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Little India is the best place to buy almost anything that is Indian in Singapore. Handicrafts, Kashmir silk, peacock feathers and flower garlands are examples of some of the things available in Little India. Good buys include beautiful saris (traditional Indian woman's dress), muslin, brassware, cooking utensils and India-designed jewelry. Pop-art posters of Hindu gods and Indian movie stars are available for purchase. You can also choose to visit Serangoon Plaza, an emporium cum department store, which is located at the other end of Serangoon Road. Serangoon road is traditionally referred to as Little India.
The newest shopping mall to join in this area is City Square Mall (not to be confused with City Square in Johor Baru, Malaysia) at 180, Kitchener Road, Singapore. Comprising 2 gleaming blue tower blocks of residence and office space cum shopping mall, it is touted as the 1st eco-mall in Singapore. IT is conveniently located next to Farrer Park MRT station.