Little India is located in the centre area of Singapore and at the east of the Singapore River. (MRT Station: NE7/DT12)
Little India is one of Singapore’s most vibrant ethnic districts, as well as a buzzing historic area with a vibrant culture in Singapore. Walking down the Serangoon Street and the neighbouring streets, I have seen a lot of Hindu and Chinese temples, mosques and churches.
As I entered Little India, the first thing that caught my eyes were the vibrant colours. I could hardly find any monochromatic elements.
However, I still believe the existence of them. So I decided to stroll around and discover the little bits of black and white in the colourful Little India.
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Park 22 Hotel, which was the first building that I found in Little India that designed in colour of black and white, both inside and outside. The staff there was very friendly and also allowed me to take photos inside.
I found a lot of pigeons which are in black and white colours around Little India. They are eating, sleeping, playing, and strolling here everyday. So I decided to do a documentary about pigeons life in Little India.
All the clothes here are found at the second level in Tekka Centre, which is an open-air Centre with a large indoor ‘wet’ market, as well as some goldsmith shops and sari stores.