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I visited Singapore, the outlandishly wealthy setting of 'Crazy Rich Asians,' and was surprised by how much fun you can have even without billions

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Singapore is known worldwide for its extravagance and wealth.
I visited Singapore in May expecting it to be wildly expensive and out of reach for all but wealthy travelers.
But I found that the city was full of cheap, delicious food, efficient public transportation, top-notch museums, a budding nightlife scene, and beautiful parks.
As I quickly learned, if you do as the Singaporeans do, you can easily have a blast in the city without breaking the bank.
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