In the late 19th century, many Indian migrants came to Singapore to find work and settled here. Spreading out from both sides of Serangoon Road, the little enclave of the Indian community became known as Little India. Find colorful temples co-exist side by side with churches and mosques. Discover an array of shops selling Indian silks, brassware, bangles, spices and flowers. Be sure to stop at the excellent restaurants serving North and South Indian cuisine.
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