What Can You Do With RM100? (2021 Edition)
What Can You Do With RM100? (2021 Edition)

What Can You Do With RM100? (2021 Edition)

Last Updated on Monday, 17 May 2021 by Zhen Thing

100 ringgit is neither an extensive nor small amount of money. So for the Malaysians, what can you do with RM 100 in 2021? Spend it, invest it, or donate it. So let’s see what we can do with RM 100 in this article.

Investments with RM100

At Public Mutual, we have funds that focus on investing in global companies from a minimum of RM 100 initial investment. So now anyone can own these companies with RM 100. If you could save up and invest regularly, you will definitely see the gain.

Over 140 funds are available at Public Mutual ranging from low to high risk funds. We will recommend the right funds for you based on your life goals. With professional fund managers to help you monitor your funds, you can get a good night sleep and worry less about your investments.

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Other higher risk investments include:

  • Stock trading or investment.
  • Cryptocurrency trading or investment (Recommended platform: Luno).
  • Forex trading.

***Please trade or investment in these markets at your own risk as they are super high risk investments.

Purchases with RM100

What can you buy with RM 100 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia? In terms of food, shirt, and others.

14 bowls of rice/noodle @ coffee shops | RM98RM7 for a small portion of rice/noodle (wanton noodle, fried rice, etc.).
5 bowls of rice/noodle @ cafes | RM90RM18 for a simple bowl of rice/noodle (wanton noodle, fried rice, etc.).
A t-shirt from H&M | RM99.95White plain t-shirt with a chest pocket.
Burnt cheesecake from Lavender Bakery | RM88.003rd cheapest cake from Lavender.

Entertainment with RM100

What can you do with RM 100 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for entertainment?

  • Two months of Netflix | RM95.40
    • Standard plan – RM45 per month (*plus SST).
  • Two dates with your partner/spouse decent Cafe | RM 100.00 ±
  • Clubbing with friends | RM100.00 ±
    • Shared among four friends at a lower-class club.
    • Depending on the spirits that you order.

Donations with RM100

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