This district travel guide to Little India has guide status.Race Course Rd has some funky pubs and bars.Thimithi is held, in which many male devotees walk across a platform of burning coal.Kingfisher beers to get pappadam with an excellent mint dip on the house.The Singapore branch of a restaurant chain from Chennai, serving up vegetarian Indian food.
Sim Lim Square, is 6 minutes walk.South Indian food; no prizes for guessing what serves as the plate.Spartan rooms but moderately priced, on the edge of Little India.Also available are souvenirs such as brass oil lamps and pots, or fresh garlands of jasmine, whose scent is signature aroma of Little India.Offers a more upmarket experience with vested waiters and a stack of awards posted on the wall.
Other dishes like the dosa, vadai and idli are also excellent for the price here.Most specialty restaurants are on or near Race Course Rd, conveniently located between the Little India and Farrer Park MRT stations.The procession starts from Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple in Serangoon Road and proceeds to the Sri Thandayuthapani Temple at Tank Road.It has a variety of good, quality information including hotels, restaurants, attractions and arrival info.The side facing Jalan Besar can be pretty noisy.Rolex watches and washing machines to fresh mangoes, bags of lentils, tailored suits and airline tickets.The central streets of Little India are packed with stalls selling all sorts of Indian goods.
Female devotees usually just carry a pot of milk on their head and join the procession.The thing to eat in Little India is obviously Indian food.Singaporean institution featuring purely vegetarian Indian food, the masala dosa here is epic.Both southern and northern cuisines are well represented, food is cheap even by Singaporean standards, portions are generous and vegetarians in particular will have a field day.Delicious Indian food from a very friendly owner.
Cooked so long that it falls apart when poked at, just dig in and pile up the bones on your table.Very clean with luggage storage and movie screenings and Nintendo Wii!There are two types of fish head curry in Singapore, Chinese and Indian.Hailing a taxis can be difficult on the crowded main streets like Serangoon Road or Race Course Road.Cheaper prices when booking through website.Some of the cheap hotels around Desker Rd cater to the sex trade.Little India MRT Station, a block from Sim Lim Square and right beside the Lasalle College of the Arts.
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Indian kind, which is usually spicy and hot.This explosion of sights, smells and sounds in Tekka Market is only a short walk from Little India MRT Station.Bismillah Biryani, 50 Dunlop St.All prices are net.Many of items are not for sale in Singapore.Franchisee of a South Indian restaurant from Delhi, and serves up decent fare for reasonable prices.
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Sim Lim Tower, just across the street, also has a few shops but these focus on electronic components; it pales in comparison sizewise.The Inn Crowd, 73 Dunlop Street.MRT stations near Serangoon Road.Eyeballs are not eaten, but the Chinese think the connective tissue behind it is the best part of the dish.The most famous biryani restaurant in Singapore.Mustafa Centre also offers travel, hotel reservation and visa assistance services.Singapore, which is a great way to see some of the central districts of the city.
Prices include breakfast and internet access.Little India to hang out on their day off.Mustafa outlets scattered along Serangoon Rd, but the original and by far the largest is the one facing Syed Alwi Rd.Probably the most upmarket hotel in the neighbourhood, 5 min from Mustafa and the Farrer Park MRT.Akihabara, a giant electronics Mecca squeezed into one building, with hundreds upon hundreds of tightly packed specialist stores.
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Possibly the cheapest hostel in Singapore, but for a reason: some travellers complain of bedbugs.No sign outside so look for the number.While a rather sanitized version of the real thing, Little India retains its distinct identity without degenerating into a mere tourist attraction and is one of the most colourful and attractive places to visit in Singapore.Indian, Malay and Chinese food that draws crowds from all over Singapore.Please contribute and help us make it a star!Perak and Dunlop Rds, next to the mosque.The action is tightly concentrated a few blocks on either side of the road, and can be easily covered on foot.
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Tamil, Hindi, Bengali and other Indian scripts.Upstairs is barefoot only with a very relaxed atmosphere.Breakfast, internet, wifi and lockers are all free.Little India is a cacophony of car horns, bicycle bells and the vibrant chatter of its residents.Travel guide at WikivoyageLittle India is, as the name promises, the centre for the large Indian community in Singapore.Best known for its tandoori dishes and a wide selection of chaat appetizers.Set meals available, or mix and match at the counter.
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Serangoon Road, which starts at Rochor Canal Rd and continues northward to Serangoon.One speciality of Little India is fish head curry, a uniquely Singaporean dish.Mustafa and the MRT is fairly good.Ali is helpful and well traveled.