Haji Lane
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
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DuncanTCH
East Greenbush, NY1,085 contributions
Nov 2022
If you have some time, wandering around Haji Lane is definitely worth it. There are brightly painted murals on the buildings, wonderful displays in windows and really interesting shopping venues and bar. We were there during the day, so the crowds were managable…but we’ve heard that at night it can be exceptionally packed, so be warned.
Written November 9, 2022
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK165,885 contributions
Mar 2020
Haji Lane is one of the best known landmarks in the Kampong Glam neighbourhood. The places is full of independent shop houses, boutiques, bars and eateries. Many of the houses and shops are colourfully painted with artwork and no small amount of psychedelic theme. A popular place to take lots of photographs, it’s also a great place to eat and shop, although I do thing there’s a little bit of tourist gouging going on with the prices. A fun place nevertheless.
Written March 10, 2020
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Adventure Diva
Manchester, CT1,911 contributions
Aug 2022 • Friends
This narrow street is filled with artsy and unique independent shops along with hole in the wall cafes and bars. Singapore's first gallery is here - The Gelam Gallery. The vibrant mural art on the storefronts add a festive touch.
Written August 29, 2022
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Ray
Staines, UK786 contributions
Apr 2021
Not sure if Singapore has other trendy, funky, fashionable, boutique neighbourhoods like this where you can express yourself artistically but Haji Lane is definitely a hipster's paradise. The name however of this tiny street doesn't match at all with what it is offering. It's named after a religious pilgrimage, it's under the shadow of a mosque and located in a Muslim/quarter but represents something totally different.

You have to be a millennial or at least have a millennial mindset to really ''dig it" because the clothes/accessories designed and sold here can only attract to the fashion forwards, rock star, indie, chic types (unless you're ahead of your times regardless of your age) but the graffiti/street art (previously known as vandalism) does brighten up the place. Throw in couple of tattoo parlours, body piercing shops and leather clad bikers and the package is complete.
Written April 15, 2021
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Fred T
Reno, NV741 contributions
Feb 2020
Went there for some dinner. Looked at many places to eat, but they mostly had the same overpriced menu. Ended up not getting anything (ate at Little India instead). While there is some artwork on a few walls, the weekend crowds made the photos poor. Cars are not allowed on weekends, so walking around is safe.
Written February 3, 2020
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JulesBrazier
5 contributions
Dec 2022 • Family
Loved the vibrancy of haji lane. Felt safe and teens enjoyed exploring.
Not too long but packed with all the instagrammable worthy aka cool things in contrast to the formality of one street away Arab lane (which I enjoyed for other reasons). Hard to believe the Sultan mosque is just around the corner, and here is a street packed with bars, eateries of various cuisines, plus the hipster - art, vintage clothing, skin care and icecream shops. Great for an explore and pics. Have been 3 times this trip with a memorable Christmas day drinks and dinner there - escaping Turkey and trimmings at various hotels. Lots of new memories.
Written December 29, 2022
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David
Brisbane, Australia260 contributions
Jan 2020
A friend recommended this laneway as a spot for quirky shops and interesting street art. Sadly, what I thought was going to be a little local hideaway soon revealed itself to be a tourist hotspot. It was difficult to navigate the laneway with so many people moving around, all wanting to stop to take selfies in front of the murals. I can't blame them - the street art is stunning and each shop is a little different from its neighbour. I really loved wandering from shop to shop, admiring each unusual sign and storefront. You'll find something to eat or drink in the lane or in one or two streets over.
Written January 18, 2020
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kim buay p
Singapore, Singapore11,091 contributions
Nov 2020
Haji Lane is the narrowest street in Singapore. It is an interesting street with a good mix of shops and cafes. The shophouses here are of the "Early Shophouse" style. As each shop is creatively decorated in its own unique style, it provides a visual treat just by strolling along this street. There are also colourful murals along this street as well as the alley between Haji land and Bali Lane.
No tour of kampong Glam is complete without a walk along this vibrant and quirky street. A delightful street even for a local like me.
Written November 7, 2020
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fajaradiartha
Jakarta, Indonesia4,395 contributions
Dec 2019
This street is currently trending as more and more people come here to take photos. Originally a place to find Middle Eastern restaurant especially the cheap ones, the murals here is the main reason people come here. We had our small street breakfast here, cheap and delicious Malaysian dish.
Written January 5, 2020
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John Jackson
Singapore, Singapore924 contributions
Sep 2020
Nowadays It is not fun at all duo to cutting the music off! But before the covid19 it was always fun and outgoing! Of course, it depends on what are you looking for.

This place contains a lot of pubs and bars with live music usually! Hidden Jem is covered with graffiti paintings and a lot of good vibes at night!

If you like photography or chilling with friends or just want to get a drink or two then you will like it!

It is a lot of happy hours around the place usually till 7-00 - 8-00 pm.

Give it a try!

cheers!
Written September 11, 2020
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