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Little India

Overview

Location: east of the Singapore River

Area:

Nearest Railhead: Little India MRT station

Nearest Airport: Changi Airport

How to reach: across from Chinatown

Famous for: Temples and shopping areas

Months open: All year

Best time to visit: November - January and June - July

What's Here: Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple, Mustafa Centre, Indian



Introduction

Introduction

Little India is a district in Singapore. It's found east of this Singapore River--around from Chinatown, situated west of the lake --and northwest of Kampong Glam. Both areas are a part of this urban planning region of Rochor. Little India Is Often Called Tekka from the Singaporean Indian community. Little India is the center of existence for Singapore's Indian community. A trip to this buzzing neighborhood is guaranteed to awaken all of your senses. Make sure you travel throughout the multi-colored shop-houses line the roads, the religious chants from the several mosques and temples, or even the pungent scents that exude the night air once the requirement for meals reaches its summit. The color smells and smiles are sub hot and tropical continental, which makes this among the must-visit districts of Singapore.




What to see

1. Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

2. House of Tan Teng Niah

3. Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

4. Mustafa Centre

5. Temple of 1,000 Lights




Details

History

The Little India region is reported to have grown about a former payoff for Indian convicts. Its location across the Serangoon River initially made it appealing for raising cows, and commerce in livestock was prominent in the region. Finally, other action developed, and from the turn of the century, the region started to seem like an area.




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