Explore Little India with Jaynt Mohinani, who was born and raised in Singapore. Singapore's connection to India is as old as the city itself. This walk will explore that history, and unearth personal stories that breathe life into this area.
Mustafa Center, Dunlop Street, Sri Veeramakaliamman, Desker Road
Take the MRT to the 'Little India' Station and come out at Exit C
Places to stop along the way:
Sri Veeramakaliamman, Desker Road, Mustafa Center
Best time of day:
Sunday evening would be the best time.
Singapore is generally very safe. Just make sure you obey the law: don't jaywalk, and follow your guide's instructions.
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