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COST OF LIVING IN SG
« on: November 12, 2012, 01:57:36 PM »
Guys, mataas nga ba talaga ang cost of living in SG?

Interesado akong malaman kasi balak ko dyan mag work e.

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COST OF LIVING IN SG
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Re: COST OF LIVING IN SG
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2013, 02:31:28 PM »

If you are travelling to Singapore its better to plan and make an assessment on how much is the possible expenses when you are in Singapore. The cost of living in Singapore now is quite expensive compare to last time. If you plan to travel to Singapore and looking for a job there you must have atleast i suggest to have a budget which is good for 3 months or  90 days.

Here's rough estimate:

1. Accommodation - Staying in HDB flat


Common Room - Price ranges from $S500 to $S700 per room per month. This room can accommodate a maximum of 2 persons. You can save much if you are to rent it with a roommate as you will only pay half of the price. It's the best accommodation in Singapore for a long term stay as this is friendly to your pocket.

Master Bedroom - Price ranges from $S700 to $S1000 per room per month. This room can accommodate a  maximum of 3 persons. If you are looking for the rooms and room mates the link below can help you alot.
Check it here.

2. Electricity, Water and Gas for Cooking = $S55 to $S90 per month per person depending on the consumption.

3. 5kg of rice = $S7.50

4. 1 whole chicken (Uncooked) = S$5.50

5. Loaf of Bread (about 15 slices) = S$2.30

6. Fresh Milk (1 Litre) = S$2.30 to $S4.50

7. 5 Sachets of Coffee = S$1.90

8. 600ml mineral water = $S0.50 to 0.80; 1500ml = $S1.20 to $S1.80

9. Egg (10 pieces, Standard packaging) = S$1.90

10. Fish = $S3 to $S30 (depending on weight and type of fish)

11. Pork = S$2 to S$15 (depending on weight and parts)

12. Bath Soap (4 pieces) = $S2.30, Tooth Paste (150ml) = $S2.0, Tooth Brush = S$1.50, 200ml Shampoo = $S2.50, 250ml Mouth Wash = $S3.50, Feminine Wash (150ml) = $S6.50, Liquid Detergent (3 litres) = $S9.50

13. Sim Card (Need your passport when buying) = $S8, Top Up = $S18, S$28

14. International Calling Card = $S10

15. Bus Fare = $S1.10 to $S2.20 (Depending on the distance)

16. MRT Fare = $S1.10 to $S2.20 (Depending on the distance)

17. Taxi Fare = Visit Singapore Taxi Fare

18. Eating outside; at the hawker = $S3 without drinks and $S4.40 with drinks (hawker
outside the mall)

19. Eating outside; at the hawker = $S4 without drinks and $S5.50 with drinks (hawker inside the mall)

20. Movie Ticket = $S10 to $SS22

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Re: COST OF LIVING IN SG
« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2017, 12:06:10 PM »
Mahal ang cost living sa Singapore. kaya dapat ang sahod mo almost x3 or x5 para masulit mo stay mo doon.

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