Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple
Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, one of the best places for you to visit in Little India Singapore.
In the past, the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple was a place where many people had taken refuge in the Japanese air strikes during World War 2. However, it should be noted that the flash photography is not allowed here. The visitors also have to remove shoes when visiting the temple like any other temple in Singapore.
Tekka Market is one of the most famous markets for you to visit in Little India. Tekka Market is located in an area of many commercial centers and markets. It still attracts tourists by its own characteristics with its array of Indian clothing displays, with many levels of sophistication. In addition, there is colorful handkerchiefs and hand embroidery sari so you can buy them as souvenirs.
Little India Arcade
Little India Arcade, one of the most interesting destinations to visit in Singapore. If you cross the street from The Verge – a popular shopping mall, you will come to the Little India Shopping Center, where the travelers are familiar with shopping when they arrive. This place is like the Bugis fair but it focuses on accessories, souvenirs and Henna tattoos for under $ 5 at beauty parlors. In addition, you can also relax and shop at Selvis, a beauty shop at Little India Arcade.
Campbell Lane, one of the most interesting places for you to visit in Little India Singapore. Speaking of Little India Singapore, we can not forget to mention the shopping streets. It will be really wonderful for you to come here because everything can be found at a much cheaper price than the Mustafa Center. If we had to choose the best route, we would definitely choose Campbell Road next to Little India Arcade named after the Englishman Sir Colin Campbell.
Coming here, you will find many shops of shops selling everything from handicrafts to freshly chrysanthemums. In the months before and after the Deepavali (also known as the Festival of Lights), this street was decorated with a bustling area and became the highlight of Little India Arcade. You have to take a rest and enjoy a cup of gorala tea to enjoy your experience of the place.
The final destination is the Mustafa Center where there is a bus stop or a 15-minute walk from Little India. The owner of this place, Mr. Mushtaq Ahmad, initially opened a shop in Serangoon Plaza with an area of about 40,000 square feet. However, the success of this line created a premise for him to start opening more branches by buying nearby stores and incorporating them together, and that scale continued to grow into the center of Mustafa with 70,000 sq ft wide that we see today.
This is the only supermarket in Singapore that opens every day of the week with all the products you can imagine. The City Square shopping center is also located in the neighborhood which is more environmentally friendly than “The Verge” and the home of Farrer Park MRT – if you want to leave Little India.