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Dempsey Hill and Holland Village have been increasingly popular with Singapore's younger working adults and the island's expatriates. Deviating slightly away from the city centre and tucked in the crevices of Singapore's suburban living, Dempsey Hill and Holland Village not only boasts of a lively nightlife but also a treasure trove of bohemian products from fashion to furniture.

Shopping at Holland Village

Posted on 26 Nov 2010 by joyceho
As a juxtaposition between the local hawker food and newsstands against the aromatic air of red wine, cafes and restaurants, Holland Village is Singapore's unofficial expatriate hangout. There are boutique shops above the pubs and restaurants, and also several cheap clothing outlets located in front of the main road. The Holland Road Shopping Centre, famous for its oldest furniture tenant, features a wide variety of glassware, Asian crafts, antiques, art galleries, bohemian type clothings and...

Shopping at Dempsey Hill

Posted on 27 Dec 2010 by joyceho
Dempsey Hill, or Tanglin Village, used to be home to former British Army barracks and was later turned antique warehouse area which in some ways still exist today. Being segregated with its lush gardens and long walk-in from the main road, its hard to imagine that behind the cool and calming facade, Dempsey Hill is a thriving gourmet and epicurean nightspot. Amid the epicurean food culture that embodies Dempsey Hill, be charmed by the many quirky antiques, beautifully crafted teakwood furniture ...