• Haji Lane is one of those spots you just have to visit and say you’ve been there. Known for it’s quirky graffiti and bright colourful buildings it’s a photographers paradise. Not only is the graffiti quirky but so are the shops and cafes there, perfect for little gifts or clothing.

    WHAT IS HAJI LANE?
    Haji Lane is a very popular tourist destination now in Singapore. It is a street filled with lots of quirky shops, restaurants and cafes and also it’s walls are covered in amazing graffiti and street art.

    HOW DO I GET TO IT?
    It is located off of Ophir Road (see map below). The nearest train station is Bugis on the Downtown Line (blue line) and then it is a 7 minute walk from the station.

    Nearest Station:
    The nearest MRT station to Haji Lane is Bugis on the Downtown Line (blue line) and then it is a 7 minute walk.

    WHAT CAN I FIND IN HAJI LANE?
    Haji Lane is filled with so many quirky shops, cafes & restaurants and unique street art.
    Some of the quirky shops include Drunken Ballon, which is filled with lots of retro memorabilia and games, Monday’s Off which is perfect if you are into the Scandi-vibe and chic home decor, Fickle which you can build your own flip flops by choosing your own base, rubber strap, charms and anything else you would like to decorate your flip flops with and many other awesome shops you need to check out.

    The unique street art you can find includes this brightly coloured indian mans face, a man wearing a turban with the Singapore flag and lots more.

    The places to eat at that you should try include Little Po for their bubble tea, Krave, BrotherBird for their cool doughnuts, The Hangar for their delicious selection of burgers and so many others – you won’t go hungry.

    Sadly, I missed quite a chunk of Haji Lane which is annoying as we tried to fit as much as we could into one day due to us losing a day from a mess up with our accomodation so I’m gutted I didn’t get to see all of it. I absolutely love the vibe of Haji Lane and how bright, happy and colourful it is. I could quite happily spend all day there! If it’s not on your Singapore bucket list – I highly recommend you put it on there.

    Are you interested in checking out Haji Lane and are planning a trip to Singapore? Let me know in the comments below.

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    A Guide To Exploring Haji Lane