Feeling lost and in need of guidance? That people are suddenly interested in tarot card readings again is evident as they become common fixtures at block parties and even cafes.
Coconuts’ Singapore recently returned from the cosmic reaches of the internet with the deets on tarot card readers flipping through the past, present, and future of Singaporeans so you won’t have to. This is what we found. And nope, no one paid us to do this.
Lin Yi Xin
Singaporean tarot card reader Lin Yi Xin, or Xinn, conducts appointment-only sessions at 777 North Bridge Road. She charges S$177 per reading and an additional S$17 for each additional question you would like to ask her during the session.
She also goes by the brand name 7una7avenda.
Elaine conducts tarot card readings mostly at a book cafe on Chinatown’s Mosque Street called The Moon. She charges S$25 for a 15-minute reading and S$75 for 45 minutes. Be sure to book an appointment with her online.
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Reshmi Koiri conducts tarot card reading from her home on Serangoon Avenue. She charges S$60 for a 30-minute reading and S$100 for an hour. She also conducts readings through phone, S$50 for 30 minutes.
The Secret Door
Tarot card reader Fion conducts sessions either face to face or online under the brand The Secret Door. She charges S$20 for a 30-minute reading answering a single question about anything you would like to know, and S$52 for a 45-minute reading answering three questions. You may book an appointment through her Facebook page.
Kavita Devi conducts tarot card readings at various corporate events and occasionally at the bar Employees Only on Amoy Street. She also conducts sessions online through Skype for overseas clients and is fluent in French. She charges S$90 for a 30-minute session and S$160 for one hour. Be sure to book a reading via her website.
A tarot card reader known as Mamta conducts readings online or face-to-face at Lorong 23 Geylang. She charges S$120 for a session.
Madhu Tiwari calls herself a professional tarot card reader in Singapore who has done readings at parties and corporate events. You can also book a personal reading with her, usually held at her office/home in Choa Chu Kang, via email or WhatsApp.
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