Money Saving Tips for Singapore Frequent Travelers

Share Article published an expert listing of money saving tips to help frequent travelers and Singapore holidaymakers to stretch their travel budget.
Hence, we've drawn the list to help travelers to stretch their travel budget so that they could afford even more vacations every year

With the strengthening Singapore dollar, it has become cheaper to travel to the United States, Europe or Japan for Singapore holidaymakers. While enjoying the favorable exchange rates, many Singaporeans are still consistently looking for ways to save money on air tickets, accommodation, transportation and even entrance fees to attractions.

To help frugal travelers to further stretch their travel budget,, a popular travel website among Singapore residents, has published a list of 15 money saving travel tips at .

Here's the summary of the money saving travel tips list:

1. Fly on a Wednesday
2. Be prepared to take connecting flights
3. Book with the airline directly
4. Consider couchsurfing
5. Stay at travel rentals
6. Change money at the money changer
7. Register at the Singapore Embassy
8. Sightsee when it's free
9. Eat street food
10. Take the road less traveled
11. Always use public transport
12. Look out for city passes
13. Leave the malls behind
14. Bring a re-usable water bottle
15. Buy travel insurance - delayed and canceled flights could be expensive

"More than 60 per cent of Singapore's holidaymakers are making two or more overseas trips per year and many of them will love to travel further to destinations in Europe or the USA. Hence, we share these money saving tips to help travelers to stretch their travel budget to afford even more vacations every year," says owner of, Lim Phing Phing.

For more savings on airfares, hotel booking, travel packages and travel insurance, please visit .


A travel website based in Singapore, features travel articles, hotel reviews and travel deals to avid travelers seeking for travel ideas and planning getaway holidays out of Singapore to destinations in Asia.

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