Expats in Singapore Pay $618000 for Sentosa Golf Club Membership – Bloomberg

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In a year when everything from stocks and bonds to cryptocurrencies have tumbled, an investment in Singapore’s most elite golf club stands out.
The cost for an expatriate to join the 36-hole Sentosa Golf Club overlooking the Singapore Strait has more than doubled since the end of 2019 to S$840,000 ($618,000), according to brokerage Singolf Services Pte. For citizens and permanent residents, the membership price has surged to as much as S$500,000. 

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