Mythical for being one of the narrowest roads in Singapore, Haji Lane in Kampong Glam offers a strange and fascinating blend of independent boutiques offering an incredible determination of garments, embellishments and even vintage cameras. This road in the Arab Quarter now emerges as one of the must-do shopping encounters for those watchful for phenomenal things.
Expect idiosyncratic outlines, abnormal materials and splendid hues; in the event that you want to shop make sure to give yourself a lot of time to investigate Haji Lane as most shop fronts shroud an abundance of things holding up to be found, and with new boutiques flying up all the time you are probably not going to leave away flat broke.
It can be anything but difficult to stroll past Haji Lane on the off chance that you are not searching for it; the nearest MRT stop is at Bugis, and from that point head down Rochor Road past Bugis Junction Mall until the point when you go to the intersection with North Bridge Road. Haji Lane is around five minutes past this, after the Ophir Road crossing. The path itself is really, brimming with treat hued shop houses and fascinating wall paintings.