Minorities In Chinatown

Singapore, Singapore
Distance: 197 metres
by National Heritage Board

In the early colonial years, Chinatown was predominantly occupied by Chinese immigrants. However, there were other ethnic minorities such as the Muslim Indians and Hindu Indians who co-existed with one another. This tour will take you to two national monuments – Jamae Mosque and Sri Mariamman Temple which were built by the early immigrants from South India.

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