20 Brunch Places in Singapore That You Cannot Miss in 2024!
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Best Brunch Places in Singapore

The Populus Coffee & Food Co., Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar, The Providore Raffles Place, Elixir Boutique Roasters, Cafe Melba at Goodman Arts Centre, Tolido's Espresso Nook, Symmetry Cafe, Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters and more.

Nothing beats waking up a little later on weekends in quest for the perfect brunch location in which you can get both breakfast and lunch food. There are plenty of Brunch places in Singapore, and each one of them is unique. You're sure to find a spot that you'll appreciate, regardless of your culinary or décor preferences. If you're looking for a delightful experience, consider exploring a Singapore package that includes brunch options to elevate your weekend outings.

The Populus coffee and food company is known for its handcrafted hot chocolate while The Providore Raffles Place is famous for its English breakfast, Spanish baked eggs, and ricotta pancakes. Explore Brunch places in Singapore for late breakfast dishes and a cup of hot brewing coffee, whether it's normal eggs on toast, ricotta pancakes, or a bowl of pasta. You will get to enjoy a classy feel at the Elixir Boutique Roasters whereas heading over to Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters, you will get a rustic vibe from its walls to the lighting, coffee machine, and stools, it takes over the entire space.

Here is the list of best brunch places in Singapore:

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Toby's Estate

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Toby's Estate is a cafe and roaster in the Australian tradition. Understand that their house blend is a unique combination of beans from several sources, resulting in a robust, distinct flavour. This location is well-known for its coffee, which has been described as "one of the best in the neighbourhood or town" by some.

At Toby's, you may sample some of the world's best coffees and learn about their unique flavours and fragrances through a variety of brewing methods.

Location: 8 Rodyk St, Singapore 238216

Timings: 7:30 to 5pm All days

What to  eat: Eggs Benedict Brooklyn Style, Mocha Chai, Brekkie Of Champion, Surf & Turf

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Rise & Grind Coffee Co.

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Rise & Grind Coffee Co. is a popular cafe in Singapore that is influenced by Australia. The restaurant takes pride in offering a wide range of dishes, including excellent breakfast and brunch, as well as delectable main courses such as steaks, chicken, burgers, and pasta at affordable prices.

It's a cafe that prides itself on good coffee, fresh products, and passionate service, inspired by the cafe culture that exists all around the world!

Location: 681 Punggol Dr., #01-06 Oasis Terraces, Singapore 820681

Timings: 10am to 9pm All day

What to  eat: smoked salmon with poached egg, guacamole, espresso, Latte

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The Providore Raffles Place

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You'll likely spend the entire morning at The Providore, which combines a cafe, deli, bakery, and grocery store. But first, there's brunch! Come early to have organic muesli, English breakfast, Spanish baked eggs, ricotta pancakes, and other delicacies.

The Providore Raffles Place is very much famous for its taste of coffee and a cosy ambience.

Location: 7 Raffles Pl, Singapore 048625

Timings: Weekdays 9am to 11:30 am and Weekends 9am to 3pm

What to  eat: Lobster Mac & Cheese, Crab Linguine Pasta, Roasted Chicken Leg, Pan-seared Barramundi, Grass-fed Beef Burger

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The Coastal Settlement

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The Coastal Settlement is an eatery, cafe, and bar with beautiful trees, shrubs, and green fields as its backdrop. While dining, you can also gaze out at the sea. You may occasionally see a cruise ship passing by with cackling hornbills in its flight.

The interior is furnished with old artefacts, paintings, antique vehicles, nostalgic devices, and antique furniture, making it feel like a museum. Their cuisine has been meticulously crafted to include a variety of regional flavours with a modern twist.

Location: 200 Netheravon Rd, Singapore 508529

Timings: 10:30am to 9pm

What to  eat: Smoked Salmon & Avocado Salad, Sliced wagyu beef, sauteed mushroom

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Cafe Melba at Goodman Arts Centre

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Tadcaster Hospitality's Cafe Melba is a comfortable cafe and restaurant concept that combines inspirations from (Melb)bourne and (A)sia for a sophisticated yet relaxed dining experience. It is already well-known in Singapore for its all-day breakfast, conventional weekend roasts, BBQ carnivals, and the best kid-friendly ambience in the Little Red Dot.

It has amassed a loyal following of people looking for a robust coffee or a quick pause for an after-work vino. While their children burn energy on the Restaurant's renowned bouncy castle, parents may enjoy a classic Eggs Benedict in peace.

Location: 90 Goodman Road Block N #01-56, Goodman Arts Centre, Singapore 439053

Timings: Weekdays 10am to 10pm. Weekends 8:30 am to 10pm

What to  eat: wood fired thin crust pizza, cafe latte

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Tolido's Espresso Nook

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This cafe serves all-day breakfast delicacies, so you can get your brunch fix whenever you want. Shakshuka eggs, truffle poached eggs, stout-glazed bacon French toast, rosti, or banana pancake are among the options.

Best of all, you can stroll it off later by exploring the Kampong Glam neighbourhood. This is one of the good Brunch places in Singapore.

Location: Tolido’s Espresso Nook, #01-63, 462 Crawford Lane, Singapore 190462

Timings: All days 8am to 5pm.

What to eat: Pandan Pancakes, coconut ice cream drizzled with gula melaka syrup, peppermint mocha and laksa pasta.

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Symmetry Cafe

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Symmetry is an all-day eating restaurant and bar with an Aussie-style laid-back vibe. Along with imaginative cocktails and good company, they serve contemporary Australian cuisine, skilfully crafted from high-quality fresh fruit.

Symmetry is one of the best Brunch places in Singapore and is a fantastic convivial meeting spot for all events, whether it's professional lunches, romantic dinners, or after-work cocktails. It's a nice cafe especially with the laid-back ambiance of the outdoor patio and a friendly service staff.

Location: 9 Jalan Kubor, #01-01, Singapore 199206

Timings: 9am to 9pm All days

What to  eat: Truffle fries, coffee, Hickory Corned Beef & Hash, Crab Eggs Benedict

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The Coffee Academics

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The Coffee Academics is known for their variety of coffees and their focus on serving high-quality cups. They also have a good selection of inventive and delectable Modern European and Modern Asian cuisine. The Coffee Academics' food is fusion, featuring a good selection of breakfast/brunch items, salads, pastas, and pastries.

The Coffee Academics has a pleasant and calm atmosphere. The earthy warm hues of wood, brick, black, white, and gold are used to decorate the comfy cushioned furniture that is properly placed out within the vast floor area. A pleasant and intimate glow is cast overhead by warm but modest lighting. The tall bar and elegant dessert display serve as the focal point.

Location: 252 North Bridge Road #B1, 12, Singapore 179103

Timings: 8am to 6pm All days.

What to  eat: beef cheek, crispy salmon, curly fries.

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The LoKal

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The Lokal has a lot of Australian-inspired items. If you want to make your own all-day breakfast special, you can choose between a variety of options. You'll have to choose from housemade ricotta, cold-smoked salmon, dry-cured bacon, eggs, and toast.

On the other hand, avocado and ricotta toast with pomelo, almonds, and olive oil, is a delicious treat.

Location: The Lokal, 136 Neil Road, Singapore 088865

Timings: 9am to 9pm. Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays closed

What to  eat: Ricotta Jam Toast, beef burger, toasted banana bread

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Whisk & Paddle

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Enjoy a cup of coffee beans with their handcrafted desserts and croissants, which are produced fresh everyday in the pastry kitchen of the restaurant. Whisk & Paddle provides hearty dishes and all-day breakfast with in-house made desserts.

The atmosphere here is quiet and peaceful and relaxing. The cafe has an open design concept, big and appealing, with no less than 9 distinct combinations of furniture, ranging from lounge chairs to bench bars to soft recliners, in addition to the magnificent view and soothing ambiance. When the weather is nice, Whisk & Paddle even has a retractable canvas roof that they open!

Location: 10 Tebing Ln, Singapore 828836

Timings: 9:30am to 10:30pm All days. Mondays closed

What to  eat: chicken nanban waffles, mac and cheese, camembert cheese and duck&lychee pizza

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Forty Hands

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The  Forty Hands cafe offers one of the most cozy ambiences for a Brunch places in Singapore. There is a good selection of meals and drinks to pick from at the cafe. Because it's such a small location, it may get quite packed.

If you don't have a reserved table, you'll have to wait a long time, especially if you're a group of more than two people.

Location: 78 Yong Siak Street #01-12 Singapore 163078

Timings: 7:30am to 8pm

What to  eat: Banana Bacon French Toast, Smashed Avo on Toast, Red Bean Bun And Fried Chicken Weeks

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Habitat Coffee

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As you visit your Habitat, you will feel warm, and as you leave, you will feel full. Here you will always find a great little location to gather, think, unwind, or get inspired. The major menu items include breakfast foods, rice bowls, pasta, and sandwiches. It's more than just breakfast, but it's also lighter than dinner.

The decor of Habitat Coffee is simple and functional. However, the light industrial aesthetic has a certain allure and is one of the best Brunch places in Singapore.

Location: 803 King George's Ave, #01-242/244, Singapore 200803

Timings: All days 9am to 9pm. Mondays closed

What to  eat: Stuffed Berries Hotcake, Chili Crab Mantou, Pulled Pork Benedict, Molten Lava Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream, Hazelnut Latte

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Elixir Boutique Roasters

Elixir Boutique Roasters, based in Singapore, is a small batch coffee roaster that adores and respects the classic full-bodied, strong, and plain espresso roast. Elixir strives to put you back to Melbourne's early café culture, where you could sip dark roast coffee in back alleyways.

Elixir is influenced by the intensity of an espresso roast as well as the inherent conviction in third wave coffee. Its goal is to tell everyone who drinks it the story behind each cup. This is one of the most loved Brunch places in Singapore.

Location: 10 Jalan Serene, #01-03A, Singapore 258748

Timings: All days 11am to 9:30 pm. Wednesday closed.

What to  eat: Beef Cheek Redang, Crispy Keropok, Chocolatey Coffee Moch

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Atlas Coffeehouse

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 There's a lot of hearty food here, including huge all-day breakfasts, exquisite caramelised bacon over waffles, and heavy pasta bowls. Make sure to leave space for dessert! The Butterscotch Banana Pancakes are to die for, with toffee-like bananas on a large fluffy pancake.

A cafe isn't complete without a steaming cup of coffee. The coffee here is powerful and punchy in all the right places, brewed from a proprietary mix by local roasters 2Degrees North.

Location: 6 Duke's Road, Singapore 268886

Timings: Monday : Closed
               Tuesday - Sunday : 08:00am - 07:00pm

What to eat: Atlas super Bowl

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Chez Suzette

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When you go through the glass panelled doors, you'll find a welcoming environment with rattan furnishings and neutral tones. Choose from brunch platters including eggs benedict, croque monsieur, and granola bowl with yoghurt after shooting instagrammable photographs of the cafe.

Braised beef cheek, beef lasagne, duck leg confit, or stewed chicken in white wine cream sauce are all hearty options. Drink it all down with a wide range of liquor and wines.

Location: Chez Suzette, #01-01 & #02-01, 5 Teck Lim Road, Singapore 088383

Timings: All day 9am to 9pm

What to  eat: Egg Mayo Croissant, Avocado Toast , Eggs Benedict with Parma Ham or Salmon, Croque Monsieur, Beetroot Burrata Salad, Dippy Eggs with Toast Soldiers , Pancakes with Berries, and Homemade Granola Bowls with Yogurt

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The Populus Coffee & Food Co.

The Restaurant strives to compose an experience that you'll enjoy, recall, and revert back to by serving a delectably eclectic spread of modern dishes that draw impacts and flavourings from all over the globe.

Their Roastery's entire line up consists of seasonal specialty coffees, delightful teas by Tea Bone Zen Mind, and handcrafted hot chocolate by Mörk Chocolate. Their Level 2 lounge concept is open on weekends and public holidays. This is one of the best Brunch places in Singapore, providing a family dining area.

Location: 146 Neil Road, Singapore 088875

Timings: Weekdays 9am to 6:30pm and Weekends 9am to 9:30pm. Thursdays closed

What to  eat: Pulled pork grain bowl, Gibraltar coffee, Spring Pancake and Fried chicken

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Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar

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Nassim Hill serves delicious brunch favourites, by the most attentive staff. Enjoy favourites like skillet eggs, buttermilk pancakes, and cheddar cheese bacon waffles while sipping coffee.

Also, don't miss out on the limited-edition brioche doughnuts filled with chocolates or kaya.

Location: 56 Tanglin Rd, #01-03, Singapore 247964

Timings: 8am-3pm (brunch) Tuesday- Sunday
                8am- 10pm  Tuesday-Sunday

What to eat: Raspberry lychee iced tea cocktail, meat sandwiches

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Refuel Cafe

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Refuel Cafe is one of the few cafes in Singapore that serves reasonably priced, high-quality meals without a service charge. This cafe, which is located in Bedok, is modest yet quite cosy. The cafe's ideas and design are also simple and modern.

There's a reason it's so popular in the East. "Baked eggs with chorizo, crispy bacon, mushroom, sautéed peppers, swiss cheese, and tomatoes served with toast," says Refuel, which is known for its all-day brunch.

Location: 744 Bedok Reservoir Rd, #01-3029, Singapore 470744

Timings: 9am to 9pm

What to  eat: banana pancakes, Refuel pancakes, tomyam pasta

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Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters

Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters, popularly known as Pacamara Cafe, is a fashionable cafe. Maybe it's the all-white exterior, or the fact that it's usually crowded. A coffee bean varietal known as "Pacamara." The cafe is run by Oz Specialty Coffee in partnership with Thai partners.

This cafe's abundance of coffee-making gear indicates how essential coffee is to them. White is the new black at the Pacamara cafe. It takes over the entire area, from the walls to the lighting, coffee machine, and stools. The bright white polish brought out the natural wood table tops.

Location: 185 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574333

Timings: All days 9am to 10pm

What to  eat: Oven baked 5 cheese macaroni, Smokey Salmon, Red velvet pancakes, wide range of sodas

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Neon Pigeon

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Come in for a sunday brunch with rhythms and booze, as well as some unusual goodies. Start with oysters from the raw bar, then move on to miso banana French toast or tuna sashimi donburi for the main course. Popular delicacies include pork katsu sando and wagyu steak and eggs.

If you're in the mood for something more decadent, try the duck confit ramen with foie gras paitan broth, mushroom, and napa cabbage. Remember to verify with the staff because daily servings are restricted.

Location: Neon Pigeon, #01-01, 36 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059915

Timings: 11:30am to 9:30pm

What to  eat: Tokyo hummus, Yuzu Kosho Cauliflower, Sweet Cornrice

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People Also Ask About Singapore

  1. Which are the best coffee places in Singapore?

    1. Nylon Coffee Roasters: Nylon Coffee Roasters is no stranger to the coffee scene in Singapore. The hole in the wall cafe, which has been open since 2012, prides itself on getting the best coffee beans. They've developed a devoted following, with long lines forming at all hours of the day. Many dedicated fans consider this tiny cafe to be the greatest place in Singapore to obtain some of the best coffee beans.

    2. Venture Drive Coffee: Venture Drive Coffee, an underrated Westside café, serving solitary coffees in a simple setting. The inside is monochromatic, with a streamlined bar where you can watch the baristas prepare your coffee.

    3. Alchemist: Alchemist's storefront, which resembles a Khong Guan cookie tin, may be recognisable. The brand began as a takeaway restaurant at International Plaza and now has five locations. They do seasonal pour-overs in addition to the normal espresso-based coffees. Beans from Colombia, Kenya, and other countries are featured, with prices ranging from $6 to $12. If you're hungry, the cafe also sells pastries from The Bakehaus, a local bakery.

    4. Apartment: A Singapore Brewers Cup champion owns the Apartment, which is the most coveted honour for local baristas. Every ceramic coffee cup comes with a card explaining the origins of the beans used, demonstrating the brand's dedication to coffee. Seasonal menu with a concentration on filter coffees priced between $6.30 and $7.30. Beans from all across the world, particularly El Salvador and Ethiopia, are shown. 

    5. Old Hen Coffee Bar: Old Hen Coffee Bar, noted for their vast choice of cold brews, is another well-known name in the coffee market. White Cold Brew Coffee is frothy and aromatic, making it great for beginners. Meanwhile, if you enjoy both chocolate and coffee, the Cold Mocha offers the best of both worlds.

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  2. Which are the popular Italian restaurants in Singapore?

    1. Osteria BBR:  Alain Ducasse's Mediterranean restaurant has since been turned into a contemporary osteria. Luncheon sets of two ($36) and three ($42) courses are offered, and exceptional dishes include beef carpaccio ($32), made with 28-day dry-aged John Stone; Eliche di Gragnano ($45); and limoncello-soaked baba ($18).

    2. Caffe Fernet: Put off any notions of quaint, family-run trattorias. The Jigger and Pony enterprise is ideal for cocktails and Italian fare, with spectacular views of Marina Bay. A large portion of the menu at Caffe Fernet is devoted to aperitivo-friendly drinks including spritzers, bellinis, and frosés, with another page devoted to negroni variations.

    3. Buona Terra: The allure of Buona Terra, a one-Michelin-star restaurant, begins with its setting. The modest 22-seat restaurant is nestled within a monochrome colonial cottage, providing a peaceful eating experience. Chef Denis Lucchi's kitchen uses the best of the season's produce to create modern Italian meals. The best way to sample all Buona Terra has to offer is to have a five-course dinner (starting at $178).

    4. Publico: Along Robertson Quay's length, there are plenty of alfresco eateries, but Publico Ristorante stands out for its attractive atmosphere and robust dishes. Its décor is designed to transport you to Italy, and the menu is devoted to the cuisine's greatest hits. Calamari and cauliflower fritti ($22), housemate pasta (from $25), and wood-fired pizzas with Margherita ($23), prosciutto ($30), and more can be found on most tables.

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  3. How to reach Singapore?

    1. By Air: Changi Airport is a major international aviation gateway and one of Asia's finest airports. Singapore is a significant gateway to Southeast Asia, and almost all major international planes fly into the city-state.

    2. Taking the Train: Singapore has rail links to Malaysia, including Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur, as well as a route to Bangkok. Three trains run each day, one of which is a sleeper. Trains depart and arrive at Singapore's Tanjong Pagar MRT station.

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  4. What is Singapore Famous for?

    Singapore, often known as the Little Red Dot, has more than made up for its modest size with its sparkling skyscrapers, opulent hotels, incredible tourist attractions, and sprawling shopping malls. But Singapore isn't just about flashy lights and exorbitant costs; it also has some of the world's most unusual outdoor places, many of which are free to visit. Furthermore, despite its crowded population, the Lion City is wonderfully clean, has excellent public transportation, and English is widely spoken, making it one of the most accessible vacation spots in Southeast Asia for English speakers. To experience the lavish stays in the Singapore must read Hotels in Singapore.
  5. What is the best time to visit Singapore?

    Although Singapore is a year-round destination, the months of December to June are the ideal for visiting. These months are regarded as dry periods because they receive less precipitation than other periods of the year. Singapore is warm and humid all year, making it an all-year attraction.

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Gambian Dalasi
Guatemalan Quetzal
GYD - $
Guyanese Dollar
HKD - $
Hong Kong Dollar
Honduran Lempira
HRK - kn
Croatian Kuna
Haitian Gourde
HUF - Ft
Hungarian Forint
IDR - Rp
Indonesian Rupiah
Israeli New Sheqel
JMD - $
Jamaican Dollar
Kenyan Shilling
KGS - som
Kyrgyzstani Som
Cambodian Riel
KYD - $
Cayman Islands Dollar
Kazakhstani Tenge
Lao Kip
LBP - ل.ل
Lebanese Pound
Sri Lankan Rupee
LRD - $
Liberian Dollar
Lesotho Loti
MAD - د.م.
Moroccan Dirham
Moldovan Leu
MKD - ден
Macedonian Denar
Myanmar Kyat
Mongolian Tögrög
Macanese Pataca
Mauritian Rupee
Maldivian Rufiyaa
Malawian Kwacha
MXN - $
Mexican Peso
Malaysian Ringgit
NAD - $
Namibian Dollar
NIO - C$
Nicaraguan Córdoba
NOK - kr
Norwegian Krone
NPR - Rs.
Nepalese Rupee
NZD - $
New Zealand Dollar
PEN - S/
Peruvian Sol
Papua New Guinean Kina
Philippine Peso
Pakistani Rupee
QAR - ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
Russian Ruble
SAR - ر.س
Saudi Riyal
Seychellois Rupee
SEK - kr
Swedish Krona
SLL - Le
Sierra Leonean Leone
SOS - Sh
Somali Shilling
Salvadoran Colón
Swazi Lilangeni
THB - ฿
Thai Baht
TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
Yemeni Rial
South African Rand
JPY - ¥
Japanese Yen
Vietnamese dong