Little India Neighbourhood
More To Learn About Little India Neighbourhood
Little India Neighbourhood is a dynamic area bounded by the major roads of Jalan Besar, Lavender Street, Serangoon Road, and Sungei Road, which maintains Singapore’s speed of modernisation while battling the tides of time to maintain its very unique character. Little India Neighbourhood is home to many of Singaporean’s famous tourist destinations visitors in droves.
Stay in Little India
City Square Residences, perched high above Little India Neighbourhood in a historic location, is the area’s most famous private residential complex. Another large-scale condominium with full amenities, such as a swimming pool and tennis court, is close to Kerrisdale. Apart from these, there are private apartments for rent or sale in smaller complexes such as Clydes Residence and Studios@Marne, which do not offer the same amenities but are ideal for individuals who prefer a more intimate setting. HDB flats in the area are also an option for renters and buyers. The blocks locate across Little India, including Cambridge Road, Rowell Road, Veerasamy Road, and above Tekka Centre. The streets surrounding Klang Lane
Eat In Little India
The Banana Leaf Apolo, Muthu’s Curry, and Sakunthala’s Food Palace are just a few of the good Indian restaurants in the area. The Gurkha Palace Restaurant serves Nepali cuisine, and Komala Vilas delivers vegetarian Indian food in a fast-food format. The many Indian food stalls in Tekka Centre also conduct a brisk business, serving delicious food at reasonable costs. Little India, created as an ethnic enclave, is not primarily a Tamil community. If you look closely, you’ll notice that many residents and shop owners are Chinese, while most businesses cater to the Indian community with other ethnic groups in mind.
Drinks from Little India
Coffee connoisseurs flock to Jalan Besar and Lavender Gardens, where the plethora of cafes are just a short walk apart. Antoinette, Loysel’s Toy, Tiramisu Hero, and Windowsill Pies are a few examples. In an art deco shophouse, Chye Seng Huat Hardware has not only a coffee bar but also Papa Palheta, a speciality coffee retailer. Head to Dunlop Street for a chilled beer and bar snacks at the Countryside Cafe, the Prince of Wales backpacker pub, or the Tsofi Tapas Bar.
The North-East Line MRT, which stops at Little India MRT Station and Farrer Park MRT Station, is now the most convenient route to get to Little India. Even additional access is provided by the Downtown Line, particularly on the Jalan Besar side. All roads leading to Little India serve buses, and vehicular access to Bugis, Dhoby Ghaut, Lavender, Boon Keng, Novena, and Bukit Timah is simple and convenient. The Central Expressway will allow residents to travel to various parts of Singapore (CTE). Little India is not for everyone, with its bohemian vibe, crowded streets, and active lifestyle. However, if you are the adventurous type that enjoys mixing it up, trying new things, and living on the livelier side of life.
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