Haji Lane Singapore
I love Haji Lane because it reminds me of Melbourne, very hipster and arty. There are so many great shops and cafes in the one street. It is a little more expensive than other parts of the city so if nothing, just go for the cool photo ops.
Quite the hipster spot with many, many potential photoshoot locations. From the pretty aesthetically pleasing walls to the general out look of the location, Haji Lane is the hot place you can visit to take photos. Many vintage shops are located there but they are however pretty pricey.
Haji Lane is a treat for the eyes and the stomach! You’d be hard-pressed to find so many different cuisines at one place, even in Singapore. Shop for souvenirs, knick-knacks, exotic clothes and end it all with a delicious dessert at any of the many cafes nearby.
It’s one of my favourite spots in Singapore. It’s just a stretch of a street, but its artsy-rustic vibe is what draws me here. It’s a very cool place to take photo-ops!!! Downside is, it’s still a street (narrow), where cars/motorbikes pass by. Just have a little patience taking that instagram picture! LOL
This place is very vibrant at night. Lots of great turkish and mid eastern restaurants. If you are into tattoos, there is a great tattoo studio there (visual orgasm tattoo studio). For shopaholics, you can find locally designed clothing shops as well as vintage bags and shoes! Check out the pubs with live music and try out shisha if you have not done so!
Shopping. Art. People. Food. Drinks. Ethnicity. Religion. Name it This street has it all.
Haji Lane has a certain charm to it that I cannot explain, nor understand. On many of my morning walks I would unconsciously end up here. For many it is a ‘hipster’ attraction, but I tend to disagree. I think Haji Lane speaks to everyone in a unique, personal, way. It has something on offer for everyone.
I cannot begin to tell you why you should visit Haji Lane. It is like poetry: you love it, but you don’t know why.
Haji Lane is perfect for hipsters and people who love to visit small, hidden shops/cafes. The whole street is well decorated with beautiful illustrations and there are plenty of delicious food in the area!
Haji Lane is one of the best free places to visit in Singapore, especially for girls like me. I so love the creative murals on the walls and colorful cute little shops that are selling various things from socks, shirts, art materials, etc. I went there early afternoon and other shops were still closed. They open at 5:30 PM. Haji Lane is definitely an Instagram-worthy place!
Take a walk on the beautiful street filled with murals, get your dose of hookah or smell the unique aroma of independent shops in the area. Haji lane is the place to go to if you are into the “hispter” vibe or a rustic meets contemporary art scene. A lot of tourists go here for drinks and selfies in the colorful murals. This is definitely one of my happy places in Singapore.
I remember stumbling upon this little lane, it made me really giddy! Personally, I find Singapore to have way too many shopping malls, which is why this shopping lane stands out. Go here for indie shopping, indie cafes, and for some street art. It took me an entire afternoon to finish scouring the area because I was spending a good 15-20 minutes per shop looking through fashion finds, arts and crafts, and other eclectic items on sale. This place packs a lot of character and its colorful shophouses are very photogenic as well. Btw, its neighboring street – Bali Lane, is likewise an interesting one. For local nightlife, check out the Blu Jaz Cafe for live band and drinks.
Haji Lane was my absolute favourite place in Singapore. The food in this area is fantastic and the lane itself has some quirky alternative shops where you can pick up some unusual items. One of the Mexican restaurants in Haji Lane makes the most mouth-wateringly fresh guacamole to exist!
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