5 best places to change your Singapore dollars to Ringgits

The news of the Malaysian Ringgit dropping to an all-time low against the Singapore Dollar has many Singaporeans scrambling to exchange their Singapore Dollars for Malaysian Ringgit; so much so that news of money changers running out of Malaysian Ringgit has made the news.

Whether you are in it for speculation or going on a trip to Malaysia, this article is written just for you. In here, we have listed the 5 best places for money changers that you should visit in Singapore to get the best exchange rates available.

The Arcade
Located just beside the exit of Raffles MRT station, the money changers located in this building offers good rates for their currency exchange.

People Park’s Complex
Located in the heart of Chinatown, this building has a few money changers which you can compare against before changing for your MYR.

CK departmental store
Another money changer located in Chinatown is inside CK departmental store – level one – and has been said to offer good exchange rates for MYR.  

Mustafa Centre
There are a number of money changers in Mustafa but the more well-known money changer is Mustafa Foreign Exchange which operates around the clock.

Parkway Parade
Located in the eastern part of Singapore, the money changers located on the first level are known to provide the best rates for MYR.

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This article was first published on goodyfeed.com

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