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The Singapore Garden Festival starts this week, along with the Wake Up Your Idea! Festival, Nickelodeon Slime Cup, and PinkDot10. Also this week is Jazz in July, PAssionArts Festival, and the Singapore Food Festival.   *Please note this is a partial listing. And there are other free/frugal events happening elsewhere, especially at parks, museums, libraries, and […]

The post Frugal Events for 18 July to 24 July 2018 appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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What’s that strange ball on top of Fort Canning? Which Raffles statue (the white one or the black one) was the original? And why is there a lighthouse on top of the Fullerton Building? (It has nothing to do with the restaurant.) Find out the answers to these questions, and more, on the Singapore Maritime […]

The post Visit Famous and Cultural Landmarks in a Free Maritime Tour (limited spots) appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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There’s so much going on this week! We have the first-ever Singapore Cat Festival, along with the Singapore Food Festival; Pesta Raya; Read! Fest; PinkFest; PAssion Arts Festival; and Bastille Day. And of course, the World Cup Finals!    *Please note this is a partial listing. And there are other free/frugal events happening elsewhere, especially […]

The post Frugal Events for 11 July to 17 July 2018 appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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I have a confession. This may sound harsh but I know many others who feel this way. I secretly cringe at the sight of a [Chinese] wedding invitation. It’s sort of a #thanksnothanks moment. I’m thankful you count me as a friend. But I’m not that fond of dressing up, wearing uncomfortable shoes, enduring a […]

The post Why this Bargain Wedding was Better than any Hotel Wedding I’ve Ever Attended appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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With National Day one month away, every Saturday from now until then, you can catch some of the aerial displays and fireworks during the NE & Preview shows. We’re also heading into the World Cup Quarter-Finals this weekend.    *Please note this is a partial listing. And there are other free/frugal events happening elsewhere, especially […]

The post Frugal Events for 4 July to 10 July 2018 appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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Talking about the 3 P’s – pee, poop, and period – is still a bit taboo in this day and age, especially when it’s coupled with the topic of saving money. My grandmother (who mostly raised me), didn’t even warm me about the third P, which first came to me in a what-on-earth-is-happening!?!? kind of […]

The post Health and Money Saving Benefits from Reusable Menstrual Pads appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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Singapore’s National Day is just around the corner. And in the weeks leading up to NDP, if you’re around the Marina Bay, you can catch some of the performances, aerial displays, and fireworks. This Saturday (30 June) will be the last Combined Rehearsal. Then, the subsequent 3 Saturdays (7 July, 14 July, & 21 July) […]

The post Frugal Events for 27 June to 3 July 2018 appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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As you may already know, you actually don’t need an agent to buy or sell a home, particularly an HDB flat where the transaction and process is very structured and transparent. Information on HDB resale prices and recent transaction are readily available for anyone to see. In Singapore, the legal aspect of a sale is […]

The post When Buying or Selling Property Don’t Leave Out these FSBO Sites appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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Got nothing planned for the remaining school holidays? Here are some family-bonding ideas for you. And as usual, most of them are free of charge. From the Singapore Street Festival to the International Day of Yoga and Art Day Out, there’s something for everyone.   *Please note this is a partial listing. And there are […]

The post Frugal Events for 20 June to 26 June 2018 appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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Most articles that talk about saving on your grocery bills focus on either (1) identifying which shops, grocery stores, or online outlets you can get groceries for less, (2) using coupons, loyalty cards/points, vouchers or other such money-saving tactics, or (3) buying cheaper food alternatives or not buying certain things. There might also be some […]

The post An Unconventional Way to Save on Groceries appeared first on Frugal in Singapore.

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