"While Chinatown and Little India are so big they have their own MRT station, Singapore does have other, less obvious ethnic neighbourhoods. Migrant workers from nearby countries like Thailand, Burma, the Philippines, and Indonesia all have their own enclaves where they go for a taste of home on their weekly day off (that’s right, just one).
Singapore’s “Little Thailand” is located in the Golden Mile Complex and, walking past the spirit house in the parking lot and into this multi-purpose mall, it’s easy to forget which country you’re in. From the obviously Thai faces to the clacking heels of lady-boys to the smell of fish sauce in the air, Golden Mile has the sights, sounds, and smells of the kingdom covered.
If you like Thai food you’ll be in heaven — seemingly more than half the shops in Golden Mile are dedicated to food and the restaurants are the real deal right down to the portraits of the royal family on the wall."
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