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We Love Little India

Singapore Urban Sketchers

Publisher: Epigram Books

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Summary

Little India, often called Tekka, is popular with Singaporeans of all races, South Asian migrant workers and tourists alike.  
 
Venture down the main thoroughfare in Serangoon Road with the members of Urban Sketchers Singapore and explore all of Little India's many side streets. From food enclaves serving traditional spicy fish head curries, to art galleries and beauty salons, take a stroll along the conserved shophouses and be surprised with what you can find.
Available since: 11/19/2020.

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