Shopping > By Areas > Little India

From the Little India MRT station, gadget buffs can head on to the local gadget mecca of Sim Lim Square. Or head to Mustafa Centre, an ever-bustling shopping mall that's open 24 hours a day, and where you can get practically anything, at great discounts! If you're looking for an unusual trinket or two, visit the Sungei Road Thieves Market, which is about the closest thing to a roadside flea market that you'd probably find in Singapore.

Little India / Serangoon Road

Posted on 14 Jan 2011 by mckenwong
Little India, the traditional 'home' of Singapore's Indian community, centres on Serangooon Road. Soak in the buzzing atmosphere as you explore the bustling stalls. You will be able to find all things Indian, from kashmir silk to flower garlands, silver amulets and colourful bangles. Visit the Chellas Gallery to get some collectibles from Kashmir, and if time permits, get an intricate henna tattoo that can last for weeks.

Mustafa Centre

Posted on 13 Dec 2010 by mckenwong
If you're a hardcore bargain hunter who won't think twice about shopping through the night, then you most definitely must visit the Mustafa Centre. This 24-hour shopping mall is almost always packed with Singaporeans as well as tourists. It's not hard to see why. It offers for sale almost any sundry item you can think of, from the usual range of clothes and bags to electronic gadgets — all at bargain-basement prices. You'll find money changers a plenty, along with travel agencies and even a gold...

Tekka Centre

Posted on 12 Jan 2011 by mckenwong
Tekka Centre is divided into three distinct sections: the wet market, a hawker centre, and various small retailers selling clothes, jewellery and watches. It hosts a colourful mix of the different cultures in Singapore, a bustling showcase of the country's diversity that is a must see for visitors. You will be able to find tasty Indian vegetarian meals served on banana leaves, hearty spread of curry and rice and fresh seafood like Sri Lankan crabs. Look out, too, for Chinese stall owners speakin...