Little India Arcade is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Hindu Endowments Board. Set up in 1994, it is managed by a seven member Board of Directors.
Little India Arcade’s cluster of shop house buildings, which date back from the 1920’s is home to a variety of neatly, renovated novelty shops and eateries. The building has been carefully preserved to capture the essence of the early Indian settlement which occupied the area during colonial times. The winding alleys in the arcade host Indian bric-a-brac stalls, curio and sweet shops, restaurants, and bookshops. A prominent landmark in the Little India district, it is a favourite haunt of tourists and locals looking for best Indian buys.
Admission is free and it is open daily from 9.00am to 10.00pm.