Newspapers and Media Guide Singapore
Singapore’s newsstands offer global newspapers and media including the International Herald Tribune, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal daily. Furthermore, Singapore offers several local English papers that enjoy wide circulation. Singapore’s premier English newspaper is The Straits Times, which is also the most reputable for its city, regional, and world news coverage.
Please find below the main newspapers in English:
- My Paper (English & Chinese): Free daily tabloid
- The Business Times: Financial daily broadsheet
- The New Paper: General daily tabloid
- The Straits Times: General daily broadsheet
- The Sunday Times: General weekly broadsheet
- TODAY: General free daily tabloid
Most of the local papers are published by Singapore Press Holdings. For subscriptions, visit http://www.sphsubscription.com.sg/eshop/. For Today newspapers, see Today.
For international subscriptions to publications such as TIME, The Economist, Fortune, or Newsweek, contact the following:
- Media Group – 540 Sims Avenue #04-01 SIMS AVENUE CENTRE S 387603 Tel/Hp : 62994411 Fax : 62984411
- Time Inc – 152 Beach Rd #24-05 S 189721 Tel/Hp : 62964386
- Righteous International Subscription Services 71 Ubi Crescent #05-09 Excalibur Centre S 408 571 Tel: (65) 6323 1833 Fax: (65) 6323 1838 Email: email@example.com
For non-subscription purchases of international publications, one can also visit major bookstores including the following:
- Kinokuniya, 391 Orchard Road, Ngee Ann City, #03-10/15 Takashimaya Shopping Centre
- MPH in Raffles City, CityLink Mall, Robinson Road and Novena Square
- Times at Plaza Singapura, CentrePoint, Marina Square, and Jelita
Expat Living Magazine also enjoys wide circulation amongst the expatriate community, as it offers articles and referrals specifically targeted to the expatriate community in Singapore. The magazine can be found in nearly every bookstore and newsstand in the city center or other expatriate areas. SG magazine is also available in many coffee shops and clubs and contains an interesting critique of the news in Singapore together with classified ads and entertainment listings.