Don’t Say Bojio: $0.90 LiHo Milk Tea at Suntec City If You ‘Dabao’ The S’pore Style

Bubble tea fans, listen up! You can now get bubble milk tea for less than a buck.

And it’s not any old milk tea.

It’s milk tea from LiHo.

Here’s what you need to know.

$0.90 Milk Tea from LiHO

On weekdays (Mondays to Fridays) from 2 to 6 pm, simply make your way to the LiHo at Suntec City level 2 and you can enjoy a cup of LiHo milk tea or coffee for just $0.90.


Less than a buck.

But there’s a catch.

You’ll need to dabao the Singaporean way.

Image: LiHo Instagram Feed

Yup, if you were to take away your iced milk tea (or coffee), not in a plastic cup, but in a plastic bag like how you’d do it at the coffee shop, you can enjoy the deal immediately.

Plus, you can add pearls into your drink for 50 cents.

So a cup of LiHo milk tea (with pearls) at the price of a coffee shop iced tea.


It’s Still A Good Deal, Though

Because when you think about it, 90 cents for a bag of iced milk tea or coffee is still a cheap deal, especially considering that even at a coffee shop, the cheapest you’ll be able to get a bag like that is probably $1.30.

And we’re not the only ones to think so.

Image: LiHo Instagram Feed
Image: LiHo Instagram Feed

But make sure to be fast because someone reported that these milk tea in bags can run out:

Image: LiHo Instagram Feed

SO what are you waiting for? If you happen to be working or studying near the area, good for you.

  • Address: 3 Temasek Blvd, #02-312, Singapore 038983
  • Opening Hours: Sundays to Thursdays: 10 am to 10 pm / Fridays and Saturdays: 10 am to 10.30 pm

But Don’t Drink Too Much Milk Tea

Bubble tea is something that Singaporeans have gone crazy for.

In fact, bubble tea is such a big thing in Singapore we had to run a video on how you should drink too much bubble tea.

(Presented by a self-professed bubble tea lover).

Did you know that the bubble in bubble tea doesn’t refer to the pearls? Or that teh tarik can technically be called bubble tea as well?


We’ve done a ton of research on bubble tea itself and you can probably call us one of the experts on bubble tea on this sunny island.

It turns out that the tapioca pearls in bubble tea could be toxic to humans and the calories in such drinks can be more horrifying than you think.

Here, you can read our “research paper” here.

But to quote a bubble tea addict…who cares?

This Singapore love story set in the 90s shows you why you should never wait for tomorrow. Watch it without crying:

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