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Haji Lane

What do you think about Haji Lane?

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Gisele
CONNOISSEUR
93 reviews
7.5
28 February 2018
Haji Lane is just adorable. It's a little bit too geared towards tourists for my taste, but still, fun to walk around once in a while. Cute little shops, and a great area for photography.

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Amelia
NEWBIE
5 reviews
7.5
28 February 2018
One of Singapore's prettiest lanes with colour-filled shophouses. I went here a couple of times to get some textile. Amazing quality and price compared to shopping mall bound shops like Spotlight. just a heads up, you can't drive through! Park your car at a nearby open space carpark and walk over!

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Anantika
NEWBIE
18 reviews
8
25 November 2017
It is nice to finally be out of the malls and get some fresh air. The street has a nice festive feel with the wall art and little shops. You will often find live bands on the street if you go late in the evening. Definitely, a must go!

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Eilise
INFLUENCER
103 reviews
8
1 September 2017
I love all the little shops and the food options and it's just a lovely happening place! It's nice to see the architecture and wall art as well. Definitely a must!

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Caroline
NEWBIE
4 reviews
8
13 June 2017
Nice place for shopping out of shopping malls, love it !

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Eloise
NEWBIE
10 reviews
8
13 May 2017
I've been to Haji Lane for few times. Love it and would definitely go more!

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JJ
NEWBIE
12 reviews
8
17 April 2017
Great vibe!

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Nur
NEWBIE
1 review
8
13 March 2017
Haji Lane is one of my favourite haunts. There's a nice juxtaposition of the old and new. Have some local teh-tarik at Kampung Glam cafe and do some people watching, basked in the sights and the smell of local food. So much culture and interesting things to do

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you make it sound so enticing Nur
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Christina
NEWBIE
10 reviews
8
13 March 2017
It might be the sanitized version of what kampong glam used to be, but let's be honest, so is every other ethnic nook in Singapore :) I love this area, mostly because some of the businesses are still run by the original families who settled the Arab quarters before the start of the Republic. For example, the Kazura family used to sell their oil-based perfumes on single-usage cotton balls near the mosque, as a part of the cleansing and preparation rituals before performing the salah prayer rites. Today they have multiple fragrance businesses across the neighborhood, including Sifr, a high-end fragrance customization boutique run by one of the grandsons. This exemplifies what makes this area so special, to find the stories of Singapore (and not just the products.)

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so many gems you share here
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Deusa
NEWBIE
6 reviews
8
11 March 2017
A must! During the day or night, It's a very interesting place to visit, shop, drink or dine. Easy going and young alternative vibe. I suggest going there without a car. It could be challenging to find a place to park. Please take some time to walk around and discover hidden places. Sometimes they have street events with music, design, exhibitions and performances and some shops stay open so visitors could explore what they offer. Very nice and young atmosphere.

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