Haji Lane is known for being one of the narrowest streets in Singapore. With a wide range of cool and unusual concept boutiques, you will find yourself spending hours on this unique street. With 2020 just around corner, we’ve done all the research to come to you with the best of Haji Lane. As Singapore’s original indie neighbourhood, it’s got a cool hippie vibe. Here you can find anything you want; from cool bars to hip boutiques, cafés and restaurants. We’ve created an ultimate 2020 guide to Haji Lane Singapore, so you won’t miss out on the best spots.

Shopping at Haji Lane

Haji Lane is known for its hipster boutiques and is a very popular place to hang out, especially for youths. Take the chance to explore the shopping here and find something different and edgy to add to your wardrobe or home.


ficklestore haji lane singapore

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Flip-flops are a comfy way to walk and explore Singapore. But, what if we told you that you don’t have to buy an off-the-wall pair with boring colours? Fickle on Haji Lane customises flip-flips to your liking. Pick a base colour, strap colour and design and add on accessories to make it truly unique.

Opening Hours: 11am – 8.30pm

Ficklestore, 62 Haji Ln, Singapore 189255


Photo: Hygge

Looking to space up your home with some décor, or maybe you’re looking for a gift for a loved one? At Hygge, you can find anything from home décor and accessories, to bags and apparel. You can even get your name or someone else’s name printed on some of the items.

Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 12-6.30pm, Sun: 12-4.30pm

Hygge, 37 Haji Lane, Singapore 189230

The Humble Man

the humble man singapore

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Meet The Humble Man, the new Multi label Men’s Wear Boutique. Located on the 2nd level shop houses in quirky Haji Lane, The Humble Man is a one stop for all man’s shopping needs. Stocked with men’s wear from Europe and Colombia, The Humble Man is determined to refresh your wardrobe from smart causal, weekend wear to Linen Shirt & Swim Trunk. Comfort things inside, meticulous to design details at affordable price tag, coupled with knowledgeable and hospitable retailer is how we will describe The Humble Man. See you soon!

The Humble Man, 69A Haji Ln, Singapore 189262

Drunken Balloon

Drunken Balloon Haji Lane

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When you reach the end of Haji Lane, you’ll see this balloon-covered storefront. This store has got everything to entertain you – board games, party games, novels, and much more. With a wide sortiment of e.g. games, they’ve got something for everyone, and it’s hard to leave the store empty handed.

Drunken Balloon, 84 Haji Lane, Singapore 189273

Bella Kini

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Bella Kini, a multi-label Swimwear Boutique, where time seems to come to a halt while you indulge in a relaxing atmosphere. Swimwear shopping has never been made easier with their knowledgeable retailers and wide selections of brands and cut. Their swimwear are intended to fit like custom made. Bella Kini certainly represents a moment for the lady to feel good and feel beautiful in Swim – the exact message that Bella Kini wants to convey since it’s first retail boutique in July 2004.

Bella Kini’s captivating Swim collection and impeccable fitting experience has won her many public recognition. Voted as the Best Bikini Stop by CLEO Fashion Award and Cozy Cot Holy Grail Fashion Award, Bella Kini was also featured on Razor TV, Fashion Ambush, CLEO, Cosmopolitan and other Fashion Magazines. Official Swimwear Sponsor for Miss Singapore Universe, Bella Kini continues to perfect the Swim experience of ladies.


shopping at haji lane

Photo: Grammah

Vintage never looked this good until you pop into Grammah and see the wide range of hip styles on offer. Grammah is a treasure trove of old school fashion. Pop art meets Mad Men at Grammah. 

Grammah, 66 Haji Ln, Singapore 189259


Photo: Spoilmarket

This unique shop catches your attention from miles away with its turquoise-coloured storefront and packed window display. You know one of those places where you can find literally anything – this is one of those places. Here you can find everything you didn’t know you needed or wanted. And if you don’t feel like buying anything for yourself, you will most likely find something for a friend or family member.

Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 12-9 pm, Sat-Sun: 11am- 9pm

Spoilmarket, 74 Haji Lane, Singapore 189267

Where to Eat in Haji Lane

Haji Lane has always been a hotspot for youths with all its hipster cafés and restaurants. We’ve listed some popular places and hidden gems which we are sure you will like.

All things delicious

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This Halal-certified café has got a cosy interior and a very friendly staff. They also serve amazing quiches and pies, as well as delicious desserts and savouries. After a visit here, we are pretty sure you will find yourself wanting to come back again.

Opening hours: Mon-Thu: 8am – 5pmFri & Sat: 8am – 6pm, Sun: Closed

All things delicious, 462 Crawford Lane, #01-61, Singapore 190462


Krave Haji Lane

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In the corner of Bali Lane, you will find this Malay-Western café. They serve a wide variety of food, such as truffle fries, pasta, pizza, western-Muslim fusion dishes, and Kraving Ayam Bakar. If you’re exploring Haji Lane with a group of people, this is a safe card since you can find something for everyone.

Tue-Thu & Sun: 11.30am – 10pmFri & Sat: 11.30am – 11pm, Mon: Closed

Krave, 28 Bali Lane, Singapore 189864

The Hangar

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At this Melbourne-inspired café and bar, they serve incredibly instagrammable food. The Hangar is known for its unique Aussie-Asian themed food. Prepare yourself for everything from Cuban chicken bowls to eggs on top of woodfire baked sourdough. They also serve craft beers and premium spirits.

Mon: 9am – 6pmTue to Thu: 9am – 9pmFri: 9am – 1amSat: 9am – 10pmSun: 9am – 6pm

The Hangar, 25 Arab Street, Singapore 199724

Julie Bakes

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If you like cupcakes but want to try something different from the usual mainstream cupcakes, Julie Bakes is the place to go. Here you can find a variety of Kampung cupcakes, such as Onde Onde, Bandung and Badak Berendam. Even if you don’t like cupcakes, this place is still worth a visit just to see all the masterpieces.

Opening hours: Tue to Sun: 12pm – 8pm

Julie Bakes, 14 Baghdad Street, Singapore 199653


Limaa Haji Lane

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Healthy food has become a huge trend lately. However, when you walk down Haji Lane, you will find many good food places with delicious yet not so healthy food. Limaa serves healthy AND absolutely delicious food that will make you feel great. Forget the feeling of a bloated stomach or a carb coma – these dishes will fill you up and give you more energy.

Opening hours: Mon to Thu: 8am – 11.30amFri: 8am – 11am, 1pm – 8pmSat & Sun: 11am – 8pm 

Limaa, 51 Haji Lane, Singapore 189244

Bergs (Gourmet Burgers)

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Need a break from your Haji Lane adventure? Drop by Bergs and try their gourmet burgers inspired from Asian flavours. With fresh, daily baked buns and ingredients handcrafted from secret recipes, they can promise you a unique and revolutionary experience. Pick from a generous selection of burgers of different sizes and flavours.

Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 11am-9.30pm, Sat: 12pm-8.30pm

BERGS, 10 Haji Lane, Singapore 189203

Piedra Negra

Piedra Negra Haji Lane

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This Mexican gem is absolutely worth a visit if you’re into Mexican food. The brightly coloured bar and restaurant is hard to miss. Their must-try is the guacamole, which is made from scratch right in front of your eyes.

Opening hours: Sun-Thu: 12pm-12am, Fri-Sat: 12pm-2am

Piedra Negra, 241 Beach Road, Singapore 189753

I Am...

I am... Haji Lane

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Inspired by Amsterdam, I Am… serves food in a very hipster way. Here you can find food from many parts of Europe, such as sandwiches, pasta, fish and chips and burgers. This place is usually very busy on the weekends, and they have very instagrammable foods.

Opening hours: Mon-Thu: 9am-11pm, Fri-Sat: 9am-1am , Sun: 9am-10pm 

I Am…, 674 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188804


Moosh Haji Lane

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You might want to cool down from the Singaporean heat, and what is a better way of doing it than with an ice cream? Moosh is a hole-in-the-wall ice cream shop that offers a wide variety of flavours to satisfy anyone’s taste. We can promise you – you won’t be disappointed!

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 12-8pm | Saturday and Sunday: 12-9pm 

Moosh, 44 Haji Lane, Singapore 189237

Cool Bars

Bar Stories

Bar Stories Haji Lane

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This hidden gem has got a “no menu” policy, meaning you let the bartender know what flavours and type of spirit you would like, and they will make you an amazing cocktail. The friendly bartenders are extremely talented and experienced – you won’t be disappointed. Enjoy your cocktail in a relaxed atmosphere and cozy environment. If you have never tried a bespoke cocktail bar before, it’s about time you do it now! This is the perfect place to go for a great first experience.

Opening hours: Sun-Thu: 5pm-1am, Fri-Sat: 5pm-2am 

Bar Stories, 55-57A Haji Ln, Singapore 189248

Good Luck Beerhouse

Good Luck Beerhouse Haji Lane

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This craft beer bar serves a wide variety of craft beers – both locally brewed and beer imported from New Zealand and the USA. If you like beer, this is definitely a must go to whilst in the neighbourhood.

Opening hours: Mon to Sat: 4pm – 12am, Sun: Closed 

Good Luck Beerhouse, 9 Haji Lane, Singapore 189202

Blu Jaz Café

Blu Jaz Café Haji Lane

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This is a go-to for people who are looking for a great vibe. Here you find people of all kinds, and they play sounds like jazz, hip-hop and reggaeton. This is the place to go for underground parties. Visit their website to browse their signature food and drinks, and to get more information regarding upcoming events.

Opening hours: Sun-Thu: 12pm – 1am, Fri-Sat: 12pm – 2am. 

Blu Jaz Café, 11 Bali Lane (off Haji Lane), Singapore 189848

The Singapura Club

Singapura Club Haji Lane

Photo: The Singapura Club

Unwind after a long day by treating yourself an eccentric and local-inspired drink at The Singapura Club. If you are hungry, they also serve a variety of Asian, Indian, fusion and local cuisines.

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 11am-12am 

The Singapura Club, 26 Haji Lane, Singapore 189219 

Going OM

Going OM Haji Lane

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If you’re going here on a Friday night, you can enjoy some incredible live music. Here you will find hippies and other cool people hanging out with their friends.

Opening hours: Mon: Closed, Tue-Wed: 12pm-12am, Wed-Thu: 12pm-3am, Sat-Sun: 12pm-12am 

Going OM, 63 Haji Lane, Singapore 189256

Fatback & Rye

Fatback & Rye Haji Lane

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If you are after a cool place with a nice atmosphere where you can have a drink with your friends, Fatback & Rye is definitely a hot tip. Let the friendly staff look after you and spoil you with their delicious and affordable drinks. This is also a great place to go for an after work with your colleagues. Head onto Google and read the great reviews about this place, and we couldn’t agree more!

Opening hours: Mon: Closed, Tue-Thu: 5pm-12am, Fri-Sat: 3pm-2am, Sun: 3pm-8pm.

Fatback & Rye, 53 Haji Ln, Singapore 189246

Selfie Coffee

Selfie Coffee Haji Lane

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This concept is a real banger. Latte art is really cool in all honour, but getting a coffee with a selfie of yourself on top of it is, according to us, even cooler. Honestly, how many places can make a coffee with your face on it? Selfie Coffee is worth a visit just for the cool experience.

Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 10am-7pm, Sat-Sun: 10am-9pm 

Selfie Coffee, 11 Haji Lane, Singapore 189204

Juice Clinic

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Juice Clinic is not an average juice bar. This storefront, inspired by pop art graffiti catches all the bypasses’ attention. Whatever you are craving, Clinic has got it all. Whether you want a pastry, coffee or food, you will find it here. If you come in the evening you will most likely be lucky enough to listen to a very talented live singer.

Opening hours: Sun-Thu: 9am-12am, Fri-Sat: 9am-3am

Juice Clinic, 27-29 Haji Lane, Singapore 189222

The Mad Sailors

The Mad Sailors Haji Lane

Photo: The Mad Sailors

If you’re a fan of British food, then The Mad Sailors is the place to go. This British kitchen uses fresh ingredients and recreates delicious British classics and serve them at affordable prices.

Opening hours: Mon-Thu: 12pm-10pm, Sat: 10am-11pm, Sun: 10am-10pm 

The Mad Sailors, 24 Haji Lane, Singapore 189217

Last but not least...

When walking along Haji Lane, you will notice all the incredible artwork on the walls. Take your time to walk around in the neighborhood and enjoy these remarkable paintings all over the place. They also make great photo walls for your pictures.

These are our best tips on places to go to during your visit to Haji Lane. But remember; the street is very long and has a lot to offer. We have listed some examples on very popular places that we enjoy and think you would too, but we also know that everyone has got different taste. The best way to find out is to go there yourself and have a look. Who knows, you might find a new hidden gem!

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