While Singapore tourist places are all about modern day culture, ultra-modern monuments, and buildings, advanced architects, and nature-friendly parks, there’s also a traditional and cultural side of the city. But the culture isn’t about Singapore. Instead, it’s about India. A mini India exists in this city where, once you step into, you will get a wide exposure to India and its glorious culture.
Once the mini India market boomed with Indian people who used to trade Indian products, worship Hindu gods and goddesses, sold Indian spicy foods, and exhibited their culture. However, with time, a lot of it has lost. The good thing, however, is the fact that mini India still exists and you can get an experience of your life once you step into the Serangoon road.
Mini India is now a vibrant district exhibiting Indian culture. People mainly come here for the famous Indian cuisines, north Indian and South Indian dishes. The place also has Chinese and Hindu temples, which would expose you to the religious side of India.
Highlights: Mini India is famous for its foods and Indian culture. Some of the famous shops in the district include traditional sari shops, goldsmith shops, and etc. the main festival in this region is Diwali when the streets light up with eye-catching colourful lights.
Mini India is situated in the Serangoon road and in the neighbouring streets.
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