Travel to Singapore 2018 / THE MOST EXPENSIVE COUNTRY in the world TRAVEL GUIDE



Travel to Singapore in 2018! Today I will tell you about the most expensive country in the world. If you want to visit Singapore this is the video for you ! I will talk about Singapore Street food, attractions, things to do, accomadation and other costs of living

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30 thoughts on “Travel to Singapore 2018 / THE MOST EXPENSIVE COUNTRY in the world TRAVEL GUIDE

  1. This is a very cool nn helpful bro…. Thanx heapz 4 ur time nn effort nn gr8 editing skills….

    I'll check out ur other vidz nn Singapore….

    I'm from Sydney, Australia, and God willing, should be stopping off there on my way to Europe (Rome, Malta, Medjugorje, Split and Pompei/Naples) b4 returning home via Singapore again for a few nights….as on the way to Europe.

    I have a lot of hard work to do though with rehab physiotherapy, because a week and 3 days ago, I completely tore my calf muscle doing Rockjumping in La Perouse not far from Sydney. The tare is 6.4cm long X 2.6cm wide X 0.5cm deep…. It is still swollen and painful, bruised at my heel, and I am limping badly in a crutch…..

    I start physiotherapy next Friday, but have been told I have at least 3 months recovery, but could be up to 6 months, so I am very nervous about making my trip….

    In the meantime, I have begun doing some light stretches and message with a roller….

    I hope I can make this trip brother. It got cancelled last year because of testicular cancer were I had to do surgery and alot of chemotherapy that half killed me, and my health was almost back to 100 per cent and I am in remission, so I don't want to miss out because of this injury man….

    Anyway, u did an awesome job bro…. Thanx for the info.

    God bless you and keep safe in your travels…..

  2. I absolutely agree. You can visit expensive places like MBS for sightseeing and then eat at nearby food court. Wont break the bank. The only real costly about singapore i think are the hotels. But overall the daily cost will be balanced out by the cheap transport and low food court costs.

  3. OVERRATED.. .. OVERPAID CHICKEN RICE, OVERPAID TAXI, ETC… WHY??? COZ LIL' RED DOT GOT NO FARM LAND AND ENOUGH JOBS TO ABSORB ALL HUMAN RESOURCES.. SO LOTS BECOMING BUS, TAXI & UBER DRIVERS. SAD STORY!!!! PITY THEM ALSO NO USE COZ THEIR KIASU, KIASI, KEPO ATTITUDES… PRIDE NOT PRICE TOO HIGH. HAHAHHAHHA OVERRATED!!!!!

  4. Most expensive country in the world ?? No effing way. Not even the most expensive destination in Asia, IME – spend a week in Hong Kong or Tokyo and tell me how your wallet fares. UAE, Switzerland, Monaco – countless other countries in the world that make Singapore look like a screaming bargain for everything other than buying a house or car – neither of which a traveller has to worry about. If you want an experience few Gaijin are willing to fork out for, get a cab in Tokyo ๐Ÿ˜‰

    (fwiw, my little town was a mecca for backpackers – its warm when the rest of Australia is cold (ie now) – but many of them now consider it too expensive and I have to agree. You'll pay more for a glass of beer over the counter here than you will in many parts of Sydney and that's nothing short of criminal. One of the pubs was charging 7.50 at the start of the year – as soon as our tourist season arrived, they moved their price straight to 10AUD – as I said, criminal)

  5. I was in Singapore in February and I found that its reputation as being super expensive is somewhat exaggerated. If you want to purchase a property in Singapore and you are a high earner who wants to live in a gated enclave of wealth, then yes, in that aspect, it is expensive. You want a car, an expensive one to boot, then yes, it is expensive.

    However, SG has a generous subsidy program to help to help citizens purchase their own home, public transport is dirt cheap compared to the West, and food is affordable if you shop properly.

    As for cars, car ownership is just plain dumb in any densely populated area, and bad for the environment. So if you want to buy a car [anywhere], you should have to pay a high price.

  6. Everything I hate in a country is in Singapore: raining all the time, conscription, long working hours, and expensive. Same applies for Malaysia and Hong Kong

  7. giant sold durian x5 seeds at sgd49 and it's ridiculous moreover Giant fruits and veggies are the lowest of the low quality. Worst tasting for your money so you can't compare… nobody would want crap

  8. As a business traveller and non backpack traveller, you will find hotels and taxis are expensive in Singapore, much more so within Asia.

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