Tips for Traveling Budget Save to Singapore

Traveling Tips in Singapore

Singapore is famous for its high standard of living and not cheap. Especially, the shopping paradise stamp attached to Singapore makes you more like spending money there. However, can you travel on a thin budget to Singapore? Of course you can, if you have strong intentions and consistency in making travel plans and budgeting arrangements. Here are tips for saving when traveling to Singapore!

Lodging:
There are many ways to save budget when traveling, for example tightening expenses at the inn. You can choose cheap accommodations such as sharing-room inns, or dorm-doors that require you to share facilities with other travelers. The choice fell to capsule hotels which are now popular among travelers. Capsule hotels have separate cabins for sleeping with fairly complete facilities. However, this place to stay is less comfortable for those of you who like closed places and quiet spaces. At inns like this you also have to be careful in storing luggage, especially money and cellphones.

If you want to find a capsule hotel at a low price, you can look for it in the Little India area with a price range of 60 SGD or it can be cheaper if you choose a sharing room.

Meanwhile, you can also use Changi Airport facilities. Usually, travelers stay at Changi Airport on the first and last day of their trip. Cheap flights usually land at night, where getting transportation from the airport is sometimes difficult and expensive. You can stay at Changi Airport until morning for free. Moreover, Changi Airport is one of the safest and most comfortable places to stay for travelers.

Food:
In addition to reducing expenses at the inn, you can also control the cost of eating daily when traveling to Singapore. The tips, you have to stay away from a touristy crowded place and go to the hawker center or food court.

The choice is, you can go to Maxwell in Chinatown or Tekka Center in Little India. These cheap eateries serve dishes at low prices, along with street food. You can find hawker centers or other food courts available throughout Singapore. Avoid crowded tourist restaurants or esthetic cafes because you will issue a bigger budget.

Shopping:
Of course, it's not legitimate to go to Singapore without going shopping. Not because you are a budget traveler, then you miss this rare opportunity. You can still shop, but you have to shop at certain locations. You can go to Bugis Market, near Bugis Station MRT. In addition to selling various items, from clothing to souvenirs, this shopping place in Singapore is very cheap. In addition, you can also visit Mustafa Center in the Little India or Lucky Plaza area on Orchard Road. You can find a shopping place like that to shop for cheap prices. There are many other inexpensive shopping places that you can explore.

Visiting Places with Children:

Make sure you bring a stroller to make it easier to bring Little when the roads. Your child can leisurely sit in the stroller without having to be in a sling all day. If Little tired and sleepy, she could sleep. If the child does not want to sit in the stroller, stroller so you can change the function of the goods trolley. To ride the MRT, it is commonplace for the mother carrying the stroller. Stations in Singapore is also wheelchair-friendly. Do not forget to bring drinking water supplies and do not arrange the schedule too dense to be more flexible.

The rest, you can spend money to have fun in tourist attractions. Don't forget to use public transportation, avoid using a taxi! That way, you will save even more money. Happy Traveling!

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