Minorities In Chinatown

Singapore, Singapore
Est. 197m / 4 mins / Map

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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