Things to do in Rochor

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  • Warby
    Bicester, UK3 346 contributions
    Lots of small shops selling mainly Middle Eastern items. Bright and colourful with some small bars. Tight narrow streets add to the character
    Written 14 June 2022
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  • Pragya
    Mumbai, India62 contributions
    Great for dinner. If you want to take a break from the lovely Asian food, you should try the Mediterranean themed restaurants on Arab Street. Lovely ambience and there are a few pop shops as well wherein you can get some antiques (please do bargain)
    Written 10 June 2022
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  • Warby
    Bicester, UK3 346 contributions
    Centre around the beautiful mosque. Car free walk ways with shops and restaurants. Very bright with NBC a great relaxed atmosphere
    Written 15 June 2022
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  • tweedledumdedum
    Taplow, UK152 contributions
    Little India is still vibrant and colourful and the food is so delicious. If you like gold, the jewellers shops are a paradise of carats, even if you are just window shopping. Lovely atmosphere here.
    Written 29 May 2022
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  • Chelsea B
    Milton Keynes, UK1 905 contributions
    After an original mosque was built on the site in 1824 for the first Sultan of Singapore, this impressive building, with it's onion shaped domes, was erected in 1928 and now stands as a national monument. Although we didn't venture inside the beautiful architecture can be admired externally and I adored the gold detailing.
    Written 13 November 2020
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  • Nathan1000
    Melbourne, Australia1 014 contributions
    It is the general feel of the area that enhances this place. Numerous street stallholders, well-ordered and well-stocked, made us feel quite relaxed.
    Written 12 February 2022
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  • baghdadlian
    Montreal, Canada3 282 contributions
    When we were in little India we went to this temple
    Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple
    before you go in there is a place for you to wash feet and place your shoes outside. Walking in there were a lot of people giving offerings
    There was some ceremony also
    Area around temple is not very clean and it is sad since Singapore is clean
    Written 2 April 2020
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  • Scott
    Singapore, Singapore3 contributions
    allauddin briyani, samad briyani and the sri aachi appam's coconut milk appam was good. always go there on my off day to buy .
    Written 30 September 2020
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  • Onn11
    Jurong, Singapore658 contributions
    The building is situated in a noisy and bustling part of the Little India district in Singapore, but going in, the feel is very different as it is quiet, cool and relaxed.

    Even for a local like myself, the exhibitions on the 3rd and 4th levels of the building about the Indian community in Singapore both past and present are refreshing as they relate the contributions made by this minority community as well as the rich experiences they came with when many of these ones migrated over to Singapore in the 19th and 20th centuries.

    Highly recommended for anyone who wants to enjoy a slow and relaxed way of learning more about the Indian diaspora in this part of the world.
    Written 17 November 2019
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  • luxetrip
    Redwood City, CA373 contributions
    I always visit Catholic cathedrals on my travels so it was nice to have visited this one in a non-Catholic country. As expected, it was very small and lacks the more traditional opulent spires and ceilings and giant stained windows. Still beautiful, nonetheless. Simple and sacred.
    Written 4 April 2020
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK156 914 contributions
    This house used to belong to Tan Teng Niah, a Chinese businessman who lived in what is now the Little India neighbourhood. This house is also known for being the last Chinese Villa in the area. While some of the architecture of the building retains Chinese elements, the restoration has given the building a very colourful look. The mixture of bright colours seem more South Indian tha Chinese to me. Nevertheless, it’s a very photogenic building and this was pretty much the only building that was of interest to me in LIttle India.
    Written 10 March 2020
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  • shanks123
    Singapore, Singapore569 contributions
    Sri Krishnan temple is in Waterloo temple in the Bugis region in singapore . Very close to national library . This temple was established in 1870 and one of the oldest temple in singapore and the only temple for lord Krishna in singapore . It has recently undergone extensive renovation . Temple is always glowing like gold and is well attended .
    Written 16 March 2019
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  • AyushBasu
    Singapore, Singapore194 contributions
    Situated in Singapore's heritage district of Kampong Glam and right next to the Sultan Mosque, the Malay Heritage Centre provides excellent cultural insights into the Malay community in Singapore. The visit starts at the upper level, followed by the lower level and two external outhouses, housing permanent galleries. They showcase stories and artifacts from both Singapore's national collection as well as contributions from the local community. It is a reflection of Kampong Glam's historical significance as well as the contribution of the local Malay society. The structure was once of traditional timber built on stilts, which has been thoroughly renovated over time. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00am to 6:00pm, with free admission for all Singaporeans & Permanent Residents. A couple of hours can be easily spent here.
    Written 29 February 2020
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  • Rolly M
    Las Pinas, Philippines392 contributions
    They say this is where you shop if you are not looking for designer labels and pricier items. The mall here is not as extravagant as the other malls in Singapore. We went here to eat breakfast nearby and also went to shop for some souvenirs for my family. I went to one of many Giordano stores to buy discounted I Love SG tshirts. I also bought other souvenirs like a chinese medicinal oil. The place is easily accessible via the MRT and there are also bargain shops inside the malls.
    Written 13 January 2020
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  • AJ S
    Ann Arbor, MI390 contributions
    It was very interesting to visit mosque in Singapore. We enjoyed the interior and exterior of it. The staff was friendly and helping (with clothing).
    Written 31 December 2019
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