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Little India

Serangoon Road, Singapore, Singapore
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Half-Day Little India Tour from Singapore
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Serangoon Road, Singapore, Singapore
Little India
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Little India is a favorite neighborhood of mine as I spent six plus years in Singapore, Mustapha and local eateries are great for shopping and food. We always enjoy eating dosia and idli at various places. Walk around the streets and paths near the Indian...More

Thank Marie M
Reviewed 5 days ago

During my week long Singapore trip, there is no day that I didn't visit Little India. Right from flowers, temples, gold, Indian restaurants, agarbatti, water, fresh vegetable market and many more small house hold things are available here. It is easily accessible by MRT as...More

Thank Sush76
Reviewed 5 days ago

It a bit congested area. To much people running from here and there. Good for shopping and quick food. Overall average

Thank Vishal11718
Reviewed 5 days ago

You have to visit Little India when you visit Singapore, The streets are a bustle with shops, eating houses (they call them restaurants) but the informal and unconventional way of dinning is a great experience, eating of banana leaves, the aromas and color of the...More

Thank 924gabrielp
Reviewed 6 days ago

You will sometimes forget you're in Singapore everything looks, feels and smell India. From the shops lining the streets, with Indian music playing on the background, the flowers and colorful sari's will make you feel that you are really in India. Don't forget to eat...More

Thank Phie C
Reviewed 6 days ago

We easily got here on MRT. Walking around the town with everything Indian from the small groceries store to the cinema. The people here reserve their culture pretty well and all the religious elements are worshiped sacredly. Yet, the people might be slightly conservative when...More

Thank Tony L
Reviewed 1 week ago

You literally feel like you're in India as soon as you step into Serangoon. It feels like home in every way. The lights, people, decorations, shops, warm smiles and food. It is a popular spot for tourists too. Loved it and it's really nice to...More

2  Thank Vaaridhi
Reviewed 1 week ago

I think 'Little India' gets lumped in with its adjacent 'Chinatown' as a standard stop for tourists visiting Singapore. My partner and I followed this formula recently. On the positive side we enjoyed a lunch in one of the restaurants. `On the negative side I...More

1  Thank Rowan H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wandering down Sarangoon Road is a thrill any time of day. The footpaths are generally packed as shoppers peruse the many small shops spilling onto the street. Stores selling a variety of consumer goods: clothes, bags, footwear and electronics line this thoroughfare interspersed with eateries...More

Thank Dan M
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you set your step in evening at this place believe me you need to to come to India to see. I feel realy like home. I never felt like i am in Singapore. A lot of eating options are available but food is not...More

Thank KalimSiddiqui
Little India
With a strong local Indian community, this pocket of
Singapore can feel like another place and time. Wander
past traditional barbershops while local residents in
brightly coloured saris patronize retailers from
decades past. Peruse streets lined with colourful
shops as the aroma of curry tempts you to indulge.
Listen to the Bollywood music echoing from storefronts
and take in the stalls selling bright flowers,
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By What time do the shops open? Planning to visit Little India and Arab street in the morning followed by zoo in the afternoon and night safari following it. Does the plan sounds good? Also Is Little India and Arab Street open on all days including Sundays?
3 April 2017|
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Response from Moshe054 | Reviewed this property |
Shops are open at 9 Some even earlier They are open all week
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Do stores and restaurants accept credit card? Where to go to exchange your dollar ? Do we need to pay mostly cash or credit cards will do ?
15 March 2017|
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Response from David B | Reviewed this property |
Most of the larger restaurants in Little India accept credit cards. Some of the small business do not.
is it good to look for hotels in little india after getting there or book in advance
18 February 2017|
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Response from Angela M | Reviewed this property |
It's probably easier to book one in advance, especially for your first night. If you want to change hotels after you get there you can always either walk in and see if a hotel has availability or book online.