We get it, life in Singapore is expensive and there’s nothing we won’t do to make our dollar stretch a little further. But saving money shouldn’t be an excuse to skip out on the essential things in life such as staying physically active and keeping fit. So here’s my secret on how you can join the dollar workout club and gain unlimited access to 18 gyms islandwide: all for the nominal fee of $1 a day. Step one, if you’re Singaporean or a PR, drop everything and sign up for a free ActiveSG account through their free smartphone app. With a lifetime validity, the membership allows you to purchase a $30 monthly pass through the MyActiveGYM Scheme. If you’re a foreigner, fret not because you’ll still have access to all facilities, just at standard prices which will only set you back by $2.50 per entry into the gym. Not sure if you’ll be able to commit to an entire month? No problem. If you’re registering for an ActiveSG account for the first time, $100 worth of ActiveSG credits will be immediately transferred to your account once you verify the account. This money can be used for a variety of sports-related… Read full this story
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