Kampong Glam, Singapore
Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
Cheery promenades bring an eclectic blend of history and culture together at Kampong Glam. Along the promenades you'll find quirky boutiques, international cuisine, and traditional wares such as rugs, perfumes, and clothing. The neighborhood has roots as a humble fishing village and was once known for its production of paperbark trees. The area's rich history can still be witnessed today, evidenced by the prominence of Malay culture and heritage. In 1822 the area was allocated to the Malay Sultan and Muslim community, including Arab and Bugis traders. To visit Kampong Glam and other attractions in Singapore, use our Singapore trip itinerary maker.
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サルタン・モスクで有名な地区です。 MRTのブギス駅で降りて、しばらく通りを歩いていると、アラブ圏のような雰囲気を感じることができ、多民族国家であるシンガポールの中でも特に異質な感じがしました。This is the famous Sultan mosque district. In Singapore is multiracial, you can feel the atmosphere of Arab world, get off at Bugis MRT station while walking down the street and feel especially different.show original
I've always gone to the Haji Lane and the Mosque area, but never walked through the other small streets of Kampong Glam. This time, I was able to explore a bit and found some interesting street art/gr... read more »
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