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TOHK’s new issue is out and here’s where to get a copy

TOHK’s new issue is out and here’s where to get a copy

If you’re reading this on your way to work, keep your eyes peeled for copies of Time Out Hong Kong’s new issue! Available outside many MTR stations (see below), this Christmas cracker is hot off the presses this morning and is being handed out after 8am. Our cover feature is your holiday survival guide, detailing everything you need to get through Christmas, New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year. Elsewhere there are features on young Hong Kong fashion designers, quirky alternative health treatments, the city’s surf scene and much more. It’s practically guaranteed to bring joy to your world.

In case you missed our previous blog post, here’s where to pick up a copy this morning:

MTR Stations and transport hotspots
Admiralty MTR Station, exits C1 (Queensway Plaza) and D (next to United Centre)
Causeway Bay Station, exits E (Great George St) and F (close to Goldmark)
Central MTR Station, exit A (next to World Wide House)
Kennedy Town MTR Station, exits A and B
Lai Chi Kok MTR Station, exits A and B1
Mei Foo MTR Station, exit A and C1
Mong Kok MTR Station, exits B and C
Quarry Bay MTR Station, Exit B
Sha Tin MTR Station, Exit B
Sha Tin City One Bus Terminal
Sheung Wan MTR Station, exits A1 and E2
Tai Wai MTR Station, exits C and D
Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station, exits B1 Nathan Road (outside iSquare) and A1 (Haiphong Road/Nathan Road)
Tsuen Wan MTR Station, exits A and E
Tung Chung MTR Station, exits A and B
Taikoo Station Exit A2

Walkway between IFC and Discover Bay Pier
Overhead bridge between Hang Seng Bank New Headquarters Building and IFC
Wan Chai pedestrian overhead bridge near Immigration Tower
Wan Chai Gloucester Road (near Police Station)
Star Ferry Terminal Tsim Sha Tsui
Kings Road 1063, Tai Koo
Hung Hom Cross Harbour Tunnel transit A1 and D1 overhead bridges
Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley

However, it’s not just the above commuter spots that our new issue is going to be available at. Hotels from Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel to Le Meridian Cyberport will have copies, likewise F&B outlets such as Simplylife Bakery Café and Classified. If you’re travelling, 11 of the airport lounges in HKG should have the new issue, including the HK Business Aviation Lounge and the Hong Kong Airline Lounge. A wide range of residential and private clubs are to have copies as well, if the previous weren’t options enough.  

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Comments

4 comments
Beth T

I have tried to find the free copies of TimeOut at the Mei Foo station exits, and I cannot find any place where such magazines might be available. Possible to post a photo of a TimeOut kiosk or whatever is used to hold the magazines? I've asked at the station, and they don't know anything about it.

Douglas P

@Beth T Hi Beth. Copies should be at Mei Foo station again, from 8am tomorrow. They may go quickly, though – there’s only a limited number. Still, if you don’t see any tomorrow morning, let us know so we can speak to our distribution partner. 

vi c

can you subscribe for a postal copy ?

Douglas P

@vi c Unfortunately we don’t offer postal subscriptions any more. Hopefully you can find a copy around town! Let us know if you need any more info.