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All reviews street art boutique shops muslim quarter cool street wall paintings kampong glam bugis station interesting shops shop houses sultan mosque bring your camera both sides worth a visit take photos take your time great place to visit little india
When you search for some art or when you want to have a beer in the international environmenst, this is a place. Count with touristic prices, though. Even if I didn't buy anything, it was nice to just walk and take pictures of interesting shops.
I was curious to see what the flood of instagram posts were about Haji Lane, so my friends and I decided to check this area out. We were mesmerized by the colorful street arts and the overall Boho vibe of this place. Too many crafts...More
Haji Lane is thee place to be in the evenings if you like street art, live street music, good drinks, good food, and a super lively area! It's located right next to a quieter business district, so it's not like you would expect, but wandering...More
Singapore Tourism tells us that Haji Lane is a popular shopping strip and whilst it does have a number of (seemingly) independent retailers and designers, it is very quickly apparent that this is more about instagram and selfies!
And it’s not hard to see why....More
Haji lane was formerly known the Muslim Quarter due to the strong presence of Muslim community on the 50s and 60s. After the recent facelift gives to Haji lane, this place has transformed into a hipster's paradise. Located just 10 minutes walk from Bugis MRT...More
Such a great place to visit, has really nice boutique shops, great bags, dresses, bit like Paddington in Sydney, My daughter bought a beautiful dress there, not expensive
Really nice cafes too, one you can get a picture of yourself on your coffee,
I have mixed feelings about Haji Lane. While it's vibrant and lined with beautiful murals along its length, it's simply not a place worth visiting if you want to experience Singapore unless you wish to shop for overpriced knick-knacks or love generic gentrification.
Itinerary for 11 days trip in singapore (10 Replies)
Hello everyone, My wife, 4 year old son and I will be in Singapore for 11 days during April. After a few months of reading everyone's thoughts and suggestions on itineraries, I have come up with the following. Day 1 - Arrive at Lunch time. Visit Clarke Quay in the afternoon. Day 2 - Bird Park in the morning and then Gardens in the Bay in the afternoon and evening. Day 3 - Shopping visit Bugis Street, Arab Street or Haji Lane. Any other suggestions? Day 4 - Sentosa, Aquarium and...More
March 29, 2017|
What a good itinerary but having done quite a bit of this may I add a few tweaks - Day 1 - Arrive at Lunch time. Visit Clarke Quay in the afternoon. Day 2 - Bird Park in the morning and then Bugis / Arab street Day 3 - Chinatown and then Gardens in the Bay in the afternoon and evening Day 4 - Sentosa, Aquarium and Adventure Cove Park Day 5 - USS for the day Day 6 - Chill out day visit some places. Not sure where to go. Maybe do the Singapore Duck Tour. Day 7 - Singapore...More
My first day itinerary (3 Replies)
Hi all, Starting to piece together itinerary for our stay in March. Here is what im thinking for the day of arrival. Opinions greatly appreciated. Arrive from Darwin 8.55 am transfer to Adonis hotel on Purvis st. Drop bags or check in if early check in available. Walk around and have lunch at: Arab street Haji Lane Little india Bugis market Return to the hotel to freshen up Sunset cocktail at 1 Altitude Then off to Clark Quay for Chilli crab Is this too much to do in...More
February 15, 2015|
Hi Ludwig09, Personally, I would reschedule Little India to another day. I do not think you will have enough time for that. Since you'll be in Arab Street (Kampung Glam) why not take in the free one hour tour of the Malay Heritage Museum. After lunch you may want to do the Sultan Mosque tour before strolling to Haji/Bali Lane on your way to Bugis market. Then it will be a quick nip to the hotel to freshen up before heading to Raffles Place for your sundowner. My $0.02. Hope this helps.
Yet Another Itinerary Review Please for a Two-Part Stopover. (6 Replies)
Morning All This will be our 4th trip to Singapore and frankly I feel I should be better at putting these together now! I feel I've done a pretty good job but our itinerary has some gaps in it and I'd love any suggestions or tweaks you may be able to offer. We stay in Clarke Quay on the MRT line and will use that mostly. We are not opposed to taxis or buses. I think day two, three and six are my biggest concerns. We don't need to run around but I don't want to be twiddling my thumbs...More
June 04, 2017|
Do you enjoy shopping in general? There is the Great Singapore Sale going on now so you may find some good deals if you are travelling this month. Along Orchard Road, there is the Istana Park and the Istana Heritage Gallery if you haven't been before. Ion Sky Orchard Central has a roof garden at Level 11 and 12. Other places you may want to explore: Pulau Ubin Katong