What Things Used to Cost in Singapore in 1990s

It’s been only less than twenty years, but the cost of living in Singapore has increased exponentially. Born in the late 1990s? Here are some prices that might surprise you:


Taxi Flag down

taxi

In other words, board a taxi and just be prepared to take out two ten-dollar notes


Chicken Rice

chickerice

I’ve given up on using chicken rice as a benchmark to measure inflation.


Bus ride (feeder bus)

bus

They get the bus lane. They get the “give way to exiting bus” thingy. Now, they get all the money.


Car

car-price

Just… Don’t buy unless you’re very rich. Very rich as in… very rich.


Salary (Fresh Dip Holder)

salary

Eh. Why like that one?!


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