Seek Blessings at Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple
Tuesday: 05.30 AM- 12.15 PM, 02.30PM- 09.00 PM
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Get to Know Indian Culture at Indian Heritage Center
It's brilliantly placed against the small, colorful shops of Little India, inspired by an Indian stepwell. Once inside, the institution has objects and displays that span four floors and represent the historical relationship between India and Southeast Asia from the 1st century to the current day. It's a great spot to start your day in Little India or to take a break from the heat on a hot day.
Location: 5 Campbell Ln, Singapore 209924
Timings: Tuesdays – Thursdays: 10.00am to 7.00pm
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Take Selfies With The Murals In Little India
Each mural has its name, and acts as prominent landmarks in the precinct. Some of the most popular murals include Alive@Clive, Jasmine Flower, Trishaw Man & Samsui Woman, Kathaka, and Loops of the Precious. If you’re looking for photo opportunities, exploring the murals might just be one of the best things to do in Little India Singapore.
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Stroll around Little India Arcade:
The building is preserved in its near original state, and has now earned a heritage status among locals in Singapore. The area's early colonial architecture makes it even more enticing, making it a favorite destination for travelers looking for a bargain or a memento of their trip to Singapore.
Location: 48 Serangoon Road, Singapore 217959
Timings: 09.00 AM- 10.00 PM on all days
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Pay a Visit to Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple
Its six-tiered 'gopuram,' which was created as part of a refurbishment in the 1960s, is perhaps the most distinctive feature. This 20-meter-high gopuram is adorned with sculptures depicting Lord Vishnu's many forms. When you enter the temple yard, you'll notice a well, which was formerly a stream that provided water to the worshippers.
Location: 397 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218123
Timings: 06.30 AM- 12.00 PM and 06.00 Pm- 09.00 PM
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Shopping at Mustafa Center
The mall differs from a shopping mall in that it does not have a single brand name store, but rather a number of shops or outlets selling various label items under one roof. The jewelry areas, where gold can be purchased for a low price, are one of the primary attractions; the center is also a fantastic spot to buy Asian-inspired presents to take back home. Accessories are fantastic investments, as they are generally handcrafted with an eclectic ethnic flair.
Location: 145 Syed Alwi Road, Little India, Singapore 207704
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See the Architecture of Abdul Gaffoor Mosque
The external walls are adorned with crescent moon and star designs, which are popularly linked with the Islamic faith. The roof parapet is lined with minaret-like features, each topped with a small dome and a half moon. The Arabic-style glass dome, supported by Roman pillars on four ends, is a must-see at Abdul Gafoor Mosque.
Timings: Friday: 08.00 AM- 12.00 PM, 02.30 PM- 08.00 PM
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Take Photos at Tan Teng Niah House
The interiors are not open to the public. However, its stunning colors makes it one of the best photo locations in the area. In fact, a visit to the Tan Teng Niah House is regarded as one of the most popular things to do in Little India Singapore among budget travelers, since taking pictures does not even require a fee. After taking shots of the home, have a biryani dinner in the adjoining courtyard for a very lovely al fresco eating experience.
Location: 37 Kerbau Road, Singapore 219168
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Pray at Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple
The Buddha, also referred as Shakyamuni or Siddhartha Gautama, was the inspiration for the name. Today, with donations of worshippers across generations, the temple has grown both in stature and beauty. The temple stands 15 meters tall and features a 300-ton Buddha statue. The monument is encircled by what appears to be an infinite chain of lights, earning the shrine the nickname "Temple of a Thousand Lights."
Location: 366 Race Course Road, Singapore 218638
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Take a Walk at Serangoon Road:
Walking along Serangoon Road, one comes across innumerable roadside stalls, selling both local food fare and a number of handmade items. While there is no shortage of organized markets in and around Little India, walking across Serangoon Road might be a great way to explore the local neighborhoods, as well as the culture of the place.
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Eat Delicacies at Tekka Center
Although true Indian favorites such as creamy curries are served, Singapore special foods such as duck rice are also available. Dessert should include chi kak kueh, is a delectable sweet dessert consisting of sugared beans. Once you've had your fill, make your way to the upper levels to browse like a native. There are plenty of shopping centers here as well.
Location: 665 Buffalo Rd, Singapore 210665
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Visit the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial
The building was used as the office of the Singapore Indian Development Association until 1993, when it fell into neglect and deterioration. The Hindi Society in the country then rented the building as its office in 2008, and during the next two years, it was refurbished. Today, the Memorial stands as a conserved building, and is among the most revered sites in Little India.
Location: 3 Race Course Lane
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Leong San See Temple
The current temple, which is a preserved structure, was built in 1926. The temple is popular among parents who visit the renovated temple, which contains an altar with a picture of Confucius, to pray for their children's wisdom. vegetarian food is offered to worshippers in the ancestral hall on particular days.
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Enjoy performances at Deepavali
Thousands of Hindu families all across the city—and the world—convert their homes into glowing beacons, exchanging gifts, feasting, and doing puja to deities like Lakshmi. Massive monuments of elephants and peacocks stand are designed and placed across the area. A number of makeshift stalls selling handicrafts are set up around the area as well.
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