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Pick up your free copy of Time Out Hong Kong’s new issue!

Issue 226

Our free, new-look magazine is available now! Inside, it comes packed with exciting features like Hong Kong’s best night hikes, sustainability in the local F&B scene, up-and-coming Hong Kong bands you need to know about, tips on how to prepare for this November’s Super Spartan race, and much more.

Distribution is being staggered throughout September. If you can’t wait to get your hands on a copy – and you missed your chance this morning – head to the following locations over the next couple of days:

THURSDAY

8am-10am

Sheung Wan MTR station, exit E2 (Millennium Plaza)
Kowloon Bay MTR station
Kwun Tong MTR station

FRIDAY

8am-10am
Admiralty MTR station, exit C1 (Queensway Plaza)
Admiralty MTR station, exit D (United Centre)
Central MTR station, exit K (Prince’s Building)
Central, IFC / Hang Seng Bank Headquarters Building bridge

11.30am-1.30pm
Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station, exit A1 (Haiphong Road / Nathan Road)
Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station, exit B1 (Cameron Road / Nathan Road)
Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station, exit C1 (Nathan Road, outside iSquare)
Wan Chai MTR station, exit A3 (Johnston Road)
Wan Chai, Amoy Street / Johnston Road tram stop

5pm-7pm
Central–Mid-Levels Escalators, Queens Road Central
Central MTR station, exit D2 (Theatre Lane)
Tsim Sha Tsui, Star Ferry Pier
Tsim Sha Tsui, Harbour City entrance (Canton Road)
Tsim Sha Tsui, Harbour City next to  Silvercord (Canton Road)

If you’re travelling, you can pick up a copy of Time Out Hong Kong at the following Hong Kong International Airport lounges:

CNAC Lounge
Sky Team Lounge
Royal Orchid Lounge
Hong Kong Airline Lounge
Emirates Lounge
United Lounge
The Traveller’s Lounge East
The Traveller’s Lounge West
Qantas Lounge
Plaza Premium Lounge

Our magazine is also available at numerous hotels across the city including The Peninsula, Mandarin Oriental, HK Gold Coast Hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Sha Tin; various cafés and restaurants in Hong Kong such as Pret a Manger, Simplylife and Classified; as well as many private clubs and residential clubs.

We hope you enjoy the new issue!

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