736 contributions458 helpful votes
With a strong Indian population and a huge plethora of Indian shops and restaurants around you really felt like you could be in India itself. I sometimes didn't find that it was as clean as other areas that we visited throughout our trip and litter seemed to be a big problem but there was never a time when I felt unsafe there. 
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Date of experience: August 2019
LightPacker224890 wrote a review Jun 2020
Guildford, United Kingdom15 contributions
Some great colourful buildings and nice food in the market but it's the polar opposite of singapore. Dirty, smelly and full of staring men. As a couple even I was uncomfortable seeing just about every man simply staring at my other half as we walked down the road. It's like stepping back in time and not in a good way. Good for a quick 30min look around but you won't miss out on much if you don't go.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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