A very lively town found north of the city, Little India is pretty much what its name implies – a miniature of India. According to history, the place developed from a small group of convicts from Tamil, India who settled in the area. Eventually, the community grew and attracted other Indians from neighboring areas, becoming an established community in Singapore. Far from being just a tourist attraction, the place is alive with authentic Indian culture, food, festivals, and markets.
Most of the shops are concentrated at a certain portion of Serangoon Road, which is the main road of Little India. You can easily visit the stretch of shops along this road by foot, as they are not far from each other. You will find shops for gold jewelry, accessories, ethnic [Read more…]