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Visitors who enjoy a little bargaining will find it here among the historic shops selling textiles, perfume and more. Along with traditional Muslim food offerings, some Western restaurants have settled into the area, creating a Singaporean blend of...more
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This area of Singapore is next door to the Sultan Mosque and well worth the time to visit. Enjoy a taste of the Arab culture with a number of shops selling a variety of Middle eastern products as well as coffee shops, cafes and hookla...More
On route of red city bus one can enjoy Malaysian cuisine, dresses, Islamic attire, gifts and delicious Moosh Ice cream.
There is also a Masjid on the premises for holy visit but suitable dressing is required.
Can be reached by MRT.
Many shops to visit...More
This area for Singapore was my favorite. It was unpretentious and had lots of variety in shops and restaurants. At night the narrow alleyways were alive with colourfully light pubs and restaurant patios and shops were open late with lots of stylish fashion and accessories....More
Lots of shops and a busy place in the evening, but honestly, not much to be seen.
A few places to get a Turkish coffee, the Mosque is impressive and in its own style offer quite a contrast with the rest of the Singapore architecture....More
I love strolling down Arab street looking at the beautiful fabrics and rugs, Middle Eastern glass lamps and textiles at Dilip Textiles (their scarves and table linens are truly amazing and the customer service unparalleled). Have a dress made to emulate your favorite red-carpet look....More
Arab Street is located in the middle of the Haji Lane, Sultan Mosque, and the surrounding conclave of shophouses, art centers and tourist businesses. There are Arab food choices and souvenirs. If you decide to come visit, take a little time exploring the conclave around...More