Shopping Singapore, Singapore
Singapore’s colourful and vibrant Haji Lane pedestrian street was once the place where pilgrims came to pick up anything they might need for their journey to Mecca. Today, it's home to a string of hip boutiques and buzzing bars and restaurants. Offering appealing alternatives to the big international brands, vintage clothing stores nestle alongside small fashion designers, quirky homewares shops and “latte art” professionals. Continue your stroll along the nearby Arab Street and its surrounding area. It’s the perfect place to buy shimmering fabrics, such as traditional batik cloth from Malaysia and Indonesia, along with Middle Eastern cultural items such as prayer mats, and alcohol-free perfumes.