Living More While Spending Less in Singapore

In a world where urban settlements typically spring up from sprawling areas of land, the city-state of Singapore is a living and breathing contradiction.

Despite its limited space, lack of resources, and small population, this Southeast Asian cosmopolitan boasts of a self-sustaining water filtration system, an effective urban planning mechanism, and excellent educational facilities.

But perhaps the Lion City’s biggest tourism draw is the cultural mix that it has to offer. To say that Singapore has a bit of every known culture in the world is not an understatement. For instance, take a look at their vibrant dining scene. They carry nearly every conceivable victual, just as long as it can fit on a plate, bowl, or even a banana leaf.

However, if you want to maximize your visit to this modern wonderland we highly recommend that you get a copy of the EAT SHOP PLAY book set. It is a page turning guide that contains over $35,000 dollars worth in savings at various establishments in the Little Red Dot. With this handy tool, you can now reduce your dinner bill at a favorite restaurant with loyalty rewards and cut back on shopping expenses (which almost always exceeds the budget spending limit) by using discount cards.

Eat shop play book

The book set also allows you to shack up in style and get some royal pampering via member incentives. And with Singapore being home to some thrilling theme rides, you’ll be tearing up all those coupons in no time.

Already got the book?

Use it as guide when planning out your weekend visit or month-long stay in the Tiger City. That way, you will be able to know how much you’ll be spending on your trip daily and have a hassle-free schedule too! Oh and always look for the best but most affordable travel rates you can find to get there.

Enjoy Singapore to the fullest with the EAT SHOP PLAY book set!

 

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