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Singapore Travel: 10 Must-buy items from 7-Eleven Singapore

A convenience store is a go-to place for sudden late night cravings, road trip pit stops and lunch alternatives for busy workdays. In Singapore, 7-Eleven is packed with unique finds and an expansive list of food and beverage to keep you going every day! For those who will be embarking on a Singapore travel adventure, here’s our list of must-buy items in 7-Eleven stores in Singapore!

Taiwan Milktea

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Taiwan is the place of origin of the delicious and refreshing milk tea drinks we’re all addicted to. But if you’re not flying to Taiwan anytime soon, no worries because you can get your milk tea fix in 7-Eleven stores in Singapore where they stock hundreds of your favourite flavoured milk tea every day! Choose among the usual picks such as Oolong milk tea, coffee milk tea, and more.

Price: SGD 2.80

Calbee Jagabee Potato Sticks

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The Japanese snack is quite similar to the McDonald’s fries except Calbee Jagabee Potato Sticks is not oily and salty. It has the perfect taste that can tickle your taste buds, leaving you wanting for more. Good thing is that it is conveniently available to all 7-Eleven stores in Singapore so before you spend a day hopping from one Singapore attraction to another, grab some Calbee Jagabee Potato Sticks first!

Price: SGD 2

7-Select Chips

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Setting the bar high to offer customers quality products, 7-Eleven has entered the private-brand name when they started selling premium-exclusive products that can be found only in 7-Eleven stores. Among the said products are chips, dessert cookies, snack sticks, ice cream, pastries, gummy bears and energy shots. So you can just imagine the wide range of products you’re faced when you come to 7-Eleven stores as you choose which one to buy for the day!

The Golden Duck

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It wasn’t long ago when the salted egg yolk trend took over Singapore and its neighbouring countries – leaving tourists to order these addicting snacks for overseas delivery. If you’re back in the Lion City for a short Singapore holiday, you might want to hoard some of The Golden Duck’s Gourmet Salted Egg Yolk potato chips for a tasteful souvenir back home!

Price: SGD 7.30

Yan Yan Tiramisu flavour

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Our next featured item in today’s Singapore travel guide is a product of Japanese brand Meiji. We are all familiar with the chocolate and strawberry flavoured Yan Yan but late last year, Meiji introduced their Premium selection of Yan Yan’s 2 newest flavours – Matcha and Tiramisu. However, only Tiramisu is made available in Singapore and from what we’ve read, not all 7-Eleven branches have it. So test your luck and see if the one near your hotel has this delicious gem!

Price: SGD 2

Gardenia California Raisin Loaf

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For some of you who are health-conscious or simply want to enjoy great tasting and healthy bread, the Gardenia California Raisin Loaf is your best bet! It is made fresh daily so you can ensure that the ones you get from 7-Eleven are as fresh as those from the local bakery!

Price: SGD 3

Milo Bottle

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Packed with oats, brown rice, wheat and barley, this bottled Milo from 7-Eleven Singapore is the perfect drink to-go when you’re in a hurry and wants a yummy drink in hand. It will give you the energy you need for a whole day of Singapore travel adventures across the city’s sprawling tourist destinations!

Price: SGD 1.50

Ballgus Sausage

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We understand that you want to make the most out of each day when you’re travelling. And sometimes, this means booking a full day trip to a famous attraction – having no time to prep up your breakfast. If you think this could be your situation on your Singapore travel holiday, on your way to your destination, grab one or two of Ballgus’ ready to eat sausages. You can choose from their Chicken Black Pepper Sausage or the Chicken Otak Sausage and enjoy your yummy treat!

Price: SGD 1.45

Vitasoy Milk

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When you’re on the road to your next Singapore attraction, the easy to drink Vitasoy Soya Bean Drink is the best way to go. It is delicious, not very sweet, just the perfect taste for a refreshing drink to fight against Singapore’s humid weather!

Price: SGD 1.25

Original Milk Tea

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You can probably tell by now that 7-Eleven stores in Singapore sell a lot of imported products. And last but definitely not the least from today’s feature is the Milk Tea Original which hails from Taiwan! The 200ml milk tea bottle is a great go-to drink especially when you’re craving that sweet, tasty milk tea flavour. It’s one of Taiwan’s famous milk tea brands and the taste is a little sweet but not as strong as other Taiwan milk teas.

Price: SGD 2.20

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