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Reviewed October 26, 2017 via mobile

I unfortunately visited the area at seven thirty in the evening and found most stores closed.
That made it difficult to capture the vibe of the area.

Haji Lane was quite hard to find too... even the locals didn't know how to direct me.
Once there, I was once again left speechless that at eight in the evening, only a handful of cafes / bars were opened and the lane was dark and unappealing.
Better lighting of the area in general would be helpful, since the colorful old buildings as well as street art, are a magnet for tourists worldwide.

1  Thank Angie B
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Reviewed October 23, 2017

Not as large as Chinatown or Little India, but still good to walk around and understand the diverse culture of Singapore. If you walk from Bushri Street, you can take in the beautifull pristine architecture and colour of the buildings and also pass by the mosque. Lots of alleys with textile shops, cafes and bars. A real buzz.

1  Thank SagaloutsTour
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Reviewed October 20, 2017 via mobile

What a great little find this was, after being told to visit it from one of the staff members at the Pan Pacific Hotel where we were staying. After a short walk of about 1/2 an hour, we arrived and it was one fascinating location to visit which definitely is a must do. The alleys were a mix of different business, really to many to mention, as it was a very muggy day we decided to stop at a little bar for a drink, and believe me it was small but a relaxing time and cool while we had our break. After leaving we went on to find and look at the Mosque and palace. It also a must and a wonderful building inside and out, and yes photos are allowed to be taken. A must do if in Singapore for a couple of days. You can also catch the MRT to get to this location if you can’t walk the distance.

1  Thank Dianne S
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Reviewed October 19, 2017

Beautiful old architectural buildings in pristine condition. It has great shops and food places that's worth a visit

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Reviewed October 18, 2017 via mobile

So many shops line the streets selling materials. Carpets and a lot more. Shop keepers love a good chatter . So friendly. And so reasonable priced. Pays to haggle with price . Well worth a visit

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