Singapore Dollar

Get a competitive Singapore Dollar exchange rate with Asda Travel Money. Our Price Promise means we’ll beat any competitors within five miles or you can Click & Collect Singapore Dollars from any Asda Travel Money bureau.

From towering inner-city nature parks to rooftop bars and marina light shows, Singapore has it all.

At Asda Money, we help you find competitive Singapore Dollar exchange rates so you can enjoy the trip of a lifetime.

 

Click & Collect your Singapore Dollars

 

With our award-winning travel money service, you’ll change the Pound to Singapore Dollar quickly and conveniently.

  • Find selected stores

  • Click & Collect for free

  • Convenient collection whilst shopping

Just find your nearest Click & Collect store, tell us when you’re visiting, and we’ll have your SGD ready. Learn more about our Click & Collect service. 

 

Pound (GBP) to Singapore Dollar (SGD) exchange rate Price Promise

 

Our Price Promise means if you find a better rate within 5 miles of our in-store travel money bureaux, we'll beat it and give you a better one.

 

 

Should I buy Singapore Dollars now or wait?

 

You might be tempted to wait for a perfect Singapore Dollar to GBP exchange rate, but it can be difficult to predict as currencies rise and fall constantly over time.

Lock in a competitive rate today, and there’s no need to run to an ATM when you land, or pay fees for using your bank card abroad. That’s one more task ticked off your to-do list!

 

 

Which countries use the Singapore Dollar?

 

The Singapore Dollar is the official currency of Singapore. The island state of Singapore is the primary country where you can trade SGD. That includes the main city as well as offshore communities like Pulau Hantu, St. Johns and Lazarus Island[1].

However, you can also spend Singapore Dollars in Brunei, a tiny sovereign nation in Borneo. The bond between these two countries is very strong; they entered a Currency Interchangeability Agreement in 1967[2]. That means you can spend Brunei Dollars in Singapore, too.

 

Singapore coins and banknotes

Coins

Singapore is a former British territory. Together with other Straits Settlements — Penang, Dingding and Malacca — it traded numerous foreign currencies throughout its history, including the Japanese ‘banana note’[3]. Yet in 1967, the country adopted the Singapore Dollar[4]. Like USD, one Dollar splits into 100 cents. You’ll be using[5]:

 

 

 

  • 1 c
  • 2 c
  • 5 c
  • 10 c
  • 20 c
  • 50 c
  • $s 1

Banknotes

Sometimes, you’ll hear and see SGD referred to as sing, differentiating it from American, Canadian and other currencies[6]. Banknotes have a yellow and pinkish tinge, decorated with a portrait of the first president – Encik Yusof Bin Ishak – and scenes of sport, nature and military regalia. Exchanging the Pound for Singapore Dollar will give you these notes:

 

 

 

  • $s 2
  • $s 5
  • $s 10
  • $s 50
  • $s 100
  • $s 1,000
  • $s 10,000

Three reasons to love Asda Travel Money:

  • Price Promise

    If you find a better exchange rate within 5 miles of one of our travel money bureaux, we’ll beat it with our Price Promise.

  • 2. We Buy Back Your Travel Money

    Stop by our travel money bureau and we’ll buy back your unused travel money. Even if you didn’t buy your travel currency from us, we’ll exchange it back commission free.

    Our Buy Back Promiselets you sell back your SGD at the same rate for just £2.99

  • 3. Same Day Travel Money Service

    Left it till the last minute? Don’t worry, simply swing by one of our travel money bureaux and take advantage of our same day travel money on popular currencies, subject to availability.

Common Singapore Dollar questions 

 

How much is 1 GBP to 1 SGD?

We can’t say for certain what you’ll receive from our exchange offers, because currency ratios are never fixed for long. 1 GBP is about 1.58 SGD*. If you’re wondering what 1,000 Singapore Dollars to GBP is, it’ll likely be around £630.

 

*Rates taken from Asda foreign exchange calculator. At time of publishing - November 2023.

 

How much cash do I need for a week in Singapore?

Again, it’s all relative. Staying in a three-star hotel for a week at $s200 a night costs $s1,400 or £880 GBP. You might only need another £30 a day for basic living expenses, transport and a couple of treats.

 

What else do I need before I leave?

Let’s get the rest of your trip covered. Explore Travel Insurance with Asda for complete peace of mind, covering one trip or several through the year.

How much do things cost in the Singapore?

 

Sterling to Singapore Dollar isn’t as unfavourable as you may believe. While living full time in the country is pretty expensive, food, drink, services and tourist attractions[7] tend to be reasonable. Our exchange rate on the Pound to Singapore Dollar makes this even better news for your budget. Take a look at typical expenses for your visit[8][9]:

Before you run off to Singapore, remember to pick up your holiday money at Asda

[1] Sourced: gov.uk. November 2023.

[2] Sourced: mfa.gov.sg. November 2023.

[3] Sourced: nlb.gov.sg. November 2023.

[4] Sourced: global-exchange.co.uk. November 2023.

[5] Sourced: mas.gov.sg. November 2023.

[6] Sourced: oanda.com. November 2023.

[7] Sourced: william-russell.com. November 2023.

[8] Sourced: numbeo.com. November 2023.

[9] Sourced: tripadvisor.co.uk. November 2023.

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