4 important notes to save money when traveling to Singapore
1. Hotel Accommodations
Apart from the airfare, one of the most expensive item is the overnight room because it's one of the things that you have to spend money. There are some prestigious website such as booking or agoda where you can booking the hotel or even the hostel for the cheapest price. If you have an acquaintance who is a student here, ask about renting a room or even lodging overnight. This type of room is quite cheap and you can cook there, that is very convenient for you.
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If you check the price on the network, you should pay attention to the symbol '' +++ '' because if it appears this is not really the price you will have to pay about 16% of charges such as service fees, local taxes, taxation of goods and services ...
2. Drinks and breakfast
Many hotels in Singapore will have extra breakfast but they all add up to the room, but almost breakfast include Indian food that you will find hard to eat. So, you can prepare your own breakfast by carrying dry goods to reduce costs. Some items that are easy to get in a briefcase are: dry provisions, canned pasta, canned vegetables, cheese or bread are the perfect choice. Don’t worry, all of the hotels has a kettle for you to drink coffee so it will be suitable for you to prepare your own attractive breakfast.
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Carrying some 500ml bottles of mineral water is also a good choice when traveling if you feel thirsty, the price of drinks in Singapore is not cheap at all!
3. Goods refunded
If you carefully ask for the bill and keep the bill fully, when you exit Singapore, you will receive the tax amount of the goods you have purchased. You can find information about tax refunds at home through the internet or when you complete the entry procedures at the airport, quickly go to the customer service desk for tax refund assistance. In Singapore, you buy goods, ask the bill - quite similar to the red bill of Vietnam. Taxes here are 7% so you will definitely save money when buying gifts for your friends or relatives
Local Transport in Singapore is quite easily accessible for getting around Singapore
4. Attention to public transport
The laws of Singapore are quite strict, according to the law that punishment so you should pay attention to the places of public transport. For example, at dock, bus, or station, it is prohibited to carry flammable, flammable objects - fines 5,000 SGD. Forbid acts of others such as smoking, eating - fined 1000 SGD or littering 500SGD. Many Vietnamese people have suffered these habits so you must pay attention to these things to avoid economic losses. Do not forget to be polite when giving chairs to pregnant women, young children and the elderly.
We hope you will find this part of your budgeting when planning your trip to the cleanest country in the world.