Little India is a Singaporean neighborhood famous for offering authentic Indian experience to its visitors. This place is loaded with an amalgamation of spice stores, restaurants, art galleries, hostels, art galleries, sari shops and the most interesting Bollywood Record Shops. Little India is also the home to the famous Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple,which is regarded as one of the oldest and busiest temple. The best time to visit Little India is during the popular festivals like Thaipusam, Deepavali, Thimathi and usually on Sunday evenings. At the time of festivals Little India is decorated with great lights that attracts loads of visitors. Little India is famous for its various shopping stores, including Mustafa Shopping Centre, Jothi Store, Selvasegara Jewellers, Anantha Ayurvedic Healthcare and many more. There are many eating points serving Indian cuisines and the list include Delhi Restaurant, Muthus Curry, Dickson's North Indian Halal Restaurant, Khansama, Sagar Ratna and many more.
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Timings: 9am to 10pm daily.
Location: Serangoon Road, Singapore.
How to reach: The nearest MRT station is Little India on North East Line, which is just a few steps away from the Little India Neighborhood."