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Time Out Singapore June and July Issue: School's Out!

TOSG June July 2019

Being a kid in Singapore is tough. In true kiasu fashion, students are packed with enrichment programmes, tuition and other out-of-school activities during the holidays. Whatever happened to making new friends at the playground, sucking on 20-cent ice pops before they melt all over our hands or putting on your adventurer hat for a jaunt around the park with mum and dad? There are plenty of other precious memories to be made while the kids have time off – pick up your copy of Time Out Singapore's June and July issue for a little inspiration.

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Get your hands on Time Out Singapore's June and July issue at the following MRT stations for free from 7.30am to 9.30am on June 6:

Raffles Place

Tanjong Pagar

City Hall




Dhoby Ghaut



Buona Vista

Marina Bay


Afternoon distribution of excess copies (subject to availability) from 11.30am to 2.30pm at:


Amoy Street Food Centre

Maxwell Food Centre

The magazine is also available at Huggs-Epigram Coffee Bookshop for free. The stock is limited so head down to #01-01, The URA Centre, 45 Maxwell Rd before they're out.

Can't get your hands on a copy? Subscribe to a Time Out Singapore for a year and we'll deliver a copy to your doorstep each month for just $33! Email for more information.

Here's what you can expect in Time Out Singapore's June and July issue. 

This month's cover feature: School's Out! The best kid-friendly activities that are fun for the whole family.

Trails and ways: spend time out and about exploring Singapore's walking trails.

Trendspotting: the world's best chefs share their food and restaurant trend predictions for 2019 and beyond.

Nightmare at Oldham Theatre: catch these Asian horror films at this new theatre in the heart of the city.


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