Singapore’s foremost Indian enclave, the Little India neighborhood boasts of streets that excite one’s senses. An iconic landmark is the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, one of the oldest temples in Singapore. Besides Bugis + Mall, Bugis Junction and The Verge shopping mall, more shopping can be done at Mustafa Center, famous for offering 24-hour services and all sorts of items from footwear and clothing to appliances at affordable prices For the technology buffs, Sim Lim Square offers a wide variety of electronic goods and services. Art academies like Laselle College of the Arts and Nanyang Academy of Fine arts are located a couple streets away. On top of existing residents at The Bencoolen, City Square Residences, Parc Mackenzie, Kerrisdale and Parc Emily apartments, more citizens will be able to benefit from these amenities with the completion of residential projects such as The Citron Residences and DUO residences. Bugis, Farrer Park and Little India train stations are all located within the neighborhood.