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An experience for all five senses. Start at the Tekka Centre, a traditional wet market and food court where fresh meat, seafood, vegetables, fruits and dry goods are sold. Cruise down Serangoon Road to find more groceries, restaurants, teahouses...more
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As a woman what I saw of Little India on a late Saturday afternoon I felt quite uncomfortable about the lack of women in the streets and shops, we only saw men, men playing, men chatting, men eating, men shopping for groceries, fruit and vegetables,...More
Probably the only place in Singapore which doesn't feel like Singapore. Mainly because of the crowd & the chaos. Good thing is, if you're looking for authentic Indian stuffs e.g. food, spices, dresses, jewellery etc., you can definitely find here. Nice decorations during Indian festivals
Fascinating place to see, to those who wanted to buy local goods
exotic fruits and vegetables this is the place to be.Well, for me.
There’s so much to see that you get this overwhelming feeling about everything.
Brought my Indian National Friends there to shop and to experience Little India - kinda a home away from home
Feeling. We had a good time and the visit was extra special cos the place was decked with full of Diwali decorations! Beautiful and culturally...More
Very much worth wandering through the narrow streets of little India. Lots of bargains to be had and lots of character. Nice diversion from the glassy, tall buildings of Singapore. Grab some traditional Indian food and take in the colourful buildings.
I love to see the fresh veggies, fruits and flowers selling at the shops. I am attracted by a shop named Pasar Baru, this shop sells lots of wooden and bamboo cutlery. I bought a pair of spoon and fork for salad. The price is...More