Haji Lane

24 Mar

Whenever Dante and I travel, we love going to places that are out of the way with little boutiques and shops rather than going to the malls.  So Dante researched online and discovered Haji Lane in Singapore.  Haji Lane is a charming little place with shophouses, independent fashion labels and Middle Eastern Cafes.  Here’s an overview of what’s in Haji Lane 🙂

Haji Lane's narrow streets lined up with shophouses 🙂

So many cute and colorful cafes in Haji Lane 🙂

Peewee, Dante, Andy and Chris enjoying our little walk around Haji Lane.

Picture-picture! 🙂

One more-one more! 🙂

Check out these decorated mailboxes.  So tempted to pimp my mom’s mailbox! 🙂

The Troopers are everywhere.

Arab Street is just next to Haji Lane. We didn't get to explore much of Arab Street though. Some shops were closed.

Entering a shophouse 🙂

Peewee rockin' the Hello Kitty glasses! 🙂

The ring I purchased 🙂

Out of all the cafes in Haji Lane, we ended up in a familiar place, Tutti Frutti Frozen Yoghurt.

At this time, we were reading all these tweets from Manila about Magnum and just had to try it. Good thing, there was a 7-11 next to Tutti Frutti 🙂

I really liked the vibe of Haji Lane 🙂 Very hip and eclectic, perfect place for hipsters like my husband. Hahaha! 🙂

3 Responses to “Haji Lane”

  1. eye to eye March 25, 2012 at 4:06 am #

    I love it, Cathy! Thank you for the tip! A must-see place on my next trip to Singapore! 😉

  2. Valerie Katigbak March 26, 2012 at 9:49 pm #

    Is the jury still out on Magnum? What’s the verdict? 😛

    • catcantada March 27, 2012 at 2:23 am #

      Hey Valerie! 🙂 hahaha! It’s so popular here now grabe! 🙂 It’s good naman 🙂 But it’s a little too rich for me. So once in a while only 🙂 hehe Do you like it? 🙂

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