Out of all the historic places in Singapore, Little India is the most vibrant one, especially during Indian festivals like Deepawali and Pongal. During Deepawali, the festival of lights the place glitters like a diamond, one must visit Little India during Deepawali to witness the beautiful street decorations and lights. The place has a strong bohemian vibe and is full of Indian art, handicrafts and delicious Indian vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisine. Apart from rich art and cuisine the place also carries altogether a different culture, it has mosques and various Hindu temples. Little India is a unique mixture of modern cafes, plush bars, and rich cultural heritage. Get your hands painted with a henna tattoo, chat with local vendors or simply click pretty pictures of the beautiful doors and colorful walls, there is so much to do and explore in this part of the country. Little India is a vibrant historic area buzzing with culture and lip-smacking cuisine. Fill your tummy with yummy South Indian vegetarian food, North Indian tandoori dishes, and local roti. You can also spot showmanship of local tea vendors preparing tea. Also, when visiting Little India, don’t forget to shop from Mustafa Centre which offers everything from groceries, goldsmith shop, souvenirs, electronics and so much more.
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