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8 Quiet Cafes in Singapore that are Perfect to Study In

OSAU Team


While some prefer to study at home, others find cafes a better choice. This is because cafes can have a better ambiance to help us focus. A change in environment may even motivate us to study better. In a practical sense, there are refreshments like cakes and drinks in cafes, as well as a good Wi-Fi connection.

So if you’re looking for some great cafes where you can study quietly or simply stay and enjoy rainy days, try exploring these cafes in Singapore now!


1. Dal.Komm Coffee

8 Quiet Cafes in Singapore that are Perfect to Study InPhoto credit: dal.komm coffee

 Did you watch Goblin or Descendants Of The Sun? They’re pretty famous K-drama series that have taken over the film industry on a global scale, and Dal.Komm Coffee is featured in them! Cool, right?

Of course, the place is also a great café because of their amenities. The cafe induces an industrial, warm, and relaxing aura through their light and room setup that can make you feel at home. They also serve extraordinary drinks made by professional baristas.

The café has plenty of tables and seating areas where you can settle in for hours. Lastly, the place offers good internet connection as well as power plugs where you can charge your devices.

The café is located at 176 Orchard Road. Learn more about their products and services here.


2. Amber Ember

8 Quiet Cafes in Singapore that are Perfect to Study In

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With an instagrammable ambiance and unique refreshments on the menu, Amber Ember is a relatively new café in Singapore providing novelty experience. While it may be comparatively more expensive, it is worth trying their jaffles (a toasted sandwich originated from Australia) and coffee selections originated from Guatamela.


The cafe is a work and student-friendly place offering free Wi-Fi connection as well as power plugs. They are located at #01-01, 730 Upper Serangoon Rd, an ulu place or a more or less remote area with lesser crowds, making it a great option if you’re looking for some peace and quiet. Check out their website here.


3. The Moon

 

8 Quiet Cafes in Singapore that are Perfect to Study In

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 The Moon isn’t just a café—it’s also a bookstore and an event center providing customers a rare community-centric service and experience! Their vast collection of books features a variety of authors, both big and small names and publications. With those books, book-lovers will refuse to leave the place so soon.


The café also serves gluten-free food, dairy-free drinks, and vegan options for customers who prefer so. If you’re up for some tarot reading, they even arrange tarot events once in a while! Like other cafes, they have complete amenities like Wi-Fi and power plugs for your work and school needs.

Visit the moon at 37 Mosque St and check out their calendar of events here to see if there is anything that catches your interest.


4. The Social Space

8 Quiet Cafes in Singapore that are Perfect to Study In

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  Labelling themselves as “a socially conscious multi-concept store”, The Social Space upholds strong principles and ideologies that transcends your typical café structure.

The café’s products are carefully selected and manufactured through ethical means for both their customers and employees. In other words, these products are socially, ecologically-friendly, and of course, of high-quality.

The café is part of a quiet district in Kreta Ayer, making it an ideal place for study sessions. Aside from good coffee and tea collection, The Social Space also makes healthy smoothie bowls that are great brain food. They are located at 333 Kreta Ayer Rd. Learn more about them here.


5. The Coffee Academics

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 The Coffee Academics is a café known for its food, coffee, and other beverage specialties like Manuka coffee and organic coffee latte. Their classic espresso can awake your mind and spirit for higher productivity in your studies. They also serve all-day-breakfasts that can boost up your energy for greater output.

You can find The Coffee Academics at 6 Scotts Rd, a quieter neighborhood than other usual streets. Their take on sustainability also makes their products and services worth experiencing. Learn more about it here.


6. The Book Café

8 Quiet Cafes in Singapore that are Perfect to Study In

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Experience both a library and a café at the same time in The Book Café. The place has been known for quite some time in the district because of its comfort and serenity, a place ideal for students who are having a hard time focusing in loud settings.

They offer a fast internet connection and a free printing service. Their menu consists of all-day-breakfast choices and healthy drinks like honey yuzu tea to keep you energetic while you study.

Visit The Book Café at #01-02 Seng Kee Building 20 Martin Road here.


7. Lunar Coffee Brewers
8 Quiet Cafes in Singapore that are Perfect to Study In

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The Lunar Coffee Brewers is located at 6A Shenton Way #01-49, Downtown Gallery. Their white and marbled theme in the café can give you a serene vibe perfect for you to focus.

Visit their Facebook page here for more information.


8. Watanabe Coffee at Shaw House


8 Quiet Cafes in Singapore that are Perfect to Study In

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Known for their extraordinary desserts and general sophistication, Watanabe Coffee at Shaw House is perfect for people with a sweet tooth. Surely, all that sugar will keep you awake and focus for your studies.

Visit them at 350 Orchard Road Shaw House.


So, what are you waiting for? Visit these cafes now and decide which you want to study in. Or, you can always go café hopping. Study hard and good luck!


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