Afternoon : Little India ,Bugis Street , Kampong Glam, Haji Lane and Arab StreetDuration : 3-4 hours hoursTook a grab cab to reach to Kampong glam. A 15-minute walk from Little India is Kampong Glam, referred as the Arab Quarter. It was once the seat of the old Malay royalty. In the center of this historical district is the major landmark, the Sultan Mosque, where you can learn about Malay's cultural heritage.
Little India is just that - a slice of India reproduced in Singapore. If you've visited India then you'll know there's not much difference between the two. When you step into Little India you'll forget you're in Singapore, as you take in the delicious food aromas, the rich traditions, the colorful local character and the people. Little India dates back to over 200 years. Check out the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple and purchase an Indian souvenir like a saree or some jewelry to take home. ????
8. Little IndiaIn name itself we can find it's Indian community we can see here. Temple to markets, food and culture every thing related to Indian culture we can find here. Visit Sri Srinivasa Perumal temple, Sri Veerama Kali Amman temple, Temple of Thousand lights and do shopping at Mustafa center.9. Singapore Flyer
LITTLE INDIA : You will enjoy the Indian music, food and culture here. Head to Serangoon Road, one of the oldest streets in the country clad with shops selling everything Indian. Visit Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple and Tekka Centre and be amazed by the interesting lifestyle and fresh produce sold here.ATTRACTIONS OF LITTLE INDIA : Little India Arcade, Campbell Lane, Tekka Centre, Sri Veeramakaliamman TempleEntry Fees : NOVisiting Time : Morning to 11 PMBest Time to visit : Any time