Not everybody is lucky enough to have a “love at first sight” experience. But if you wish to feel that, visit Haji Lane. I bet you will fall in love the moment you step in.
What used to be a lodging place for the Haji (Haj Pilgrims) in the 1800s is now a favourite hangout spot for tourists and locals.
Two prerequisites before visiting Haji Lane are to charge your camera and phone batteries as you will click some endless pictures, and wear a lot of sunscreen or you are likely to get sunburnt.
You can be an art lover, a heavy shopper or a café hopper, Haji Lane caters to everybody’s interest. This is one of the best places where you can take some amazing candid photographs of yourself or your loved ones. There is something for everybody here.
Haji Lane is a narrow street covered by Murals on both sides making this place vibrant and lively. Contemporary art murals and traditional murals depicting Singaporean culture fill the walls of Haji Lane.
If you love shopping, this is the best place to be. Beautiful apparel options, home décor, antiques, jewellery, and a wide range of souvenirs are available here.
It’s also a paradise for café hoppers. I Am is one of the coolest cafes and is one of the most visited places in Singapore. A variety of Dutch-inspired dishes are served here.
If you want to grab a drink, there can be no place better than Juice Clinic. Relax a bit with their amazing varieties of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. If you love live music, visit this place around evening hours.
Selfie on your coffee!! Yes, you heard it right, Selfie Coffee does this magic to your coffee. Your trip to Singapore is not complete if you don’t visit this place. They replicate a coloured picture of yours on the coffee you order.
Nearby are the Sultan Masjid and Muscat Lane. Spare some time to visit these places.
Haji Lane is like a beautifully done colouring book, leaving you awestruck. Don’t miss this on your next visit to Singapore.