Hounds of the Baskervilles
This is the traditional textile district, where you’ll find several caneware shops near the junction with Baghdad St.
Seemingly pulled from the pages of the Arabian Nights, Singapore's largest mosque is nothing short of enchanting, designed in the...
Call ahead if heading in later in the week – this upstairs cocktail den is as small as it is hugely popular. If you're lucky you'll be...
Tiny, colourfully painted Egyptian cafe full of atmosphere, sheeshas , dips and kebabs. The tables spill out under the five-foot ways at...
24 Bali Lane · interesting places nearby
Hounds of the Baskervilles information
Inked hipsters, antique cabinets bursting with clippers, and a hissing espresso machine: no place screams new-school Singapore like this old-school-inspired barber-cum-tattoo parlour. Get clippered or snipped (walk-ins only), or pimp your skin with a striking new tatt. The top dog artist here is Rosman, a Javanese dude famed for his batik designs.