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How to get to Little India from Chinatown, Orchard and Kampong Glam

By LDR On 31 Aug 2018 In Things to do Chinatown - A Melting Pot of Culture, Kampong Glam - Walk To The Past

Little India is a bustling area in Singapore that is a big attraction for travellers. It has many shopping centres such as Mustafa Centre and has many Indian restaurants and has a historic Indian temple that is over 150 years old. So how do you get to Little India from...

Back to the past : History of Kampong Glam

By LDR On 16 Aug 2018 In Stories Chinatown - A Melting Pot of Culture, History of Kampong Glam, Kampong Glam - Walk To The Past

Source When you search for  “Popular Tourist Destinations Singapore” in Google, you get the usual suspects – Sentosa, Gardens by the bay, Universal studios etc. Although these are great destinations by themselves, they don’t show the complete picture of Singapore. Singapore is a very cultural city. For centuries, it has...

AR merchant discovery at Kampong Glam

By LDR On 27 Jul 2018 In Stories Kampong Glam - Walk To The Past

Click HERE to view merchants promotions Ong Yu Lin, Dy CEO LDR Technology Pte Ltd, demonstrating our enhanced Augmented Reality Kampong Glam trail on LocoMole app to Mr Saeid Labaffi, One Kampong Glam (OKG) Chairman, Minister of Communications & Information (MCI), Mr S Iswaran (centre) and Dr Yaacob Ibrahim, Special...

Shops at Kampong Glam You Should not Miss

By LDR On 21 Jul 2018 In Things to do Chinatown - A Melting Pot of Culture, Kampong Glam - Walk To The Past, little india

The energy in Kampong Glam is palpable. The packed cafes that serve steaming hot coffee in Haji Lane to the shops that sell authentic hand woven rattan bags in Bussorah street, Kampong Glam has everything. It’s teeming with life and commerce and it’s a  some interesting shops. In this article we...

7 Unique Halal Cafes in Singapore You Must Visit

By LDR On 25 May 2017 In Stories Kampong Glam - Walk To The Past, Must Eat Food Trail, SG Heritage Food Trail

Kampong Glam is a hotbed for interesting Halal cafes in Singapore. While the Danes call it Hygge, here in Kampong Glam, they call it Rilek Kueh. This Malay catchphrase means the action or rather inaction of attaining a state of coziness while savouring some nibbles. You will be pleasantly surprised...

8 sightseeing places in Singapore you can cover in a day!

By LDR On 09 May 2017 In Stories Chinatown - A Melting Pot of Culture, Gardens By The Bay, Kampong Glam - Walk To The Past, Telok Ayer - Past and Present

Are you experiencing an one-day layover in Singapore? Unsure of what to do in Singapore? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. This beautiful island city-state at the tip of the Malaysian peninsular holds plenty of activities and beautiful sightseeing places – even for travellers on a budget! It’s small wonder...

Die Die Must Try Malay Food in Singapore

By LDR On 30 Aug 2016 In Stories Joo Chiat, Kampong Glam - Walk To The Past, Must Eat Food Trail, SG Heritage Food Trail

Malay food in Singapore takes on many forms. There’s traditional Malay cuisine, along with variations influenced by Indonesian, Indian-Muslim, Middle-Eastern, and Peranakan cultures. As a food hub, Singapore has no lack of Malay restaurants, bistros, and stalls. It’s hardly an exaggeration to say that you’ll probably find one at every turn. If you’re...

18 Experiential Walking Trails in Singapore you will enjoy

By LDR On 30 Aug 2016 In Stories Joo Chiat, Kampong Glam - Walk To The Past, little india, MRT, Pulau Ubin Photography, Singapore River - Birth Of A Nation, Tiong Bahru Heritage Trail

Getting around in Singapore is easy. There are bus stops at every corner, at least one MRT station at every district, and taxis readily available just by sticking your hand out by the road or booking on an app. But if you really want to explore Singapore, the best way to...