A small, unmarked lane along Arab Street will bring you to Haji Lane, Singapore's narrowest street at approximately 3.5 metres across. Here, you enter the hip and trendy side of the area where you can find small, quirky shops that you won't find in established malls. One of them is Dulcetfig
which sells vintage clothes for the modern girl, while KIN
is a stylish menswear boutique. There's also style emporium, Pluck
, which even boasts a great ice cream parlour with some fantastic homemade strawberry champagne sorbet.
If walking fatigue is setting in, Going Om
, which does tarot card readings and yoga classes, has a cafe with a tranquil interior for a restful break. If you fancy something stronger, Bar Stories
, also on the same street, is a quirky little cocktail bar that serves a mean Mojito sorbet.