Holland Village is a neighbourhood located within Singapore along the boundary between Bukit Timah and the residential township of Queenstown.
Holland Village earns its popularity from the dining and the shopping centres that act as major tourist attractions for both the expatriates and the locals of Singapore.
Holland Village Singapore, Shopping, Cafe, Restaurant & Food
You will find a large number of restaurants, bars and shops in Holland Village. For quick eats, food chains serving here include Subway, Sushi Tei, Bread Talk and Coffee Bean, amongst many others. In addition, a food court and a market are available and have food stalls that sell both western and local dishes.
Wala Wala, which is situated along the stretch of Lorong Mambong, is the most famous bar in this area. Other bars include Harry’s bar, Tango’s bar and Baden.
Holland Village Shopping Mall and Holland Road Shopping Centres are the main shopping centres in this area. The village also hosts a range of art galleries, art framing specialists, gift and craft shops.
Near Block 18, there is a new multi-storey car park. The car park adds 400 more parking spaces which make it easy to find a space here. Or you can travel via the MRT and alight at Holland Village MRT station which brings you inside Holland Village.
I am visiting Singapore during CNY this year, what shops and restaurants will be open in Orchard road, holland village and Clarke quay?
Most of the larger stores and malls will remain open during the Chinese New Year celebrations, with some closing on the public holiday only. Many smaller stores and stalls will close as it is typically their only holiday break during the year. If you are concerned about a particular store, I suggest you check individual websites for store opening hours.