Ways to Make the Most Out of Your Singapore Trip

The vivid colors of Singapore skylineAre you planning to visit Singapore soon? You should! When you do, here are some tips on how to make the most of your leisure or business trip to Singapore with the whole family!

Take advantage of exclusive online deals

Soon, you will find that Singapore is one of the most expensive cities in Asia, if not the world. But it is also so hard not to spend money here. After all, there are just so many things to see, places to visit, food to eat, and items to bring back home.

While you can always buy tickets for places to see in this great city, it is always better to take advantage of tickets for Singapore attractions you can get online.

Eat hawker food

Like any first world Asian city, there are a lot of interesting and must-visit dining spots in Singapore. You will find that the best ones in Singapore are not in hotels or buildings, but rather in hawkers.

If you do not believe it, just read any of the Kevin Kwan books, particularly Crazy Rich Asians, and you’ll just about get an informal guide on where and what to eat in Singapore.

The dishes here are delectable, but they are more than meets the eye. They are cheaper than the ones you find in restaurants and tastier too, although still expensive if you compare them to other cities like Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok.

Shop ‘till you drop, but be smart about it

Singapore is also famous for its shopping districts, mainly the shops found along Orchard Road. You can lose yourself in the many interesting items you find, but the goods sold in malls can be expensive.

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Shop strategically and head to Chinatown and Little India. You can find similar items, but the best thing is that you can negotiate on the price for some tourist tokens you can bring home.

It is easy to spend so much money in Singapore so keep these tips in mind if you want to save some money. Best of all, experiencing Singapore is all about being smart about where you eat and where you shop. So do not be fooled by the tourist prices you see when you get there.