Kampong Glam (Singapore)

No Juan Is An Island

When I started traveling, I have always thought that it is one of the best ways of enlightening one’s self about various cultures. I believe that the world we live in is beautiful that is why I am always fascinated with what it offers. I like the idea of trying different food, meet different people, experience different adventures and that hint of curiosity about differences among cultures led me to accept, respect and appreciate others.


There is this one particular district in Singapore, called Kampong Glam that made my wandering soul really happy. Kampong Glam is regarded as the traditional heart of Singaporean Muslim life (because if one traces back its history, the area has enticed and united Muslims of different ethnicity). The name Kampong Glam comes from the Malay word kampong meaning “village,” and gelam, the term for cajeput tree that once grew abundantly in the area.

Walking along…

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