Apart from hotel & flight.
how much money should i carry for fooding & shopping.
Usually SGD100 per person per day. But do prepare active credit card so that you can have extra cash in case.
100SGD per day per pax. If you manage on less - totally fine, but its wise to have smth extra in your pocket whilst traveling.
Depends on what you are going to buy : Cartier watches and Aston martin OR fridge magnets and Merlion snowballs?
If i hv a package tour soo lunch only needed & some activities rate is payable soo plz suggest me how much money 1 will carry for 2 pax?
lunch will be S$5-10 per person at the food court. Restaurant will start from S$20-100++ per person.
Which activities do you plan to do?
Have 100$ per pax per day - if you manage on less, it's great. But it's always wise to have smth extra in your pocket whilst travelling.
Stick by the SGD100.00 per day advice and you will be alright. budget SGD100 per pax per day, less at restaurants, more of hawker centres aka food centres. Those in the shopping malls are more expensive.
Expensive food centres would be Lau Pa Sat, Newton and Glutons By the Bay.
If you are putting up in Little India Area, Tekka Food Centre is the most economical, value for money. Per meal probably about SGD 10 inclusive of drinks/beverages and not alcohol. Stiock to public transport, use EzLink card for bus and MRT.
I think the $100 pp, pd, is now at the lower end of what a person needs, IF, one wants to visit the “major attractions” GBTB, The Zoo, USS, Sentosa attractions etc. $100 will not be nearly enough.
Whereas one can “get by” on precious little, by doing site seeing, “thing to for free”, of which Singapore is blessed with plenty of “things to do for free”, see “Top Questions” right hand side of the page. One can also spend a big chunk of change when squeezing so much in so short a stay.
It depends what you want I suppose. Singapore doesn’t have to be “expensive”, but it certainly can be.
Do your research, check the website of the things you think you might like to visit. All the prices are there to be seen, so working a trip to a budget, is in your hands.
Happy researching. and have a great trip.
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Something strange here. The OP has posted 7 review of Singapore in December last year rather focussed on tourist destinations. If she was in Singapore 6 months ago surely she can workout how much dosh she should bring for her next visit.
Ops, my mistake the OP’s posting was in November last year. Post 3. Worked the Lazareth miracle on this thread....
One lunch of rice n Curry can be as cheap as Sgd 3-5
One drink can be as cheap as Sgd 1-2
From there u can upscale.