Located in the middle of Malay Village, is Geylang Serai in Singapore, which is a throwback to good old days. This shopping centre is always bustling with traditional business and cultural activities. There are several shops that are reminiscent of Malays emanates. A walk around the Geylang Serai, can be a heart-warming shopping experience, that will take you back to the 1950s and 1960s, traditional Malay “kampong lifestyle.” Besides being a shopping paradise, there are potpourri of other enchanting things that will keep your imagination immersed and senses on for an extravagant evening. There are Kampung Museum, Art Gallery, Hall of Fame, banquet facilities in the Malay village in Singapore that will keep you busy the moment you step-in here.
Geylang Serai Singapore sees the throngs of locals and travellers coming in especially on the weekends, when the market place is jam-packed. There are wide-variety of fabrics from decorative materials like handicrafts, paintings and artifacts; rugs and fabrics, modern wear clothes, trinkets, wooden crafted materials and much more.
A purchase from Geylang Serai is a perfect souvenir to keep the essence of Singapore alive and feel great that you partake in Singapore shopping, which is a true reflection of the vibrancy of Singapore. The wet market area is 'mistress of spices' and is rejuvenating with the smells of cloves, cinnamon, pepper, cardamom and nutmeg. Feel the pulse of Singapore by picking up CDs of both traditional and modern Malay ”keroncong” music and serenade in its melody. For those who are extremely fond of clothes can hunt array of clothes, textiles, fabrics and jewelery in Joo Chiat Complex.
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