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Code SGD
Symbol $
Cents & dollars - 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, $1
Dollars - $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500, $1000

Get into the glitz and glamour of Singapore

Think Singapore is only good as a stopover between home and more distant destinations? Think again. This vibrant city state is one of the most exciting and liveable places in the world, with shopping centres galore, amazing gardens and museums, and a compilation of cuisines that are even hotter than the weather.

Very few places on earth can boast the exotic culture of Singapore. You’ll find the latest in technological innovation, the finest dining, breathtaking attractions and the most luxurious hotels anywhere in the world. You’ll get a flair of Chinatown traditions and a unique mix of Eastern influences, all with the cosiness of an English-speaking nation. If you’ve never been to Asia, no doubt Singapore is a brilliant first step into the Orient.

As easy as Singapore is to adapt to, you’ll still need to convert your New Zealand dollars over for the Singapore dollars. And the best rates (and your best mates) can be found right here, at Travel Money NZ.

This chart shows the historic trends between the two currencies. Political and world events can cause rates to fluctuate. If you're not quite ready to buy your currency, you can sign up for currency alerts. When the exchange rate is right where you want it, you’ll receive an alert. That’s sure to make you sing!

Coins and notes

In Singapore, you’ll find coins worth 5, 10, 20, 50 cents and $1, then notes worth $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500 and $1,000.

Facts about the currency

  • The Singapore dollar splits into cents similarly to dollars, but you may find they’re called ‘sing’ locally. So if someone asks you to sing in public, checking your smaller change is a wiser move than busting out a verse or two.
  • The $1,000 note is printed with the entire lyrics of the national anthem – which is handy if you have a lot of cash on you and need to sing the anthem for some reason.
  • Currency was introduced to Singapore by the Chinese in the 8th Century AD.
  • The Tembusa tree, which has stood tall in the Botanic Gardens since 1859, is shown on the green $5 note.
  • The Japanese invasion during WWII brought with it a whole new currency system – now delicately named ‘banana money’ to honour the image of a banana tree on the old $10 note.
  • There’s quite a bit of cash in circulation – enough that if you laid all notes side by side, you could lap Singapore’s coastline over 600 times!
  • If you happen to have some sneaky Brunei dollars, you’ll find they’re widely accepted throughout Singapore too – just like Singaporean dollars are accepted in Brunei. Isn’t that nice?

Historical Chart

NZD (New Zealand dollar) - New Zealand
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1 NZD = SGD on Cash
1 NZD = SGD on Travel Money Card