In the view of the street, we soon arrived at the area called Ganbang Gannan. The first thing we saw on the street was the tall Sudanese mosque. Walking away from the mosque in the streets full of Muslim and Middle Eastern customs, there are many tourists here, most of them are tour groups, in groups of chattering good lively. These narrow streets are set off by tall mosques, but the neat ground and tall coconut trees along the roadside create a very gorgeous commercial street in the composition of houses of various colors and shapes. In the morning, most of the shops on both sides of the street have not opened yet. In Singapore, the shops open late, but they close late in the evening. This is a very suitable city for nightlife. Most of the restaurants and cafes open near the streets. In some restaurants with Muslim Malaysian flavor, besides the local patronage, some European and American tourists are also bustling. It is said that besides the local flavor, the food here has the characteristics of low price and good quality. In fact, the whole Ganbang Gannan area has not been renovated as a tourist area, and there are only a few representative streets. It belongs to the model project.
Ganbang gnan, a place where Muslims gather in Arab style, is also able to experience the exotic wind in the early morning; Ganbang gnan is an important way to understand the mixed culture of this garden city; Po County in my eyes is a colour containing the collision between different cultures.
From the Municipal Building to the Malaysian Museum by bus four stops, walk around the street to see the colorful rental buildings, colorful lighting, beautiful carpets, restaurants in front of the people are a landscape. Occasionally, a clothing store did not bargain, bought 8 pieces of clothes and pants, equivalent to 50 pieces of RMB, thin fabric, wearing fresh, Malaysian style, go to the beach to wet pants. It dried in a few minutes, so I realized that looking at the thick clothes was actually comfortable and cool!
Ganbang Gnam (Arab Street) is a Muslim community in Singapore. It is a good place to experience Malay culture and Islamic culture. Walking through the streets, you can enjoy beautiful buildings, feel exotic customs and taste local delicacies. Sudan Mosque is a landmark building in Ganbang gnan. It has an onion-shaped golden dome and a huge prayer hall. It is the largest mosque in Singapore. Not far to the east of the Sudanese mosque is the Malay Traditional Culture Museum, which used to be the Malay Palace and is now a museum displaying Malay heritage. This area is full of strong Arab flavor, everywhere you can see the shawled Arabs.
In the Middle East, Ganbang gnan is actually a national living and business district centered on the Sudanese mosque. The aforementioned area can really feel the strong Arab flavor. There are Arab people with shawls everywhere, and there are spices, cloth and decorations with local characteristics on the streets.
_Coordinates: Ganbang Gnanan, we wanna go to Netred Photo Place after visiting small India - Hazi Lane, but it's really hot at noon. After a long walk, we got lost, asked passers-by and checked maps, and finally stumbled here Environment: The streets here are colorful and the blue sky and hot sun at noon, although I'm very hot, it's still exciting_Recommendation: It's Malay. The shops on the street, where culture and Islamic culture converge, are very distinctive. I'm only here to enjoy the photos. The most famous one is the golden roof of the Sudanese Hui Church.
Located in the northeast of Bugis Metro Station, Ganbang gnan is the collision and exchange place of Malay culture and Arab culture, Singapore culture, many Malay mosques and Malay food, a little fresh in Xiamen, and the fresco cartoons and girls in Penang, Malaysia. Any cafe and flower shop can be filled with youthful and lively atmosphere. Many sisters are here. Concave shape, many colorful roof houses and colorful window lattices, many small shops can find Singapore and Malay characteristics of jewelry and clothes, as well as condiments of Niang's cuisine, accompanying gifts suitable for photography and lounging places.
Ganbang Gannan with Arab flavor and Hazhi Lane, which almost exhausts all the colors in the world, is full of colors. The paintings on the exterior walls of the buildings are full of literary and artistic flavor. It's a very distinctive neighborhood, with all kinds of colorful walls and small refreshing corridors.
Ganbang Gnam, a Muslim gathering area in Singapore, is the Sudanese Cathedral in the Golden Roof. The place is not big, it can be finished in half an hour. There are beautiful saris, Arabic clothes and special jewelry shops in the street. But when you see the price, you can only touch your nose and leave.