‪Kampong Glam‬

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Warby
‪Bicester‬, UK3,352 مساهمة
زوجان • يونيو 2022
‪Centre around the beautiful mosque. Car free walk ways with shops and restaurants. Very bright with NBC a great relaxed atmosphere‬
كُتب بتاريخ 15 يونيو 2022
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Emma B
4 مساهمات
الأصدقاء • يناير 2022
‪This is a small area, so I don’t see anyone making a day out of it - but it’s definitely a must see in my opinion. Very neat area to look around. I didn’t eat there personally, but there were several appealing restaurants in the area. Sultan Mosque was very impressive.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 4 فبراير 2022
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G2Kpauly
ملبورن, أستراليا1,501 مساهمة
بمفردك • يناير 2022
‪It was a bad place to walk around yesterday. It sort of has a Muslim feel to it and many interesting shops and restaurants to look at or eat in.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 12 يناير 2022
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Michael T
سنغافورة, سنغافورة2,087 مساهمة
بمفردك • نوفمبر 2021
‪Kampong Glam is a charming little enclave with narrow streets filled with small hotels, restaurants and shops selling merchandise catering to the Malay, Arabic, Middle Eastern communities and customers.

I chanced upon a colourful wall mural (facing Victoria Street) painted by Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic. Just by admiring the bright “children in the shopping trolley” was sufficient to brighten my day.

There is also a Vintage Camera Museum in the neighbourhood (corner of Victoria Street and Jalan Kledek) for any photography enthusiasts.

Note: Kledek means sweet potato.

The nearest MRT station is Bugis. Best approach is exit at the Downtown Line (blue line) and walk along Victoria Street.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 24 نوفمبر 2021
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Erico2709
سنغافورة, سنغافورة2,010 مساهمات
أغسطس 2021
‪We are local Singaporeans and yet, after 50+ years, this is the first time my wife and I explore the small streets. Indeed when you walk down the street, it does transform you to a very Middle Eastern feel with the Turkish restaurants and small cafes around.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 20 أغسطس 2021
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Chelsea B
‪Milton Keynes‬, UK1,905 مساهمات
ديسمبر 2019
‪Singapore's "Muslim Quarter", which has transformed over the years from an Islamic hub full of Arab traders to a Hipster pilgrimage, loved this area‬
كُتب بتاريخ 13 نوفمبر 2020
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kim buay p
سنغافورة, سنغافورة11,029 مساهمة
نوفمبر 2020
‪"Kampong Glam" was derived from the Gelam tree which grew in abundance in the area long ago. One group of immigrants was the the successful and influential Arab traders who left their indelible mark when streets in the area were named after Arabian cities such as Arab Street, Bussorah Street, Muscat Street and Baghdad Street in the early 1910s

For my self-guided walk, I focused on some heritage buildings, type of shophouses, some murals and rest stop for food to replenish the energy and to rest the legs. The following is the route I took with my friends. We met at Nicoll Highway MRT station.
1) Hajjah Fatimah Mosque dubbed as "Leaning Tower of Singapore"
2) The Sultan heritage hotel
3) Alsagoff Arab School
4) Former Chong Cheng and Chong Pun School (now Aliwal Arts centre)-An example of Art Deco/Tropical Deco building with the iconic flagstaff at the front facade.
5) North Bridge Road where there is a row of colourful Early Shophouse style quite like those colourful houses in Burano.
6) Between North Bridge Road and Victoria Street, there are five lanes named after fruits [Jln Klapa-coconut, Jln Kledek-sweet potato, Jln Pisang-banana, Jln Pinang-areca nut and a graveyard (Jln Kubor)]. There are some murals by Ernest Zacharevic on the walls of the shophouses facing Victoria Street. At Jln Pinang, there are two Yip Yew Chong's Murals titled "Kampong Glam" and "Satay Man".
7) Sultan Mosque
8) Bussorah Street (pedestrian zone). It is flanked by a row of simple Early style shophouses on one side and, on the other, by Late style shophouses with elaborate façade ornamentations. Thirteen of them ( the only ones left in Singapore) have retained original window shutters that can be swung out into the five-foot-way to display goods. An example can be seen at No.41
9) Gelam Gallery can be found in the two back alleys on either side of Bussorah Street. it is an open air art gallery.
10) Malay heritage Centre
11) Gedung Kuning
12) Kandahar Street.
No. 18 is a typical Art Deco building.
No 20 is only unit with a pop-out balcony (Shanghai Deco style)
Nos 44-54 are examples of Late Shophouse styles with lots of ornamentation. Many displayed fretwork decorations on the eaves of the roof, thus reflecting the influence from traditional Malay building design.
13) Rest stop at Got Luck cafe at Kandahar Street
14) Baghdad street- cafes offering teh halia and teh tarik
15) Sultan Gate used to be popular for its blacksmith shops but there is none left here. There is a Yip Yew Chong Mural here depicting the different ways of making coffee.
16) Haji Lane-narrowest street in Singapore with lots of attractive, colourful murals
17) Bali Lane with its Pita Bread shop and the corner, huge and colourful mural at the junction with Beach Road.
18) Lunch at Prince Coffee House at Beach Road.
19) After lunch, we walked along the colourful Arab Street to our bus stop at Victoria Street.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 6 نوفمبر 2020
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MIRIAN S
‪Ourense‬, إسبانيا251 مساهمة
بمفردك • مايو 2020
‪Barrio acogedor, seguro y pintoresco.
Tiene bastantes zonas de sombra gracias a sus calles estrechas.
Es muy colorido y agradable..
Le falta la "autenticidad" de un barrio típico de un país musulmán, pero lo compensa su tranquilidad y limpieza.
كُتب بتاريخ 30 مايو 2020
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Keita.S
‪Kobe‬, اليابان1,281 مساهمة
مايو 2019
‪モスク前から沢山の雑貨屋、飲食店が立ち並び、外国人観光客も多いです。
絨毯や香水などアラブ系のお店が見るだけでも楽しめます。‬
كُتب بتاريخ 29 أبريل 2020
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Grover R
‪Pensacola‬, فلوريدا15,275 مساهمة
فبراير 2020
‪Singapore has 3 ethnic influenced neighborhoods and the Kampong Glam is the Malaysian Muslim district. The others are Little India and Chinatown. The Kampong Glam is original neighborhood provided to the Sultan and Temenggong when the British colonized. Today is an enclave of smaller, traditional merchant homes surrounded by high rises. While I felt this neighborhood offered the least to see in terms of attractions (essentially the Sultan Mosque is it), it does offer great shopping on Arab Street and Haji Lane. It is one of the 3 neighborhoods you have to see, but really just plan to shop.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 2 أبريل 2020
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