The culturally charged Arab street will greet you with colorful cafes, prettiest boutiques, and the second place where I spotted the most stunning street art (the first being Little India) Dine at a charming Turkish Cafe, or sip a drink at the Singapura Club.
This is one of those few places in Singapore where i was able to get the joy of street shopping. The street walls have funky artworks done on them and there is a whole lot of open air cafes serving scrumptious Turkish food along with hookahs. There is a big mosque also which was under going some renovation i guess but there is one. This is a really nice place for shopping in streets, enjoying a drink or for having dinner. The Arab street surprisingly makes you forget that you are in Singapore and feels more like some authentic street of Turkey or Morocco. My tips:
1. Checkout the boutiques here they sell some really nice designer stuff at reasonable prices.
2. If you like to shop for fabrics and textiles then this place is for you.
Luckily, I managed to visit all these places and Arab Street turned out to be the best one for me as one can find cool bars here.