This is the Top 10 Budget friendly destination from Singapore. (below SGD150 – return tickets)
Singapore is a major tourist hub, and house a wide-range of budget airlines. Singapore Changi Airport serves more than 100 airlines flying to some 320 cities in about 80 countries and territories worldwide. Each week, about 6,800 flights land or depart from Changi, with more than 55.4 million passengers passing through the airport a year.
This is the Top 10 Budget Friendly Destination from Singapore
** All the prices listed are based on return trip
(1) Singapore – Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) (SGD60 or more)
With the SGD1= RM3, Kuala Lumpur is an awesome shopping destination with awesome delicious food, that won’t hurt your pockets. Kuala Lumpur skyline is dominated by the 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers with public sky bridge and observation deck.
(2) Singapore – Jakarta (Indonesia) (SGD70 or more)
The capital of Indonesia with a historic mix of cultures – Javanese, Malay, Chinese, Arab, Indian and European. You can walk around Pasar Baru aka Jakarta’s Market with many locals and family-run business selling clothes and watches.
(3) Singapore – Krabi (Thailand) (SGD75 or more)
If you enjoy the sea and nature, Krabi is an awesome destination for you to sit by the beach and relax. Krabi is located about 783 km south of Bangkok by road, which includes several coral-fringed islands with a well-known diving site.
(4) Singapore – Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) (SGD80 or more)
Ho Chi Minh City, formerly named and still also referred to as Saigon is the largest city in Vietnam. Visit the Cu Chi Tunnels, an elaborate underground community made up of 250 km of tunnels and chambers below the city and understand how the South Vietnamese used simple tools and bare hands to dug the tunnels during the French occupation in the 1940s.
(5) Singapore – Phuket (Thailand) (SGD90 or more)
Phuket was one of the major trading routes between India and China. In 2004, the Indian ocean earthquake and the tsunami that struck on Boxing Day, killing more than 5000 over people. But By February 2005, many damaged resorts were back to business, and life slowly returned to normal. Following strenuous recovery programs, no tsunami damage can now be seen except on the most remote beaches.
(6) Singapore – Bangkok (Thailand) (SGD100 or more)
Bangkok, the capital of Thailand is a shopping haven and some temple hopping. It is a sprawling metropolis known for its ornate shrines and vibrant street life. Literally a city that never sleeps you can shop almost all day 24/7.
(7) Singapore – Bali (Indonesia) (SGD100 or more)
Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches, and coral reefs. It has beautiful beaches and is an awesome place for you to relax by the beach.
(8) Singapore – Hong Kong (SGD130 or more)
Hong Kong is vibrant and densely populated. It is known for its lively food scene – from Cantonese dim sum to extravagant high tea – and its shopping, with options spanning chaotic Temple Street Night Market to the city’s innumerable bespoke tailors.
(9) Singapore – Yangon (Myanmar) (SGD135 or more)
Yangon is the largest city in Myanmar. In 2011, Myanmar also known as Burma has ended the oppressive military junta and the country is open for tourist. Singaporeans would need a visa before entering into Myanmar. CLICK Here for Tourist Visa for Singaporeans!
(10) Singapore – Manila (Philippines) (SGD150 or more)
Manila is the capital of the Philippines, it was previously under the Spanish Empire Colonial rule. It opens its doors to approximately over 1 million tourists each year. It is also known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’.
Share with me your budget friendly destination in the comments if I have missed out any 😉