We spent a day walking around Haji Lane Singapore to check out some of the funky murals and quirky cafes it has to offer. So here’s our guide on everything you need to know from how to get there to where to eat when visiting the hipster capital.
Haji Lane Singapore – A Tourist Guide
Getting To Haji Lane
The nearest MRT is Bugis Station which pops you out just 500m from either entrance.
Haji Lane Entrances
You can start from either end of the famous street, North Bridge Road or Beach Road.
Haji Lane Wall Art
You’ll be guaranteed to fall in love with at least a couple of the wall murals on Haji Lane. Perfect for those unique Instagram shots.
The famous Haji Lane wall art sits right at the Beach Road entrance.
Shopping At Haji Lane
Haji Lane is known for it’s hipster shops, attracting many tourists and youngsters as a cool place to hang out. Whilst there you can fix up your wardrobe or grab a little something different to take home. Get super artsy with all the creative gifts Haji Lane has to offer.
Cafes In Haji Lane
Not only is it one of the most frequently visited hotspots for shopping in SG, it’s also a cafe hoppers haven. The I Am Cafe at the top of Haji Lane is a number one choice for those who want to grab a light-hearted meal just before beginning their tour.
For a vibrant atmosphere and central location amongst the shops, Juice Clinic is the perfect place to grab a nutritious shake along with a scrumptious lunch whilst soaking in the atmosphere that Haji has to offer.
Don’t forget to swing by Selfie Coffee, where incase the name doesn’t explain it enough, they churn out coffees with your very own selfie on top.
Just a couple of streets over lays one of the most visited tourist attractions in Singapore.
Masjid Sultan is considered one of the most important Mosques in Singapore and it’s easy to see why. Don’t head home from Haji Lane without popping by Muscat Street. You can’t leave without snapping one of the prettiest buildings in the city.
Where To Eat In Singapore
Where To Stay In Singapore
Luxury – Marina Bay Sands – One of the most famous hotels in the world and the only place to stay if you’re looking to sleep in style when arriving in Singapore.
Mid-Budget – Holiday Inn Express Clarke Quay – Perfectly located in one of centrals coolest spots. Clarke Quay’s Holiday Inn offers an amazing night’s stay at a fair price. You can read our review here.
Backpacker – Blue Jazz Hostel – A cheap and cheerful stay in an ideal location for exploring Singapore.
You can also check out the prices of other places to stay in Singapore here.
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