Enter into the world of graffiti, vintage, old town houses, cafes, pubs, fashion and more. A narrow lane close to Singapore’s Bugis MRT, Haji lane is a must visit for art lovers, foodies, junkies and explorers. The lane has a very old town feeling, very different to the modern city that Singapore is. For me, Haji lane signifies freedom, potpourri of cultures, splash of fashion and a combination of tasteful bars and restaurants.
Haji lane is also the perfect place for taking selfies and photo shoots. With beautiful colours at the backdrop, I couldn’t resist going on a clicking spree.
Here is a curation of some of the best places at Haji Lane:
- I Am – One of the best restaurants, ‘I Am’ is situated at the edge of Haji lane. The classic rainbow cake there is a must try.
- Bar Stories – The bar is so unique in what it has to offer, that it has no menu. Drinks are made, based on your life story. All you need to do is explain the bartender the flavours and tastes you like and you are served exactly that.
- Artistry – A vibrant cafe with drool worthy, yummy desserts
- Working Title – A rustic cafe with an indie vibe.
- Toyobike – A concept that began as a mode of navigating in Tokyo, the Toyobike lifestyle has spread at Singapore as well. The cute bicycles deserve a visit.
- Victoria Jomo – For shopaholics and fashionistas, Victoria Jomo has great deals on clothing, as cheap as 10 SGD
- Soon Lee – Premium women’s clothing. Those with deep pockets must visit this place for the chic and elegant style of the merchandise.
- Other must visit places for fashionistas include Fabulous Fads, Tangers, Wicked Laundry and Dulcet Fig.