Quirky Little India

Little India, the quaint neighbourhood in Singapore, is characterised by splurts of color. For this reason it is exceptionally photogenic. Once I visited, I knew that I couldn’t stay anywhere but here during my visit. Little India is also the best place to eat authentic Indian curry in Singapore. It is served on a large banana leaf sans utensil. Indeed that is the best way to indulge in curry – with your fingers. But fear not for they will surely bring you utensils when they see your shocked expression. And if they don’t, you can kindly inquire. As storm clouds threatened to dampen the neighborhood’s lively spirits, the wind began to flirt with the laundry and the locals went about their day-to-day routines, undaunted by the impending rains.

Iga Motylska

Iga Motylska is a Johannesburg-based freelance writer, photojournalist, sub-editor and blogger. She is published in numerous local and international publications, including: Forbes Africa, Forbes Woman Africa, Forbes Life Africa, CNBC Africa, Ventures Africa, Marie Claire, Sawubona, AA Traveller, Fastjet inflight magazine and Seoul Magazine among numerous others. Her editorial interests range from documenting the entrepreneurial spirit to women's and human rights issues, environmental affairs and of course travel writing.

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