Practically secluded from the rest of the world with its lush gardens and long walk-in from the main road, its hard to imagine that behind its cool and calming facade, Dempsey Hill is a thriving gourmet and epicurean nightspot. On the contrary, its lush soft-lit ambiance makes for a perfect antidote for many claustrophobic souls. Dempsey Hill, or Tanglin Village, use to be home to former British Army barracks and was later turned antique warehouse area which in some ways still exist today. Amid the epicurean food culture that embodies Dempsey Hill, be charmed by the many quirky antiques, beautifully crafted teakwood furniture and Kasmiri carpets.
Take your pick of some of Southeast Asia finest dining sets, cabinets, dressers and other accented pieces. Its antique shops features unique artifacts known to Asia highly sought after by serious collectors. Browse through some chic contemporary Asian art at some of the art galleries on site or treat yourself to some bold fashion choices at the Rouge French Designs–Asian Twist. Check out the intricately designed jewellery pieces at JC World of Precious or be seen with a good cup of coffee on the house as you shop for some branded eyewear at [email protected] Shops open from as late as 10:30am with some outlets closing at late as 11pm although most shops closes at 6-7pm in time for some fine dining.