7 Places To See Local Street Art That Tells Of Singapore’s Past

Get an Insta-worthy slice of local heritage on the streets!

You don’t have to go to a museum or an art gallery to learn more about Singapore’s history, culture and art. Our streets are embellished with wall murals that tell beautiful stories of Singapore. Tucked away in historic districts like Chinatown and Little India, the murals trace out unique trails for a budget-friendly romantic date or day out with friends and family!

We’ve picked out seven of our favourite spots in Singapore to find gorgeous street art – all you have to do is get your camera ready, strap on your walking shoes, and strike your best pose for the ‘gram.

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Photo: ARTWALK Little India

2. Little India

Always full of surprises, Little India gets even more vibrant every year thanks to the big and beautiful murals commissioned for the annual ARTWALK Little India. Take a stroll along Serangoon Road: Shah Rizzal’s “Layers” will delight you with its whimsical reproduction of the shophouses in the old neighbourhood, and you can step into a futuristic Little India imagined by JABA in his work “Daily Delivery.” Right beside Siyamala Bookstore on 82 Serangoon Road is a beautiful mural by Eunice Lim that celebrates the bookstore’s 30-year history in the neighbourhood. The artist’s popular painting of cows still amazes us with its quirky rainbow colours on Kerbau Road, for those who want to visit the beloved murals of past ARTWALK projects.


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