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Serangoon Road
Singapore, 229900Singapore

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"Gardens by the Bay Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum Chinatown Little India Maxwell Food Centre Marina Bay"  See More

"I prefer free attractions as Botanical Garden singapore and unique communities such as ChinatownLittle IndiaBugis Street and Tiong Bahru."  See More

"Places like Little India and Chinatown are nice, when you want to get away from all the new buildings and want to be in a part of the city that is more economical."  See More

"Little India - cheap shopping for souvenirs, temples, great flavours and culinary experiences"  See More

"Visit heritage Colonial building neighborhoods such as Chinatown, Bugis, Little India and Joo Chiat Rd."  See More

"Walking around Little India on a Sunday evening is nice."  See More

"You can see Tekka Centre and walk around Little India, or stroll through B1-02 China Town."  See More

"For free attractions, check out the Gardens by the Bay, Mustafa Centre, and perhaps the areas of Little India and Geylang Rd"  See More

"The most obvious tourist traps are establishments (food, entertainment, leisure) located near hotspots and attractions such as Chinatown, Sentosa Island, the Singapore Zoo, Little India, Newton Circus, and Bugis Street, just to name a few."  See More

"Most of the young travellers could be found in hostels in Bugis or Little India or somewhere around those two area, depends on what you want to do, if nightlife Clarke Quay area offers nice clubs&bars, local cuisine can be found in many different area, depending on what you want to try :"  See More

"Little India is an interesting place, as well."  See More

"Hello Shireen, Most of the Indian shops and restaurants are concentrated around Little India."  See More

"Visit Little India for the best curry in Southeast Asia."  See More

"PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road- this hotel is located in the heart of Little India and next to the City Square Mall."  See More

"oh Singapore is a food haven. :) for local cuisine, you have to try: Chicken Rice. a personal favourite is Wee Nam Kee Bak Kut Teh (Pork Rib Soup). Song Fa Bak Kut Teh Laksa. 328 Katong Laksa Carrot cake (Fried Radish) Heng Carrot Cake at Newton Circus Food Centre Char Kway Teow (Fried Rice Noodles) No: 18 Zion Road Fried Kway Teow Bah Chor Mee (Minced Pork Noodles) Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle Prawn Noodles Blanco Court Prawn Mee The list goes on, really. I doubt you'd have enough time to eat everything in 2 days. :) You can check out food and stall reviews & recommendations on ! :"  See More

"Singapore is lovely. Lots of great food, including cheap options, and excellent galleries. There is surprisingly great French food (see: >!"  See More

"With just two days I would suggest just wandering around some of the cultural areas like Chinatown, Little India and Kampong Glam Park."  See More

"Nearest MRT: Bugis) If you're into culture, definitely go to Little India!"  See More

"The place is nothing special but you have a private room for a cheap price and Little India is fairly centrally located."  See More

"You can check out the entire Little India stretch."  See More

"You can get a variety of Indian cuisine in this part of Singapore called Little India."  See More

"Despite it being a great place - it's sufficient to see and do most of the stuff in this time - wander around Little India, shop in Chinatown, walk down the Orchard Road, go up to Marina Bay Sands, and have a drink in a highest alfresco bar in the world at 1 Altitude."  See More

"I am presuming you have visited Little India and Holland Village."  See More

"I spent 4 months there on exchange and The Banana Leaf Apolo restaurant in Little India is my favourite place to eat in Singapore!"  See More

"Other cool places are of course the well known Little India and Arab Street."  See More

"Chinatown, Bugis Street little india lots of little places to see architecture, especially the temples in China twon and Little India"  See More

"This is a gem other than our cultural enclaves - Little India, Chinatown and Kampong Glam."  See More

"Old ones you can find in Chinatown, Little India, Queenstown, and Toa Payoh which is the oldest village in Singapore."  See More

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