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What The Pug - Singapore's First and Only Pugs Cafe, Located at Haji Lane



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What The Pug is Singapore's first and only dog-petting café dedicated to the adorable pugs! 

Photo Credits: @whatthepugcafe

Venue80 Haji Lane, Singapore 189271
Opening Hours: Tue - Sun 12 pm - 7.45pm (Closed on Mondays), by appointment only
Admission: $20 per pax / 45 mins session

What The Pug is an interesting dog cafe located at Haji Lane that is dedicated to the lovable pugs! Home to 12 squishy pugs, families can visit the cafe to cuddle and play with these little furballs!

The pugs are of different ages and sizes from little puppies to more lazy older ones! According to the sites and reviews that we read, each of them have their own characteristics - with the younger one being more energetic! 

 

 

Before the session starts, the pugs will be eagerly waiting behind a safety gate to be released! Once the gates are opened, you will sense the excitement as they rush out to mingle and play!

Do note that there is no food served at the café - so concentrate on petting and playing with the pugs!

What To Bring Along? 

 

 

We encourage families to bring along wet wipes and extra masks (in case of an extra serving of drool). Also, do leave your own furkids at home as this is a dog-petting café as oppose to a pet-friendly café. 

Where is What The Pugs? 

Photo Credits: @singapore.shopfronts

What The Pugs is a couple of mins walk from Bugis MRT station and is located at a former shophouse along Haji Lane. While going down the street, do look out for the deep purple exterior and pug-designed signboard too! 

Venue: 80 Haji Lane, Singapore 189271
Telephone: 6293 3350
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatthepugcafe/

Ticketing

Do note that visits are by appointment only and tickets can be purchased online*. Tickets are $20 per person for a 45mins session. Each ticket includes a drink and a polaroid photo souvenir. 

The café is open from 12 pm to 7.45 pm from Tue to Sun, and is closed on Mon. Timeslots are limited and only up to 10 guests are allowed at any one time. So it is highly encouraged to purchase your tickets online and to make a reservation before visiting! 

*Note that bookings are currently unavailable, and you may need to check the website often for the latest updates. 

 


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This article is prepared by

Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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