Haji Lane is a charming little street in Singapore hidden in Kampong glam area, a walking distance near Arab Street. The narrow houses that turned into a Hippie Lane are filled with compelling architectures, vintage shops, cute cafes, local eateries, artsy street arts, hip Shisha bars and lots of quirky boutiques! No wonder why it is Singapore’s most loved Lane! Large Graffitis are everywhere and it is impossible to overlook the street wall paintings.
What I love about this cute little gem is that there is always something interesting like Selfie Coffee, Vintage Shops and tons of pubs sprouting every now and then. Each time I visit Singapore, a trip down Haji Lane is something not to be missed! The street arts is one thing to be adored. It is also the home of trendy shops that Fashionistas will definitely love. Every corner is absolutely worthy of snaps for Instagram. I took so many photos!
Late afternoon is the perfect time to explore every nook and cranny of Haji Lane and chill at some cool pubs with fantastic colorful murals over a couple of Tiger beers. The best time to take photographs of the fabulous street arts would be early in the morning when there is less crowd. I know, waking up early is the main challenge here, but you’ll be happy to take photos with less crowd and besides it is not very hot compare to exploring in the afternoon where the sun is scorching hot!
There are variety of restaurants in Singapore and I am Cafe in Haji Lane is something I would highly recommend. Excellent, delicious and affordable food. It is probably one of the great Halal food in the area.
Haji Lane is one of my favorite places to visit in Singapore. A walk down the Indie streets of Haji Lane is something I would do over and over again.