Should Little India be spruced up to draw more tourists?

Little India is known as much for its colourful sights and fragrant food as its narrow pathways and "disorganised" look and feel. Should Little India be cleaned up so as to appeal more to visitors from overseas, as a Forum page writer advocated? A
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Little India is known as much for its colourful sights and fragrant food as its narrow pathways and "disorganised" look and feel. Should Little India be cleaned up so as to appeal more to visitors from overseas, as a Forum page writer advocated? Are tourists really drawn only to the Indian Heritage Centre and Mustafa Centre, as he wrote?

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 19, 2016, with the headline 'Should Little India be spruced up to draw more tourists?'. Print Edition | Subscribe