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Cafes Around Singapore With Free WiFi And Power Sockets To Get Work Done!

7. Old Hen Coffee Bar


Famous for cold brew, Old Hen Coffee Bar is the perfect place for coffee enthusiasts who love a good cuppa while they get productive. The cafe’s got a pretty refreshing atmosphere and cool vibe, with lots of sunlight streaming through its glass panels.

You’ll be pleased to know that there’s also a wide table in the cafe – ideal for study groups or project meetings!

Their Chicken Cheese Burrito is a hot favourite on their menu so if you’re looking to fuel up, you know what to order!

The cafe is located just 250m from Farrer Park MRT. Its convenience and accessibility is definitely a plus!

Opening Hours:
12pm to 10pm (Monday, Wednesday to Friday)
10am to 6:30pm (Saturday)
1am to 10pm (Sunday)
Closed on Tuesday

88 Rangoon Rd, Singapore 218374

8. One Man Coffee


One Man Coffee is probably more suited for those who prefer to work alone. Compared to the other cafes on this list, its space is definitely more limited. Nonetheless, its quiet environment and free wifi makes it a great place to get productive.

One Man Coffee is known for their signature soft boil eggs so if you’re the type that works well early in the day, you might want to have your breakfast here before you get grinding!

The nearest MRT station to One Man Coffee is Marymount MRT station, however, you’ll still need to take a bus there. From the station, take bus 410 and you’ll get to this quaint cafe in a jiffy!

Opening Hours: 9am to 5pm, Daily
215R Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574349

9. The Muffinry

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This three-story cafe has more than enough power points located in various parts of the cafe. Feeling tired from studying? Why not treat yourself to their green eggs & ham muffin! They’re just $3.50 each – a pretty reasonably priced treat that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.

The Muffinry has a pretty central location, which makes it great for study groups or meet-ups. It’s situated just 550m away from Raffles MRT Station and you can get there on foot in just a few minutes

Opening Hours:
8am to 7pm (Monday to Friday)
8am to 6pm (Saturday)
Closed on Sunday

 112 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068581

It’s great that there are so many cafes around Singapore that make conducive environments to get work done. It doesn’t matter whether you stay in the east or nearer to the west – there’s bound to be a cafe near you where you can get productive with a good cuppa!


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