Ranked 117 among Places to Visit in Singapore
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The Little India Arcade is a bustling shopping establishment nestled in the heart of Singapore's predominantly Indian district. It is THE place for authentic Indian food, music and fashion. Thi arcade is a hub of conserved neoclassical shophouses built during the early 19th Century. The arcade has vibrant wall-to-wall shops, pungent aromas and Bollywood music on its streets. It has an inside section and shops running along the Campbell Lane.
Little India Arcade highly owes its existence to PGP. He was employed as a clerk-cum-coolie at a provision along the Serangoon Road. Through his hard efforts and determination, PGP made his fortune by expanding into the sale of textile. The Little India Arcade was officially opened in the year 1995, after intense conservation of commemorating the spirit of commerce in Indian settlers. The corner building is now a prominent landmark in the Little India district. It houses plenty of eateries, boutiques, and traditional Malaya's colonial era-shophouses.
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