Guide to Little India, Singapore: Where to eat, shop, work, and play in the neighbourhood | RSS News Feed
Guide to Little India, Singapore: Where to eat, shop, work, and play in the neighbourhood - Latest News
Guide to Little India, Singapore: Where to eat, shop, work, and play in the neighbourhood
There's a reason why Little India has earned a rep as a hip neighbourhood in Singapore. Check out our guide to hipster cafes, restaurants, boutique hotels, shopping and more Opened by the folks from The Banana Leaf Apolo, one of Singapore’s oldest Indian ... read more
Install WordPress on VPS in just a click!
Don't use shared hosting for your websites anymore. Use VPS hosting, it's easy, fast, simple, cheap & more powerful. Get one click install VPS for $5 only now!. read more
50 Weird Things Every First Visitor To Singapore Must Do, Eat And See
When in Singapore, eat as we ... Read our guide to begin your journey back in time. Your visit isn’t complete without visiting a religious goods store. Find shops full of trinkets and little figures of Hindu deities in Little India, or the Chinese ... read more
Don't change Little India to make it tourist-friendly
But Mr Roy Goh Hin Soon wrote in to The Straits Times Forum, saying that as a "tourist belt", Little India is "not as organised as Chinatown". In his letter, he said narrow walkways in the neighbourhood ... area shot back from Singapore readers and ... read more
Looking for another news?
A guide to Singapore’s shopping strips
A short walk away is the old neighbourhood of Bugis, which, while strictly located neither in Little India or Kampong Glam ... massage and reflexology shops to soothe shop-weary limbs. Dempsey Rd, southwest of Singapore Botanic Gardens off Holland Rd ... read more
There are two types of fish head curry in Singapore, Chinese and Indian. Little India's fish head places unsurprisingly mostly serve the Indian kind, which is usually spicy and hot. Most specialty restaurants are on or near Race Course Rd, conveniently ... read more
Singapore: Insider Travel Guide
Far more exciting is that Singapore has cast off its reputation as "Asia Lite" to become one of the region's top destinations for eating, shopping and entertainment. Got a few days? This handy guide will ... hotel near Little India, Cocotte promotes ... read more
Heritage and gentrification: Is there a win-win for neighbourhoods?
SINGAPORE ... hipster restaurants and cafes which residents claim had little relevance to their needs. Ms Carolyn Oei, who has been living in the neighbourhood since 2009, pointed out how, for instance, “there is still only one provision shop left”. read more
T+L's Definitive Guide to Singapore
Singapore is coming into ... streets are chockablock with pastel-colored shop-houses. Little India: In bustling Little India you’ll find food stalls and Hindu temples. Orchard Road: Head here for high-end restaurants and shopping malls, as well as ... read more
Chye Seng Huat Hardware: an amazing new coffee house on the outskirts of Singapore’s Little India
Second, and related to the first reason, I’ve been advocating the Farrer Park neighbourhood ... Chye Seng Huat Hardware three times, once with T, once with S, and lastly with them both. By now, of course, I’m probably the last blogger in Singapore ... read more
Fun Things to do in Taiping Malaysia
Taiping, like Ipoh, has an old town full of old Chinese style shop buildings and ... Taiping food attractions and restaurants around the Old Town but there are plenty of quality Chinese and Malay restaurants. Little India has a few Indian restaurants ... read more