Buy Singapore dollars

From the markets of Chinatown to the bustling shopping districts of Orchard Road, every corner reveals a new adventure waiting to be discovered. Exchanging Singapore dollars online is a convenient way to make sure you have your travel money ready before your trip.

Competitive rates

We monitor the currency exchange market daily to make sure we offer you a great rate to buy Singapore dollars.

Delivered to you

Order Singapore dollars with next working day home delivery, or click and collect from your local Waitrose or John Lewis. Free for orders over £500.

No commission fees

You won’t have to pay a commission or any other hidden fees from us.

Exploring the Lion City

As many local markets in Singapore may only accept cash payments, paying with cash is an excellent way to embrace the city-state’s unique culture.

As one of the many culinary capitals of Southeast Asia, a visit must include a dish or two from their street food markets. Indulge in the simple but perfect Hainanese chicken rice, succulent satay skewers, a creamy and spicy bowl of Laksa, or a plate of tantalising chilli crab.

Order your Singapore dollars or exchange them at select Bureau de Change, and have cash ready for when you land.

Sell Singapore dollars

After your trip, you can sell any Singapore dollars you have left over, and we’ll exchange them back into pounds. Visit a John Lewis Bureau de Change with a valid ID and your spare dollars.

 

 

Guarantee return within 35 days

If your trip to Singapore is cancelled, you can return your currency to any John Lewis Bureau de Change. You’ll receive a full refund, even for online orders. Returns will need to be made within 35 days of the purchase date. Bring your original order receipt or order confirmation with you, your proof of cancellation, and the ID you used to make your purchase.

Please note that you can only return or buy back currency in-store.

 

Frequently asked questions

Singapore dollars are not widely accepted in Malaysia. 

While Singapore dollars were once used as an official tender as part of an interchangeable currency agreement, this ended in 1976. 

Some banks and hotels in Malaysia may accept Singapore dollars. However, it is best to pay with Malaysian ringgit, which is the local currency. 

Malaysian ringgits are available to order online and buy at select Bureaux de Change.

Yes, Singapore dollars can be used in Brunei. 

Singapore and Brunei share an interchangeable currency agreement. Singapore and Brunei dollars share the same value and can be used in both countries.

Bali is a provenance in Indonesia, which makes their official currency the Indonesian rupiah. Singapore dollars are not often accepted in Bali. 

You can buy Indonesian rupiah online or at select Bureaux de Change if you plan on visiting both Singapore and Indonesia.

Exchange rates online may vary from those offered in-store. 

You can check today’s online rates on our main currency page. Today’s in-store buy and sell rates can be found on the Bureau de Change store locator page.

For online orders, you can buy between £250 to £2,500 worth of Singapore dollars.

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Our partners

John Lewis Finance and John Lewis & Partners Bureau de Change are both trading names of John Lewis plc. Registered office: 1 Drummond Gate, Pimlico, London SW1V 2QQ. Registered in England (Registered Company Number 233462). John Lewis plc introduce the panel of carefully chosen providers in Bureau de Change products and services, whom each hold the appropriate licences with the Financial Conduct Authority and HMRC.

Foreign Currency online from both John Lewis Finance and John Lewis & Partners is provided by First Rate Exchange Services Limited registration number 04287490 (Money Service Business licence number MLR-64068), whose registered office is at Great West House, Great West Road, Brentford, West London, TW8 9DF England.

For UK clients: International Payments at John Lewis Finance is provided by HiFX Europe Limited. HiFX is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Payment Services Regulations 2017, registration 462444, for the provision of payment services. HiFX is a limited company registered in England and Wales. Registered number: 3517451. Registered office: Maxis 1, Western Road, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1RT.

For EEA clients: International Payments at John Lewis Finance is provided by XE Europe B.V.. XE Europe B.V. is authorised by the Dutch Central Bank (De Nederlandsche Bank) under the Payment Services Directive II, licence number R149006 for the provision of payment services. XE Europe B.V. is a limited company registered in The Netherlands with company no. 72587873, and registered office at Rozengracht 12,1, 1016NB Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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