As I mentioned in the previous post, Haji Lane is an artsy, narrow alley where you can find (mostly) boutiques owned and designed by local Singaporean designers. Further than that, you can also find many cafes and restaurants here, which offer a variety of good food, from Western to Middle Eastern cuisines.
At the end of January, my husband and I went to Singapore to celebrate our half a year anniversary (that sounds cheesy, I know). We have planned this trip for quite a long time ago, but a major loss happened right before the trip. My father-in-law passed away in the first week of January, and it almost cancelled our plan. But we finally decided to give it a go, despite the circumstance.
So in the first two days we stayed in The Sultan Hotel, in Bugis area. This is a beautiful boutique hotel which gives you some nostalgic feelings with its old-style building. The hotel was awarded with Architectural Heritage in 2012.
Disclaimer: This is not a paid post, I reviewed the hotel because I enjoyed my stay and hope this post will give reference for anyone who plan their trip to Singapore.