Walk a mile in the shoes of the people who play an integral role in shaping Singapore – migrant workers. One of the first racial enclaves in Singapore’s history, Little India has been a cultural centre for Indian immigrants since colonial times. As you explore this district, read stories about Indian migrant workers, the enduring, timeless struggle for a better life abroad, and learn about the work of HealthServe, one of the organisations dedicated to helping these oft-overlooked members of our society.
- Immerse yourself in culture and history at the stunning Indian Heritage Centre.
- Get a temporary henna tattoo at the Little India Arcade.
- Try a smorgasbord of Singaporean dishes at Tekka Centre.
- Shop till you drop at the sprawling Mustafa Centre, open 24 hours.
- Abdul Gafoor Mosque
- Indian Heritage Centre
- Little India Arcade
- Kerbau Road and Buffalo Road
- House of Tan Teng Niah
- Tekka Centre
- Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple
- Mustafa Centre
Recommended Start Time:
Tuesdays - Sunday, 10:30am - 430pm
A number of shops are closed on Mondays
Estimated walking distance
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