Little India  | My Singapore Travel
Mustafa Centre - Image via Flickr

Little India 

Where Culture Blooms!

Little India is a bustling neighbourhood in Singapore, renowned for its rich cultural heritage and vibrant atmosphere. It offers visitors a taste of India within Singapore’s cosmopolitan landscape, blending tradition with modernity.

Tekka Centre and Market

Tekka Centre is a bustling market where locals and tourists alike come to shop for fresh produce, spices, and traditional Indian goods. It’s a must-visit for those looking to experience the authentic flavours and aromas of Singapore. The market stalls are brimming with colourful fruits, vegetables, and spices, creating a lively and sensory-rich experience. If you’re looking for a conveniently located hotel where you can make use of a Singapore hotel offer, consider a property such as Travelodge Harbourfront.

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

This stunning Hindu temple is dedicated to the goddess Kali and is one of the oldest in Singapore. Visitors can admire its intricate Dravidian-style architecture adorned with vibrant sculptures depicting Hindu deities and mythological figures. The temple is not only a place of worship but also a cultural and spiritual landmark in Little India, offering visitors a serene and reflective atmosphere.

Mustafa Centre

Mustafa Centre is a 24-hour shopping mall that offers an extensive range of products, from electronics and household goods to jewellery, clothing, and souvenirs. It’s a shopper’s paradise and a great place to hunt for bargains at any time of the day or night. The mall’s labyrinthine layout adds to the adventure of exploration, with its aisles packed with an astonishing array of merchandise.

Little India Arcade

Little India Arcade – Image via Flickr

The Little India Arcade is a charming shopping destination housed in a row of beautifully restored shophouses. Here, visitors can find unique souvenirs, traditional clothing such as sarees and kurta-pajamas, and local crafts. The arcade’s architecture reflects the rich heritage of Singapore’s Indian community, offering a glimpse into the country’s cultural her