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PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road - Singapore Hotels

PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road

181 Kitchener Road, Singapore - Map
"Very nice hotel near to MRT."
We spent two nights at the hotel. The room was a good size with a nice view of the city and little India. The pool and gym were very good. All the staff were very friendly and helpful.
Traveller from Sydney
With 534 spacious, comfortable and well equipped rooms, the Parkroyal on Kitchener Road is a hotel that can give you a truly …More
Kam Leng Hotel by JL Asia - Singapore Hotels

Kam Leng Hotel by JL Asia

383 Jalan Besar, Singapore - Map
3.3 out of 5 (464 reviews)
The Daulat - Singapore Hotels

The Daulat

16 Madras Street, Singapore - Map
3.9 out of 5 (127 reviews)
Aqueen Lavender Hotel - Singapore Hotels

Aqueen Lavender Hotel

139 Lavender Street, Singapore - Map
3.5 out of 5 (34 reviews)
V Hotel Lavender - Singapore Hotels

V Hotel Lavender

70 Jellicoe Road, Singapore - Map
3.5 out of 5 (2,404 reviews)
New Society Backpackers Hotel - Hostel - Singapore Hotels

New Society Backpackers Hotel - Hostel

259A Jalan Besar, Singapore - Map
Arton Boutique Hotel - Singapore Hotels

Arton Boutique Hotel

176 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore - Map
3.4 out of 5 (284 reviews)
One Farrer Hotel & Spa - Singapore Hotels

One Farrer Hotel & Spa

1 Farrer Park Station Road, Singapore - Map
"Close to transport, train and Little India."
We had a late night flight in and the Hotel staff still welcomed us warmly. Our room was very comfortable, clean and tidy and the block out blinds a treat for a late wake up. Staff very warm, welcoming and helpful on making this a special birthday weekend.
A Traveller
One Farrer Hotel and Spa a newly open luxury retreat designed for the discerning traveller. Defined by a trendsetting …More
Moon 23 Hotel - Singapore Hotels

Moon 23 Hotel

23 Dickson Road, Singapore - Map
3.5 out of 5 (419 reviews)
Village Hotel Albert Court - Singapore Hotels

Village Hotel Albert Court

180 Albert Street, Singapore - Map
3.9 out of 5 (543 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Singapore Little India Hotels

    Singapore’s Little India is small – basically one street – but it is a blast. Crazy-coloured shop houses compete for your attention while energetic Indian music provides an ever-changing soundtrack as you stroll down Serangoon Road, and you aren’t going to be able to resist the hypnotising scents of Indian food coming from this neighbourhood’s numerous restaurants. Little India’s fantastic energy is taken to new levels if you visit during festivals such as Thaipusam and Deepavali, or even on any normal Sunday when the streets become crowded with people enjoying their day off and the air is alive with weekend buzz. The best part is that these quirky streets are just north of downtown Singapore, so choose one of our Little India hotels today and have one of the most extraordinary city breaks you’ve ever been on.

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    Shopping in Little India is a special experience as well. If you are ready for some fun and an attack on all your senses, Tekka Market is just a short walk from Little India Station of the Singapore MRT. The sights and aromas of colourful flowers and spices, the thrum of a thousand bargaining voices and the chance to sit down for some cheap and tantalizing Malay, Chinese and Indian food are all things you cannot miss. The retail fun continues at Mustafa Centre, which many claim to have the best prices in all of Singapore on everything from Rolex watches to plane tickets. It is also open 24 hours a day – try not to get addicted!

    Little India’s best cultural attraction is the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, a Hindu sanctuary that some like to call the best temple in Singapore. You can spend hours studying the shrines, statues and ornaments here, from the small statues that cover its pagoda, to the fierce depictions of Kali, goddess of empowerment, inside. The best part about this temple is its atmosphere during prayer times on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Not only will you see revelers going about their traditions, but friendly locals will be more than happy to explain any part of the temple you are interested in.

    Little India really comes into its own during its festival celebrations. The neon lights and open-air markets during Deepavali, a Hindu occasion celebrating victory of light over darkness, is one of the best tastes of India you will get outside of the country. During a full moon in either January or February, you can test your stomach at the Thaipusam Festival when men attach shrines to themselves by piercing their skin with hooks before setting out on a day-long march through town – no one can call your holiday photos boring after that!

    The best way to see for yourself why this is the most happening neighbourhood in Singapore is to check out our Little India accommodation selection and follow it up with one of our flights to Singapore.


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