This Is What $1 USD Gets You In Food All Around The World
- Hungary — a whole bottle of wine.
- Hong Kong — one slice of plain bread.
- Netherlands — 10 pancakes at the supermarket.
- Norway — one package of instant ramen.
- India — six cups of chai.
- Shanghai — 10 vegetable dumplings from a food stand.
- Australia — a McDonald's slushie.
- Egypt — one can of tuna.
Also question is, what can you do with $1?
101 things to do with a $1 bill.
- Save it (sorry, but this is Wisebread).
- Become a very small partner in a very small business.
- Mail it to someone, anyone, in the phone book (you'll have to find a stamp).
- Buy a few bites of someone's pizza slice.
- Make an expensive paper airplane.
Furthermore, what can you buy with 1 dollar in Mexico?
A US dollar is spendable at most larger border towns. Right now it's about 18.5 pesos to the dollar. You can buy a couple of small soft drinks, 2–3 tacos, a bag of chips medium size, a small coffee, about 1 1/2 tamales, lots of small candy pieces, about one quart (liter) of unleaded gas.
What should I spend $100 on?
If You Had an Extra $100, What Would You Spend It On?
- Spread It Out.
- Reward Friends and Family.
- Invest in Learning and Culture.
- Spring for Fitness.
- Go Shopping.
- Spruce Up the Home.
- Indulge Yourself.
- Share the Wealth.
Is $100 a lot of money?
$100 is not a lot of money for two days' wages, but some have to live on that. $100 is not a lot of money for a house, unless you live in a few areas where houses are abandoned. In many places outside the U.S., due to conversion rates, US$100 is really a lot of money.