Grab a pen, it's time to start ticking off your Singapore bucket list. Now, I'm not going to lie, creating a list of things to do in this city is not hard. But sorting out what is really worth your – regardless if you live here or you’re just visiting – gets a bit trickier. Thankfully, the Time Out Singapore team is made up of highly opinionated people who hang out, go out and eat out a lot. Probably more than we should, to be honest. We’ve also turned to the experts for their fave haunts to present you this list of 99 things to do in Singapore. It’s everything we’re loving in the city right now.
Get your hands on Time Out Singapore's November issue at the following MRT stations for free from 7.30am to 9.30am on October 31:
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 select cafés for free from November 5. The stock is limited so head down to the following cafés before the mag runs out.
Chye Seng Huat Hardware
Columbus Coffee Co.
Common Man Coffee Roasters
Huggs-Epigram Coffee Bookshop
Lunar Coffee Brewers
My Awesome Cafe
The Fabulous Baker Boy
Wildseed Cafe & Bar
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Here's what you can expect in Time Out Singapore's November issue.
This month's cover feature: Your Singapore Bucket List – 99 of the best things to do in the city right now.
Nonya revival: Peranakan restaurants that are redefining the cuisine.
Art for dummies: how to buy your first piece of art.