Tours for Little India
About Little India, Singapore
The name says it all! Little India is a little piece of India you can enjoy and explore on a visit to Singapore.The place is popular for lovely shopping centers, fascinating restaurants serving authentic Indian cuisine and more. The area is pretty reasonable and entertaining at the same time. Local shops with a variety of articles on sale fill the background while the vibrant and colorful atmosphere adds to the life of Little India.
Little India Information
- This place is best visited during Diwali season (month of November).
- Electronics come cheaper here.
- Visit the Mustafa Center.
Little India Opening and Closing Hours
- Timings will vary with different malls, shops and other places in the area.
How To Get To Little India by Public Transport
- Little India Stn- Bus: 48, 56, 57, 66, 67, 131, 166, 170, 851, 960, and 980.
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Book Little India Tickets And Tours
Unwind on an adventurous night tour for 3.5 hours in Singapore. Discover Little India and Gardens By the Bay with your English speaking guide. Enjoy the synchronized light and music show conducted under the SuperTrees and much more. Relax during a 20 minute river cruise on Singapore River toÂ Clarke QuayÂ passing historical bridges.
Get a taste of Indian life as you visit booths selling spices, fresh flower garlands and saris. A visit to a Hindu temple will add to the excitement and cultural richness. If you're adventurous, get your hand decorated by henna.
Get to know Singapore on a morning or afternoon half-day tour. You'll see all the city's highlights in one short tour perfect if your time is limited. Highlights include Singapore's vibrant Chinatown, colonial landmarks, Little India and the iconic, Merlion.
Enjoy your time ashore with this exciting full-day shore excursion tour of Singapore! See some of the most iconic places such as the famous Merlion Park and Little India. Enjoy a panoramic view of Southern Singapore from Mount Faber Park and make a wish at the stunning Fountain of Wealth!
Share your experience - Rate Little India, Singapore
All of the subway stations in Singapore are very clean and well-maintained. The one at Little India is a hub to other subway stations. There is a lot of shopping in the area. The stores in this area are much cheaper and offer more value... especially if you are not interested in name brands. There is also a very nice Indian / Buddhist temple to visit.
One of the famous tourist attractions of Singapore.It is natural and not man made.It is form due to many Indian settlers residing in this area from the early British colonial days.One can find so many different things and foods here at affordable prices.Also many Hindu / BuddhistTemples and Mosque here.During the Hindu holiday of Deepavali the main road is decorated with beautiful colored lights and also a very big festival market.The decor and festive market will start before the holiday,it will last about a month. Dated : 31/08/2017 ( Thursday ).
Beautiful modern station. Clean all the time. Exits are conveniently linked to shops nearby.
Nice india neighborhood
One of the top places to see in Singapore. Very different from the rest of the country. Good food at decent prices. Definitely recommend if you are in Singapore
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