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Of the estimated 183,737 millionaires in Singapore, 1,000 are worth more than S$68.9 million. So what do these ultra-rich do in their spare time? Here are 5 top hobbies of the wealthy–and how you can join the fun without crashing your budget.

1. Golfing

If you’re one of Singapore’s wealthiest, you probably won’t blink an eye at Sentosa Golf Club’s S$30,000/year term membership fee, or even the S$1,700 that golfers spend on average every year on equipment and merchandise. However, even if you’re not someone willing to spend up to S$480+ on a single green fee, you can still golf alongside the highest spenders. Here are a few tips to minimise the sport’s impact on your