Along Changi Road

Two weeks in a row … The first one was a bus ride from Bedok, the next one was getting off the MRT at Kambangan, and a short walk takes you to Changi Road. Here you will find a number of single-storied shops, and varied dining options.

The first sight that greets you is the mosque. The mosque has a rather unusual minaret, and a wonderful peace about it, as you can see here.
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Exploring the streets near the mosque one can see some traditional restaurants, like the one you see here …
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Or some unusual ones like this halal sushi … Actually, nothing unusual about this, except that we hadn’t seen one before.
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Or this place where we needed to take some time to figure out that the name is not that of the empress.

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And then you see the iconic Indian brand making its presence felt.

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Then there’s this restaurant, with the Chinese Muslim food,not something you would find everywhere.

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Along the road, you would come across this, though looking at the Stella Artois board, one wonders what fresh fruits they are experimenting on.

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Here’s a view of the market, with the hawker centre right at the corner.

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And the hawker centre is where we had our Dutch conversation.

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And here’s what you’re could gorge upon here.

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Farther down the road you would see this specialty from Singapore.

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Farther along the road, you see this lovely mosque, the minaret calling the faithful.

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And from here, a short bus ride takes us to Little India.

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