If there is any red card in Singapore, then it is Haji Lane, which has been sizzling in recent years.
The legendary Haji Lane used to be just an empty street lined with houses in front of the station. With the presence of a large number of local designers and young entrepreneurs, many of the most fashionable boutique shops are selling one after another. A variety of fashion accessories and items with local Singaporean flair. Here you will find a great old-fashioned shop selling a variety of exotic trendy costumes and accessories, as well as a number of local emerging designer boutiques that showcase their unique style. The colorful and colorful graffiti on the walls on both sides has injected vitality into this street and has become a must-see for fashionistas to Singapore.
When I came to this street with enthusiasm, I had to say that I was a little disappointed. The narrow alleys are crowded with "net red people" from all over the world. Bright clothes, different POSEs, and different brands of cameras have become more noticeable than graffiti. As far as the scale of the street is concerned, there is no way to compare with an art park in Beishangguang. On the artistic aspect of graffiti, it is different from the graffiti street around the world every day. The graffiti here is only a means to attract passengers. After painting, it will almost never be replaced; let alone, the green garbage bins on the roadside are really disappointing. Therefore, it is really not worth visiting here. It is not as good as the nearby Sultan Mosque.
Because Xiaotoutou has a good habit of reading, so every time I go there, if I have free time, I would like to take her to a bookstore or library to read a book. It is no exception to Singapore.
National Library is one of the largest and most advanced libraries in Southeast Asia. The main building is surrounded by glass walls, high ceilings and wind tunnels. The ventilation and lighting effects are very good. The top floor is There are also a number of sky gardens on the rooftop to beautify the environment and reduce the temperature of the building.
"My Tree House" designed for children is also set here, this is the world's first green library ",
tree house entrance is like a magic forest, with giant mushrooms And the cute little animals, the cute shape makes the little girl happy. Stepping into the children's reading room, a three-meter-high tree will come into view. This tree named "Knowledge Tree" uses more than 3,000 trees. Constructed from recycled plastic bottles, the tree body also uses environmentally-friendly building materials. The whole tree conveys the concept of environmental protection to the children. The design of the entire space is based on the theme of green forest. Each row of bookshelves is a small tree. The age of children and the language of the book are classified, and the reading area suitable for the little babies is a low mushroom shelf, which is convenient for the children to read. The little girl happily picks up the picture book she likes and climbs the tree house. Go to a corner and sit down and read quietly. In this childlike environment, children can plug in the wings of imagination.
Exploring the night zoo, the animals are smashing at night
An animal show called "The Elf of the Night" is the ace of the Singapore Night Zoo. The
show begins with a black, sloppy, docile and honest animal. Its less light body crawled on the shoulders of the animal trainer, and it was dark and even difficult to distinguish between the five senses. Its task is to complete a small game to guess where the food is, in conjunction with the on-site invited children. At the same time, the whimsical owls that always appear in some funny videos flew past the theater and fell honestly on the staff's arms. Later, it appeared to be called a leopard cat. The "selling point" can be vacated to reach about 5 times its own height. Sure enough, the breeder threw a large piece of meat high, only to see the leopard cat jump agilely, slamming, the meat fell into its mouth. The speed is too fast, and I can't clearly capture the most exciting moments. Next, it was the turn of the big python that was 5 meters deep. Perhaps it was too nervous and excited. The lady just fell into a big head as soon as she entered the scene, and she came back to the world in front of everyone. Then it was the turn of Mr. Raccoon and two cute little mice to perform. Their task is to put garbage such as bottles into the trash can. Don't look at the chubby face of the classmates. The embarrassing look is so cute. The night action show lasts for about 35 minutes. It is recommended to sit in the front row, so you will have the opportunity to get in touch with the little animals.
Walking out of the Sultan Mosque, you will see an Arab street nearby.
Postcards, Islamic costumes, small gifts, etc. are all sold, the owner is mainly Malay.
Continue along the Arab Street, the famous Haji Lane.
HijiLane was once an empty street that nobody cares about. Fortunately, the presence of local designers and young entrepreneurs has revived this old lane.
Walk in the Haji Lane and feel completely inconspicuous with the Arabic style. Here, I read more about the art and the fresh, fashionable trend. For a moment, I thought I was in a special neighborhood in Seoul, South Korea. Another feature of
Hazhi Lane is: graffiti wall.
Colorful graffiti wall, full of energy and vitality!
In Haji Lane, you can be surrounded by cute groceries, have a cocktail, and enjoy a quiet time while drinking.
In Haji Lane, it is quite comfortable, with a rare quiet in the city, you can walk slowly here.
In the Haji Lane, every store has made every effort to attract your attention, and all the way to the surprise.
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From the map, the location of Merlion Park is a bit embarrassing, because it is between two subway stations, it is plain, please be prepared to go a long way after the subway! At the beginning of the
Hua Deng, the high-rise buildings on both sides of Singapore are lit up, and there is an illusion that they are in Hong Kong.
The Merlion in Merlion Park is much smaller than the Merlion in Sentosa, looks more lovely and more approachable.
Taking a picture of a Merlion like spitting water is also a designated action that every visitor must make.
The angle of the Sands Hotel opposite the Merlion Park is also the most beautiful.
After walking through the Merlion Park, returning along the road will take you to Clarke Quay. The
Cala Wharf area is a seafood restaurant, and the Rainbow Bridge at Clarke Quay is very beautiful on the water.
In such a beautiful scenery, it is a great pleasure to have a great meal of seafood.