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Singapore on any budget

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With a strong history in financial planning*, we at Les Mills Asia Pacific will help you get to REEBOK LES MILLS LIVE with some handy daily savings plans. Whether you are on a budget, mega-cashed-up or somewhere in between, we will see you in Singapore next year.

The following assumptions are based on daily savings beginning today, up until 21 March 2019 and really no other logic. All flights are ex Sydney, accommodation is twin share (except for budget) for 4-nights.

Relinquish 1 coffee every-day and you can go Budget Singapore

So what we’re saying here – is starting right now, up until the day you depart, if you forego a single $4 coffee every-day, you will have saved enough to enjoy Singa’s on a budget. Go to your happy place as you fly Scoot (we found return flights for $471.78) and conquer your claustrophobia fears by staying at MET A Space Pod It might just be worth the therapy: accommodation will set you back a mere $125 for 4-nights.

Relinquish purchasing your lunch every-day and you can go Middle Singapore

By chucking some tuna and rice in a Tupperware container at home rather than spending $8 a day on your lunch, you could be joining us in Singapore in pretty decent style (and let’s face it – you won’t be hanging in your room too much right?). At the time of writing Singapore Airlines had return flights for a tick over $650 and the Ibis Singapore Novena had rooms for around $550 – including breakfast. BOOM!

Rent out your spare room on Airbnb every-day and you can go luxury Singapore

If you are accustomed to the finer things in life then obviously luxury Singapore is the only way to go. Business class return with Singapore Airlines is a cool $3k and your accommodation needs will be taken care of in a Premier Harbour View room at the Marina Bay Sands. For $8436.70 for 4-nights you will be pleased to know that breakfast is included.


*Literally do not ever take financial advice from anyone at Les Mills Asia Pacific. Ever.