Arab street, Singapore. Photo: Aik Beng Chia. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

Arab street, Singapore. Photo: Aik Beng Chia. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

Arab street is a bustling Muslim neighborhood of Singapore that includes Bussorah Street, Haji and Bali Lanes and Muscat Street. From colorful shops selling cool fabrics and Persian rugs to indie boutiques, restored shop-houses and lots of cool street art, Arab street along with Little India are perhaps one of the most vibrant areas of Singapore.  The Masjid Sultan Mosque located in the historic Kampong Glam in the heart of Arab street, is the focal point for Singapore's Muslim community. The mosque is considered one of the most important mosques in Singapore. The Kampong Glam Cafe is a popular street side restaurant for Singaporean, Indonesian and Malay food. 

 Arab street, Singapore. Photo: Aik Beng Chia. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

Arab street, Singapore. Photo: Aik Beng Chia. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

 Arab street, Singapore. Photo: Aik Beng Chia. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

Arab street, Singapore. Photo: Aik Beng Chia. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

 Arab street, Singapore. Photo: Aik Beng Chia. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

Arab street, Singapore. Photo: Aik Beng Chia. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

 Arab street, Singapore. Photo: Aik Beng Chia. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

Arab street, Singapore. Photo: Aik Beng Chia. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

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