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Street Market, Campbell Lane, Little India, Singapore
Singapore

From Wikepedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_India,_Singapore

Little India is an ethnic neighbourhood found in Singapore that has Tamil cultural elements. Little India lies to east of the Singapore River—across from Chinatown, located west of the river—and north of Kampong Glam. Both areas are part of the urban planning area of Rochor.

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