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Compare 5 providers for a 400 SGD transfer from Singapore to Japan

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Transfer 400 SGD to a bank account
  • Fastest transfer
    Remitly
    8.8
    Money-back guarantee
    Preferential fee and/or exchange rate on your first transfer
    Same day

    Recipient gets

    • Pay by: Credit card, Debit card

      38,596 JPY

      37,825 JPY

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  • Best deal
    SingX
    8.6
    Singapore-based company
    Zero transfer fees on your first 2 transfers with code WELCOME3K
    Next day

    Recipient gets

    • Pay by: Bank transfer

      39,439 JPY

      37,980 JPY

  • Wise
    9.5
    2 days

    Recipient gets

    • Pay by: Bank transfer

      39,064 JPY

    • Pay by: Debit card

      37,969 JPY

    • Pay by: Credit card

      37,932 JPY

  • Remitly
    8.8
    Money-back guarantee
    Preferential fee and/or exchange rate on your first transfer
    Same day

    Recipient gets

    • Pay by: Credit card, Debit card

      38,596 JPY

      37,825 JPY

  • Xendpay
    6.6
    2 days

    Recipient gets

    • Pay by: Credit card, Debit card

      37,799 JPY

  • United Overseas Bank
    ?
    Not recommended Consistently poor exchange rates, high fees and low customer satisfaction.
    3 to 5 days

    Recipient gets

    • Pay by: Bank transfer

      33,290 JPY

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How to send money from Singapore to Japan at the best rate?

To send Singapore dollars to a bank account in Japanese yens in Japan, the most competitive provider at the moment is SingX, with no transfer fees and a competitive SGD-JPY conversion rate (currently at 1 SGD = 98.7637 JPY).

When taking the exchange rate and the fees into account, the total cost of your transfer with SingX is 0.72 SGD, in comparison you would pay a total cost of 62.98 SGD (which is roughly 88x as much) if you selected to use United Overseas Bank for the very same transfer.

Two other competitive providers to consider include Wise and Remitly.

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