And here's a way to decide which money changer to visit.
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Before you head overseas for your end-of-year vacation, you’ll need money. And of course, you’ll head to the nearest money changer to exchange your hard-earned Singapore Dollars into the currency of your destination country. Smart travellers always do this in advance, because they know two things: firstly, the money changers at Changi Airport are essentially ripping you off, and secondly, there’s always a queue at the best money changers around the island. Click here to know which money changer to visit.
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