Arab Street in Singapore is a place where you will find the Muslim culture amalgamation with others. Arab Street is named after a province just to craft an idiosyncrasy in reverence of the nature of the road. The Arab mercantile Syed Ali Bin Mohamed Al Junied possessed Arab Street of Singapore. The stalls on the Arab Street vend elite goods from Arabia. The spices, the Arabian handiwork and textiles were the major attractions of the avenue, but with time the street has altered its individuality and now the street bears a superb implication which brings the travelers to come and discover the historically important street. The main appeal of the avenue is the Sultan Mosque. The shops on the street are the depots of antiques, costume jewelry, artifacts, fragrances, lavish textiles and rich Arabic and Muslim cuisine.