We recently had a stopover in Singapore and had an amazing time exploring this city, eating all the food and seeing as much as we could. Despite a busy 24 hours, we were so much more refreshed for the next leg of our journey than if we had just spent a few hours in the airport. We’ve broken down the cost of a 24 hour stopover in Singapore to hopefully assist when planning your stopover!
We’ve broken down the costs of our various expenses below. We converted all the prices into Australian Dollars at the time and so please note that all of the below prices are in AUD and will need to be converted into your own currency.
- Two 2-day Singapore Tourist Passes for unlimited transport = $34.50 (originally paid $55 but refunded S$10 each when returned cards).
- Dinner in Chinatown (noodles, dumplings, water and lemonade) = $15.
- One night accommodation at Eighteen by Three Cabins = $118.
- Fresh juice in Chinatown = $4.
- Meat & rice dish in Chinatown = $4.
- 2x Chicken Ball streetfood sticks = $2.
- 2x Singapore Slings at Raffles Hotel Long Bar = $80.
- 2x beers, frozen strawberry juice & pork buns in China town = $25.
- Plaza Premium Lounge at Singapore Airport = Free, we entered the lounge using our Priority Pass membership which is a perk of our credit card and we used our complimentary lounge passes on this occasion.
We spent $282.50 Australian dollars on our stopover in Singapore. We landed in Singapore at 4pm on the first day and departed at 9:40pm the next day.
Our flights to Singapore were included in our SYD-SIN-DXB-BEI flights that we had booked with Emirates. We booked this a multi-city journey on Skyscanner and it wasn’t more expensive to add this stopover in and we are SO glad that we did. I can’t believe it has taken us this long to plan a stopover in our journey and we arrived so much more refreshed and also got to see another destination (and eat all the amazing Singaporean food too)! Hopefully this article will help you with the cost of a stopover in Singapore.