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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
Great vibe and lovely to walk around H Lane, shop and chill. The mosque is beautiful and definitely worth a visit. If you feel like Middle Eastern food there are a number of options. The Arab quarter was not as busy as China Town or...More
This is certainly a hidden gem with live music and a great atmosphere. Went here with a few colleagues after work and had a great nights craic. Narrow streets with brightly coloured fronts, a must for a couple of hours if you're in town.
If you expect to find arabs there you will be dissapointed! Probably it was named for arabs situated in the area sometimes ago right after the British colonization of the island or maybe they rather meant Muslims street or area. It's a nice area with...More
Fun place with lots of shopping. They have a lot of Turkish shops so if you like Turkish hand painted tiles, lamps, bowls and plates then this is the place for you. Lot of good food options and you can walk to the Singapore Flyer...More
CYC+CG ( 18.07.15 )
My family visited this area on our way go Sultan Mosque. The way to mosque was shorter than I think, but the mood was good like as Arab. Many arab restaurant was operating, and we enjoyed this mood.
Whilst interesting to see and walk down I did gain the impression that if you are a tourist the you were ripe to be fleeced by high prices for items perhaps of questionable quality. I wouldn’t be spending my cash in the street and I...More
This traditionally Malay enclave of Singapore offers an alluring array of shops, cafes, and bars. A walk down Haji Lane offers quirky shopping, while one block over, Arab Street is a treasure trove of brightly coloured fabrics, clothing, and Turkish rugs. Stop for a leisurely coffee or cocktail and watch local kids play traditional games along the lane. Also home to the Malay Heritage Centre and one of Singapore’s most
prominent mosques (Sultan Mosque), Kampong Glam is a must-visit for a tantalizing taste of Malay life in this city.