[All under 10 dollars] 20 carefully selected souvenirs from Singapore! Popular sweets, tea, miscellaneous goods, cosmetics, and more!

I want to buy a bargain souvenir in Singapore! Here is a collection of souvenirs under $10 for those who want to buy a bargain souvenir in Singapore.

Introduced by popular sweets, teas, sundries and cosmetics.

The souvenirs listed in this article are all under $10!

I was able to buy a lot of delicious sweets and cute sundries even at petite prices.

Use this as a reference when shopping in Singapore.

★ There is a smart way to buy souvenirs for your company or friends by mail order. You can buy Merlion cookies and chocolates by mail order for not much more than the local price. Enjoy shopping for yourself in Singapore.
Singapore souvenir shopping at JTB

[Under 6 dollars] Singapore sweets that can be bought in supermarkets

Adorable and cute!

“Merlion Cookies”


When you think of Singapore, the Merlion comes to mind.

These adorable Merlion shaped cookies are the perfect souvenir of Singapore.

These cookies come in individual packages of 12, making them an easy souvenir to hand out to friends and colleagues.

The flavors include lychee and pineapple, giving them a tropical flavor.

Not too sweet, so an easy souvenir to give to anyone!

  • Price: 6 dollars
  • Individual package: 12 pieces
  • Where to buy: Supermarkets

A classic, but not to be missed! Merlion Chocolate

Merlion shaped chocolates are also a standard but excellent snack that you cannot miss.

Many of them come in cute packages, so they make great souvenirs for your loved ones.

There are chocolates with almonds and macadamia nuts, and tropical flavors such as pineapple and mango.

They are not individually packaged, but you can buy them for about $5, making them easy to give away as souvenirs.

  • Price: $7-$10
  • Individual packaging: Chocolates are not available in individual packaging.
  • Where to buy: Supermarkets near tourist spots

“Prawn rolls” for men


Prawns wrapped in a small spring roll and deep fried is a snack called “Prawns Roll”.

It is one of the most commonly eaten snacks in Singapore.

The crunchy texture and the savory shrimp aroma are to die for!

This is a great souvenir for people who don’t like sweets or for men.

The bag type is not individually wrapped, but some of the boxed ones are.

If you want to give them individually, choose the boxed version.

  • Price: $2.8
  • Individual packaging: The bag type is not individually packaged, but there is an individual packaging type in a large box.
  • Where to buy: Bag type is everywhere in supermarkets

Gem Biscuits, Singapore’s beloved snack


Gem cookies are a popular snack in Singapore for many years.

Crunchy colorful meringue is placed on top of the egg-ball-like cookie.

The little biscuits look so cute, and they have been a popular snack in Singapore for a long time.

A bag of these biscuits costs only $0.8, so they make a great souvenir to give away!

They look cute and are sure to be well received by women.

  • Price: $0.8
  • Individual packaging: Small bag type is sold.
  • Where to buy: Supermarkets

National drink turned into candy! MILO’s Chocolate


Singaporean’s Daily Drink “MILO” Turns into Chocolate!

MILO is a cocoa-flavored drink that is very popular in Singapore and Malaysia.

MILO is a cocoa-flavored drink that is very popular in Singapore and Malaysia, and the crunchy chocolate flavored with MILO was delicious.

It wasn’t too sweet, and it was to my Japanese taste. $0.60

It costs only $0.60, so it’s easy to give away as a souvenir.

  • Price: about $0.60
  • Individual packaging: Small bag type is sold.
  • Where to buy: Supermarkets

From a famous shaved ice store! Peanuts from Ajikaen


Peanuts are sold at the famous shaved ice store, Ajikaen, and have become the talk of the town for their delicious taste.

These peanuts can now be easily bought at supermarkets.

Garlic-flavored peanuts have become the talk of the town because they are so delicious.

If you find a package with a large garlic symbol on it, please buy it.

They are also easy to give as a souvenir to men.

  • Price: $1.25
  • Individual packaging: Not individually packaged
  • Where to buy: Supermarkets

Tea or drink to give along with sweets

Muslena’s black tea, with its overly cute packaging


Muslena’s Black Tea” has a cute package with a picture of famous places in Singapore.

Muslena is a Sri Lankan company that is famous for its high quality Sri Lankan tea leaves.

What can I say, the wooden box with the Merlion on it is cute!

You can use it as a small container even after you have finished drinking the tea.

The tea flavors include apricot, peach, hibiscus, and other tropical flavors.

  • Price: $9.9
  • Individual pack: 25 bags
  • Where to buy: Souvenir shops

Dense and delicious “white coffee”


White Coffee” originated in Malaysia and is also loved in Singapore.

This is the first time I’ve seen this kind of coffee.

Margarine and other ingredients are mixed in to give it a richer and thicker taste.

I tried it myself, and it was really good, not too bitter, just rich!

The large bag contains 13 individual bags, making it perfect for handing out as a souvenir.

  • Price: $7.35
  • Individual package: 13 pieces
  • Where to buy: Supermarkets

Tea Tarik, Singapore’s milk tea


Tea Tarik” is a milk tea that is drunk in Singapore and Malaysia.

It is made by mixing black tea with condescending milk and has a rich taste.

If you try to drink tea at a diner or restaurant in Singapore, it is often teetalik.

That’s how commonly this tea is drunk in Singapore.

This one also comes in a large bag with 12 individual bags.

  • Price: $6.00
  • Pack of 12
  • Where to buy: Supermarkets

▼ For more information on sweets in Singapore, please refer to the following article.

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Petite but cute! Multi-ethnic colorful goods

Pouches from India, with beautiful detailed embroidery


This is a beautiful Indian pouch with glittery and detailed embroidery.

This is a souvenir I found on Arab Street.

They come in a variety of shades and patterns, from blue and pink to shimmering gold.

You can buy one for about $4, so please try to find your favorite pouch.

I thought the blue shade would make a great gift for men.

  • Price: about $4
  • Where to buy: Arab Street

Three for $8! Retro cute Chinese tableware


Pagoda Street in Chinatown is a treasure trove of petite sundries.

There are a lot of Chinese sundries, but I found the tableware such as bean dishes to be particularly cute.

The tableware was quite reasonably priced at $8 for three pieces.

Cute little retro colors and patterns that are hard to find in Japan!

Try to find your favorite plate.

  • Price: $10 for three
  • Where to buy: Chinatown

Luxurious and gorgeous “Prakanan tableware”


Prakanan tableware is beautiful with its bright shades of pink and emerald green.

The Prakanan culture is a combination of the local Malay culture and the Chinese culture.

The Chinese people of that time were rich in wealth, which seems to have led to a luxurious and glamorous culture.

Most Prakanan tableware costs around $20, but you can buy a spoon for $6.

Because of the bright colors, it would be a good idea to start with small spoons instead of tableware.

  • Price: $30 for a small container, plates from $20
  • Where to buy: Katong district, Chinatown

Gorgeous and elegant. Bandanas in India


This is another souvenir I found on Arab Street.

It’s an ethnic but gorgeous and elegant bandana made in India.

The price was a whopping $1.50 a piece!

A store called “Dilip Textiles” on Arab Street had a lot of elegantly patterned cloth products.

Basic Information of Dilip Textiles
Address: 74 Arab St, Singapore 199771

Cute with a hint of color! Turkish Plate


This is another Turkish dish I found on Arab Street.

The patterns, hand drawn in the Turkish tradition, are truly beautiful!

The colors are lovely, and the size of the plate looks like a bean dish, so it’s easy to use.

If you display one of these in your room, it will look gorgeous at once.

  • Price: $12 and up
  • Where to buy: Arab Street

I fell in love with the glittering perfume bottles. Muslim Perfume”


There are many people of Middle Eastern descent living in Singapore.

The “Muslim Perfume” they make comes in the most beautiful bottles!

It’s a beauty that will captivate you at first sight, with its delicately made and sparkling perfume bottles.

Muslim perfumes made with non-alcohol are also gentle on the skin and have a long-lasting fragrance.

The bottles and perfumes can be combined in any way you like, and can be purchased for less than $10 each.

  • Price: $10-$15 for perfume bottles. Perfume is $12 for 6ml and $20 for 12ml
  • Where to buy: Arab Street

A classic, but memorable! Merlion Goods


When you think of Singapore, you think of the Merlion!

When you actually visit Singapore, you will realize that the Merlion has been loved very much.

As a souvenir to remind you of your trip to Singapore, Merlion goods are indispensable.

Recently, not only the dignified Merlion, but also cute Merlion that looks like a loose character has been introduced. .

Try to find your favorite merlion goods!

  • Price: around $5
  • Where to buy: Souvenir shops in town

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The best of the best, even inexpensive! Cosmetics in Singapore

Reasonably priced! Ayurvedic Soap


In Singapore, you can buy Ayurvedic soaps made of 100% natural ingredients at very reasonable prices.

Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medicine, and the cosmetics that incorporate this concept are made of natural ingredients and are gentle on the body.

In Singapore, you can buy Ayurvedic products much cheaper than in Japan.

Soaps are easy to use in daily life, so why not give them away as souvenirs?

  • Price: $1
  • Where to buy: Mustafa centers and drugstores

Himalaya Cosmetics, a well-established Ayurvedic brand

Himalaya is an established Ayurvedic cosmetic brand in India, established in 1930.

You can buy Himalaya’s cosmetics in Singapore at reasonable prices!

lip cream

This lip balm is one of the most popular Himalayan cosmetics.

It’s made of 100% natural ingredients and only costs a dollar!

Since it is quite inexpensive, you can give it away as a souvenir.

I also give them as gifts to women, and they are quite popular.

Moisturizing Cream


This is another popular moisturizing cream from Himalaya.

It contains aloe vera and hawthorn and is very moisturizing.

It’s 100% natural, so anyone can use it with confidence.

Ellipse Hair Treatment

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Ellipse is a popular cosmetic brand born in Indonesia.

Ellipse’s hair treatments are quite good!

It is a one time use type and makes your hair silky smooth.

You can buy it in Singapore at a very reasonable price, so I would definitely get it.

Recommended places to buy souvenirs in Singapore

For sweets and cosmetics at any price, “Mustafa Center”


If you want to buy souvenirs from Singapore at any price, Mustafa Center is the place to go.

It is a Indian shopping center located in Little India.

Due to the miscellaneous nature of the place, it is not recommended for those who want to find a clean place to shop.

But the price is quite cheap. Some items are even cheaper when bought in bulk, so if you want to buy something cheap, go for it.

There was also a large selection of boxed chocolates and cookies.

It’s also open 24 hours a day, so you can go buy souvenirs at any time.

▼ Click here for a travelogue of our visit to the Mustafa Center.

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Basic Information about Mustafa Center
Opening hours: 24 hours
Closed: No specific days
Address: 145 Syed Alwi Rd, Singapore

Super is “Cold Storage” or “Marketplace”

If you want to buy orthodox souvenirs such as boxed sweets, you should not go to a local supermarket too often.

We recommend Cold Storage or Marketplace, both of which are solid supermarkets near tourist spots.

Marketplace

Market Place by Jasons” in the Marina Bay area is convenient for sightseeing.

Basic information about Market Place by Jasons
Opening hours: 8:00 – 23:00
Closed: No specific days
Address: 252 North Bridge Rd, Raffles City Robinsons, Singapore

Cold Storage

The store is conveniently located in Raffles City, a shopping center directly connected to the City Hall MRT station.

It is located in one of the most important transportation areas in Singapore, and you can get anywhere from City Hall station by train or bus.

The supermarket is quite spacious, and you’ll find just what you want!

Other Cold Storage stores are often located near Bugis station, in the Paragon shopping mall, in the I12 Katong shopping mall in the Katong district, and other convenient places for sightseeing.

Basic Information on Cold Storage in Raffles City
Opening hours: 8:00am – 11:00pm
Closed: No specific days
Address: 252 North Bridge Rd, #B1-01/02 Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore

“Arab Street” with its attractive ethnic goods


If you like groceries, you should definitely visit Arab Street.

It’s got all sorts of ethnic Turkish, Indian, and Middle Eastern sundries, and it’s pretty damn cute!

There are many grocery stores, so it’s a fun place to walk around without any guesswork.

Please try to visit this place in conjunction with sightseeing at the Sultan Mosque.

▼ Click here for a travelogue of my visit to Arab Street.

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A Petit-Place Goods Paradise! Chinatown”


Pagoda Street” in Chinatown is a paradise for petit goods!

There are many souvenirs of Singapore, including Chinese goods.

Miscellaneous goods can be purchased in bulk, such as “3 for $10,” for even greater savings.

China Town Food Street is also nearby, so you can enjoy strolling around with a meal.

Singapore souvenirs that can be bought by mail order

Singapore souvenirs can actually be purchased by mail order. You can buy the following items from the JTB website.

  • Merlion cookies and chocolates
  • Kaya jam from Raffles Hotel
  • Prawn rolls
  • Pineapple Cake
  • Singapore Kaya Cookies

Of course, there is no Japanese notation on the boxes of sweets, so you won’t know that you bought them by mail order.

Advantages of buying souvenirs by mail order

The following are some of the advantages I found when I actually bought souvenirs from Singapore by mail order.

  • You don’t have to worry about buying souvenirs locally
  • You can get souvenirs rather cheaply (about $10 for a box of Merlion chocolates)
  • The taste is delicious
  • A wide variety to choose from
  • You don’t have to carry heavy luggage while sightseeing
  • No Japanese notation, so you won’t know you bought it in Japan
  • You can specify the time of delivery

It’s a little more expensive than buying locally, but considering the time and transportation costs of searching around for souvenirs locally, I felt it was a good deal.

Be smart about preparing souvenirs for distribution by mail order, and enjoy sightseeing and shopping for yourself when you are there! There is no need to be exhausted by choosing souvenirs to give away.

You can buy souvenirs on the JTB website, so you can prepare souvenirs to give away here.

Look at the official JTB Shopping website.

Enjoy your shopping in Singapore


Singapore is a multi-ethnic country with a wide variety of cultures and attractions.

I also had a great time shopping at the local supermarkets, Chinatown, Arab Street, and Little India.

Please take your time to shop and experience the many cultures.

Have a nice trip!

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