Upper Hazhi Lane shops have not yet opened, and there are basically no visitors. It looks a bit like Nanluogu Lane. It mainly manages some special commodities. Although it missed the good opportunity to buy things, it is so clean and suitable for taking photos. Haha! Although the garbage can in front of every shop looks strange, it is enough to see how much attention Singapore attaches to environmental hygiene, which needs to be maintained by all of us together! __________ Large area of murals let us stop for a long time, literature and art Fan Xiaoqing fresh enough to describe its characteristics! So that we pat horizontally and horizontally, and we all lament that we still can't find a good angle to shoot the most beautiful side of it.
It seems that every city has such a street. Although the street is not spacious, there are many shops on both sides. Although one is next to another, it is not the same. Whether it is the facade design or the interior layout, almost every small shop has its own characteristics, even if it is a card, graffiti is painstaking. It has gradually become a fashion trend, a favorite place for young people.
Haji Lane is absolutely full of art and literature, many boutiques, clothing accessories and so on, many of which are handmade by local designers, very beautiful but also small and expensive. Even if you are not interested in shopping, this is a good place for street photography. There are many coffee shops and bars near this street, which are suitable for going with friends.
As the name implies, Hazhi Lane is really a lane, but there are many colorful graffiti inside. At first glance, it's the place where young literary and artistic people live. It doesn't take long to visit most of his shops. The later they open in the afternoon, the more lively they are. The "Hazhi Lane" in Ganbang Gannan is a good place to find. Take the subway to Bugis Station, Exit B, walk through Raffles Hospital, turn right after Ophir Road crosses the road, go straight along Golden Landmark Shopping Complex, turn left at the first intersection, and the second lane across the street.
It's interesting, but there's a garbage can in front of every store. It smells bad on the street.
Haji lane is a small street, not far from Arab street. It's probably famous for Cheng Youqing. There are some shops selling clothes and gadgets on the street, and of course there are many restaurants & amps. The houses in bar lane are painted with various bright colors, which are very Malay. The day we went was Monday, and many stores were closed.
This is Hazi Lane, a quiet lane, very colorful, suitable for photography.