The currency used in Singapore is called "Singapore Dollars".
It is best to have Singapore Dollars when going around in Singapore so that you can enjoy all that Singapore has to offer, although most major currencies are accepted in the major shopping malls.
For the Muslim traveller, Singapore is a treasure-trove of food, shopping and entertainment for the whole family. With about 15 percent of the population being Muslim, Muslim travellers feel welcome in the island city. The array of Halal food available in restaurants certified Halal by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore is enough to delight any Muslim traveller. From fast food chains to international cuisine, there is a Halal option for even the fussiest eater.
Discover an extensive choice of Halal Food in and around the Arab Street in Singapore.
Arab Street is a favourite spot for tourists visiting Singapore. It is one of the few locations in Singapore where the Athan can be heard from a considerable distance from the Masjid. Originally constructed in 1824 by the then Sultan of Johor, Masjid Sultan is one of the oldest mosques in Singapore.
The Singapore Religious Council better known as MUIS (Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura) is the sole authority in Singapore which can certify restaurants, manufacturing facilities, food outlets etc as Halal. MUIS is a statutory board setup to advise the President of Singapore on all matters relating to Islam in Singapore.
Food courts are some of the best places to enjoy Halal food in Singapore.
Almost every shopping Mall will have a food court. In general most of the food courts will have one or two food outlets which are halal food. Some of those outlets will indeed carry the certification of MUIS, however, some of them may not.