The Singapore dollar is the currency of Singapore. Our records show the Singapore dollar is the 20th most traded currency with us. The banknotes have both a paper banknote and polymer (plastic) banknote series in circulation. The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is responsible for issuing the Singapore banknotes.
After the Currency Interchangeability Agreement in 1967, Brunei and Singapore have been able to exchange their currencies interchangeably between countries at par. Both currencies are under the supervision of the Bank of Singapore. The Singapore dollar is commonly referred to as the ‘sing’ by residents of the country.
How Currency Reservation Works
Select your desired currency and amount. An indication rate will be used for your reference.
Submit your order and contact information.
Our representative will contact you shortly to confirm when the reserved order will be available.
Pay when you pick up the order using the rate of that day.
Conveniently and securely exchange currency before your trip
No coins exchanged
Accepted Payment Methods
Cash, Debit and Credit Cards*
*Sorry, no personal checks accepted. Valid government identification is required for all credit and debit card transactions. Additional cost for credit card transactions apply. Credit card transaction limit: $500. Debit card transaction limit: $5,000. Payments can be split between multiple payment types. Call your local CXI branch for more details.
About Currency Exchange International
CXI is a full service foreign currency exchange and international payments company headquartered in Orlando, Florida and publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX:CXI). CXI uses its expertise to make foreign money easier for individuals, businesses, and financial institutions.