Free Wi-Fi and no fee payable.
Out of spots to study or work at? Here’s some good news for you.
Just a five-minute walk from Farrer Park Station, this cosy coworking space at Inspired Arts allows visitors to work in peace without needing to pay a fee.
Originally a cafe within an art studio, the space also has free Wi-Fi and no time restrictions, so you can stay for as long as you’d like!
The coolest part about Inspired Arts is that it has a hidden doorway, specially sculpted by the founder, Hamish Betts.
While it might look like an ordinary bookcase on the outside, it actually opens up to reveal an auditorium.
At the coworking space, there are a total of 11 tables, excluding the window seating area where there are outlets for you to charge your devices.
There’s also a lounge area with sofas and a TV so you can chill with friends and family.
For parents with children, you can keep them occupied with the markers and paper provided at the tables closer to the counter.
There are no food and beverages available there, as the cafe there has temporarily stopped operations.
However, you can feel free to bring your own snacks and drinks. Just remember to clean up after yourself and make use of the sanitising wipes provided at the entrance.
Inspired Arts is located at 11 Sam Leong Road, TRIO Level 2, Singapore 207903.
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