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Chitchat ATB Tourist Shocked by the Prices in Singapore!



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Shanghai tourist shocked by cost of spending in Singapore​

A Shanghai tourist astounded by Singapore’s prices: S$760/night hotel, S$97 convenience store visit, S$211 meal at Jypsy. “Shanghai is cost-effective in comparison,” she notes in her douyin video.


8 seconds ago
13 March 2024
Yee Loon

A tourist from Shanghai recently shared her astonishment over the high cost of living and spending in Singapore.
The traveller, who accompanied her niece on a visit to the city-state, was taken aback by the exorbitant prices she encountered during her stay.
Sharing on Chinese social media, the Douyin user, 上海小阿姨 began by expressing disbelief at the level of expense that she found in the Lion City. According to her, the cost of living was so high that it could make a person from Shanghai “kneel down and beg for mercy.”
She showcased the hotel she had booked, in Shanghai, she claimed, a hotel of that quality would easily be rated as a four-star establishment. However, the shocking revelation came when she disclosed the nightly cost of her stay – a staggering RMB4,000 (approximately S$760).
The tourist’s grievances didn’t stop there. She recounted a simple trip to a convenience store to buy a drink, expecting a reasonable price.
To her dismay, a handful of items ended up costing her s$97, including the surprising discovery of a seemingly overpriced lollipop priced at RMB5.5.
Additionally, the tourist narrated that she visited Merlion Park, which is a well-known tourism hotspot.
She then claimed that they had ” a very ordinary meal” at a very ordinary place near the tourism hotspot, she described as a modest six dishes and two drinks for three people, the bill amounted to over RMB1,000.

From the bill shared by the Douyin user, it appears that they spent a total of S$211 on the dish they ordered, including wagyu crispy nigiri, crispy shrimp and snapper salmon scallop sashimi.
A check online indicated that the Shanghai tourist appears to have visited Jypsy, a Japanese restaurant in Singapore at One Fullerton.
“The three of us are just here, not doing anything special, just eating, drinking and cost us an average of 3,000 yuan (S$570) per person per day. ”
She then urged his fellow compatriots not to say that the prices in Shanghai are expensive.
” Now that I’ve compared it to Singapore, I feel that Shanghai is very cost-effective and reasonable. ”
“At least in Shanghai, you get what you pay for, and the service and facilities are excellent,” she concluded.
Ending the account on a global note, The Economist magazine’s rankings last November place Singapore alongside Zurich at the top of the world’s most expensive cities, surpassing even New York in the relentless climb of living costs.


Singapore lays in the geographical location where the west & east meets.

There WILL be differences in prices, as FREE Market dictates.

However, Singapore is a TOURIST HUB, & had done its best to ensure that NONE be left behind - locals or foreigners or kings.

If she wants to be treated like a Royal Princess or deep pockets daughter of CEOs, there ARE many tourist spots within Singapore to cater to her & the likes of her, their desires & ROYALTY dreams. But such comes at price, for the fawning & attention they in their illusions or delusions demand. So DON'T complain or compare.

Too, we Singaporeans rose from poverty, & had NEVER discriminate against those whom have far simple needs, to have a taste of what is Singapore & Asia.

Budget hotels abound at mere S$100 a night, with at least equivalent safety & comfort comparable to 5 star hotels, clean sheets, water, service, etc., with even catering to Worldwide graduates on a World tour at rooms or a bed at mere $50/night.

As for food, it is only common that princesses would want the best, but such comes at a cost. For those whom seek for simple & equally delicious stomach fare, just walk in to any aircon food court or well ventilated Hawker centers - the costs are often less than $5.

If she is a Chinese Communist influencer, she is doing a bad job & will eventually lose her likes & subscribers, for painting a fake story that many more discerning China citizens whom came or live here, will counter back.


This kind of ATB is very noisy in bed. Especially when you lick her pussy, you'll send her rocket sky high and her screams can be heard a mile away!


Welcome to the world most expensive country/city.

She should also compare ministers celery, car price and chai png price.


Alfrescian (Inf)
ATBs should open their legs wide wide here to earn money, make good use of their 30-day visa free travel.

Hustle and earn enough money = safely disregard the hyperinflation.

Don't forget you can take some Sinkie dollars back to 伟大的祖国 and convert to RMB. 1 SGD = 5.4 RMB now? Good price. :thumbsup: