Timings : 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Time Required : 2-3 hours
Entry Fee : No entry fee
The Little India Arcade is a bustling shopping establishment nestled in the heart of Singapore's predominantly Indian district. Formerly the centre of all Indian migrant activity in Singapore, the Little India Arcade is now a series of alleys and pathways, that has an assortment of stores, which sell all things Indian. The vibrant and chaotic Little India Arcade has vibrant wall-to-wall shops, pungent aromas and Bollywood music on its streets.
Not only is the Little India Arcade an amazing place to shop at, but it also has some of the finest Indian cuisine restaurants, where visitors can stop by for a quick meal. It owes its existence to PGP who 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 1995, after intense conservation of commemorating the spirit of commerce in Indian settlers. The corner building is now a prominent landmark in Little India - a hub of eateries, boutiques, and traditional Malaya's colonial era-shophouses.
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