See & Do

Things to do & Places to see in Singapore

Indian Culture


Religion & Culture

55% of Singapore's ethnic Indians are Hindu, and there are roughly 30 Hindu temples in the country, with two gazetted as National Monuments of Singapore.


Deepavali (Diwali or Festival of Lights) celebrates the victory of good over evil and marks the Indian New Year, while another noteworthy Indian festival is Thaipusam. 

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Singapore boasts various Indian schools of classical music, dance and theatre, offering training in Carnatic and Hindustani vocal music, and Bharata Natyam, Kathak and Kathakali dance, among others.

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Try Indian food such as vegetarian thosai, spicy curries and seafood dishes from south India, to tandoori offerings and fluffy naan breads from the north.

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Little India represents the heart of Indian shopping with its heady scent of spices and jasmine garlands, its treasure trove of silverware, brassware, ethnic jewellery and colourful silk saris.