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Little India Guide: Singapore

Welcome to Little India, Singapore’s most colorful neighborhood! It is a GPS enabled professionally-narrated driving tour! You’ll dive into the heart of this community to understand the diversity that defines both Singapore and India. We’ll also get some fun snacking and shopping opportunities!

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Former House of Tan Teng Niah

Built in 1900, the former House of Tan Teng Niah is believed to be the last remaining Chinese villa in Little India. The late Mr Tan was a Chinese businessman who owned several confectionery factories in Serangoon Road and a rubber smoke-house at Kerbau Road.


Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

Sri Veeramakaliamman is one of the prettiest and busiest temples in Little India. Located on Sarangoon Road, this 19th-century Hindu temple dates all the way back to the 19th century, with facilities such as a wedding and multipurpose hall. 


Abdul Gafoor Mosque

The original Abdul Gafoor Mosque dates back to 1859 – it was built to serve South Indian Muslim merchants and those who worked at the old race course at Farrer Park. After years of renovations, the mosque has a unique architectural style of Southern Indian, Moorish, and Victorian influences. 

Key Stops-Little India :

• Welcome 

• Entrance to Little India

• Former House of Tan Teng Niah

• Art Wall

• Shree Lakshminarayan Temple

• Hinduism

• Foochow Methodist Church

• Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

• Serangoon Road

• Mahatma Gandhi Memorial

• Anguilla Mosque

• Mustafa Centre

• Indian Food

• Christianity in Singapore

• Kampong Kapor Methodist Church

• Muslims in Singapore

• Abdul Gafoor Mosque

• Indian Heritage Centre

• Komala Vilas Vegetarian Restaurant

• Little India Arcade

• Conclusion.