I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not a morning person. I’d much rather burn the midnight oil than wake up at 6am to get things done. There’s something special about the stillness of the air and the city lights against the dark sky that make staying up worthwhile. Not to mention the late-night things to do, secret supper clubs and err, other heart-racing extracurricular activities – and no, I’m not talking about visiting Geylang. Download a copy of Time Out Singapore's October issue or pick it up at the following places and spend the night with us.
Get your hands on Time Out Singapore's October issue at the following MRT stations for free from 7.30am to 9.30am on October 3:
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. 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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Here's what you can expect in Time Out Singapore's October issue.
This month's cover feature: Good Night Singapore. Things to do at night, secret supper clubs and the most haunted spots in the city.
An alternative guide to Orchard Road – cool shops you didn't know existed on Singapore's glamorous shopping belt.
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