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Sunday, 20 October 2013

Travel: Haji Lane, Singapore

Happy Sunday!

I casually mentioned that I haven't been to Singapore in a long time then dad spontaneously agreed to bring us to Haji Lane yesterday. Super happy cos I've been wanting to check out this place! 

Haji Lane is a street that sells designer clothes and one-of-a-kind pieces. Damn hipster can. You can't NOT want to go in and have a look though. All the different coloured shops and deco make the street look so pretty! 

I've heard a lot about the cheap clothes over here so I was pretty excited to get some SGD5-10 clothes. Bad luck for me though, I couldn't find any :( My sister got 2 dresses for SGD10. Got a bottle of nail polish for free some more. CHEAP OR WHAT. 

Piedra Negra, a Mexican restaurant. They have an outlet in JB 
too (not sure if it's still in operation though). Most pubs and restaurants have Happy Hour around 4-8pm if you're looking for something to drink.

Mummy! <3

Arab Street was just next to Haji Lane so we went there too. Very Morrocan/ Turkish feel! There's also a Children's Toy Museum. 

HAHAHA so Bollywood. My parents are so cute!

We had some snacks at Istanbul Grill's and Bar. First time trying Turkish food. To our surprise, its deliciousWe were told the chef is Chinese, but the food is authentic. Don't convert and it's actually quite affordable lah... XD

Daddy <3

Meza Dip Platter. SGD14.90, comes with 5-6 kinds of dips and Balloon Bread.  The sauces are made of chickpeas, eggplant, yoghurt, totally no meat. The traditional bread, baked in a charcoal oven, is so fluffy yet crisp!

Chicken Shish Kebab, SGD16.90. DAMN YUMMY. Even Turkish rice tastes better than normal rice.

         Hot Apple Turkish Tea, SGD5.50 a pot. Sour, but I like it. Sis finds it disgusting though. 

While waiting for dinner, we played with Bubble Balloons. Anyone remembers this from their childhood?? 


{Thrift finds!}
Three-way top & checkered shorts from Berjaya Times Square. The shorts were only RM10 XD
Sis's polka dot bag from China
Charles & Keith gladiator sandals

Sis's OOTD

After dinner, we went to CHIJMES (I still have no idea what that stands for). You'd think it's a normal church from the outside, but there's actually a lot of cool bars and fine dining restaurants! The interior reminds me of my high school, heh (Convent JB FTW). Someone hosted their wedding in the church, so pretty and dreamy *_*

Oh anyway, these are my loots. All these for SGD10 also.

Feels great to spend time w my family again after so long. :) Appreciate what you have and have NO MONDAY BLUES tomorrow! 

PS: All photo credits to my awesome dad! Finally some good quality HD pics from the DSLR.. Find more photos here:



  1. seems like a nice place worth visiting =)

    Heaven Knows

    1. It is! Go check it out if you're ever in Singapore! :)

  2. Thx for dropping a comment on my blog, dear :). I lived in Singapore for three years during high school and go there at least once a year ever since but never been to Haji Lan >.<. I go to Bugis Street for cute and super cheap fashion stuffs instead :)

    1. Wow then you rly gotta drop by the next time you're in Singapore! It's a rly pretty place, near Bugis too. I love Bugis, all the cheap trendy clothes!

  3. wow pretty ler!!i never been here!!!i wud come here if i visit SG again! #gig#

    1. Yeap! You should! Considering they sell cheap clothes too!


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