豆漿/950ml，RMB$ 9.8=TWD$ 44.1
優酪乳/900ml，RMB$ 15=TWD$ 72
優酪乳/300ml，CHF 1.96=TW$ 58.99x3=177(同份量900ml來比)
百分百純果汁/900ml，RMB$ 13.5=TWD$ 64.8
百分百純橘汁/750ml 需冷藏，CHF 3.80=TW$ 114
1000ml 無需冷藏，CHF 2.75=TW$ 83.5
百事可樂/550ml，RMB$ 2.5=TWD$ 12
可口可樂/500ml，半打裝CHF 7.50，@=TW$ 37.50
蕃茄/兩斤共五個，RMB$ 6=TWD$ 28.8
蕃茄有8種選擇/每公斤CFH 3.20-7.10=TW$ 96-213(高端的是Bio有機)
小黃瓜/兩斤共7根，RMB$ 6=TWD$ 28.8
小黃瓜不常見，大黃瓜一條CHF 1.65=TW$ 49.50，BioCHF 5.10=TW$ 153
沖泡燕麥片/600克，RMB$ 25=TWD$ 120
加牛奶或優格乳用的Muesli/600克，CHF 3.96-14.28=TW$ 111-428
日本Tsubaki洗髮精，RMB$ 85=TWD$ 408
洗髮精Dove250ml，CHF 4.95＝TW$ 148.50
Head & Shoulders止頭皮癢的最貴250ml，CHF7.90=TW$237
捲筒衛生紙/十卷裝，RMB$ 25=TWD$ 120
9-16捲裝，@CHF 0.6-1.05=TW$ 18-31.50(同份量比TW$180－315)
草菇Champignon de Paris，@公斤＝14＝TW$420
Travel in Switzerland? (Longly Planet)
Okay, let's get this over and done with quickly: Switzerland is an expensive place. Even people from the UK and Scandinavia will notice this, although the difference between Switzerland and its European neighbours has narrowed over the years, especially since the introduction of the euro in 2002 in Switzerland's neighbouring countries sent prices in those countries soaring. Indeed, UK estate agents specialising in holiday properties in ski resorts have started promoting Switzerland, as nearest rival France becomes 'too expensive'! The floods of Swiss swarming over the French and Italian borders for cheaper goods are largely a thing of the past. One very good piece of news is that petrol in Switzerland is cheaper than in its neighbouring countries (Austria, France, Germany and Italy).
Travellers from North America or Australia will find all of Europe more expensive, and the pain in Switzerland only marginally worse.
Your biggest expenses while in Switzerland are likely to be long-distance public transport, accommodation and eating out. In the most modest hotels, expect to pay at least Sfr70/100 per single/double. A full meal with 500ml of house wine for two can easily cost Sfr50 to Sfr60 and up per person.
But there are ways to keep costs down. Travel passes almost invariably provide big savings on trains, boats and buses. It is essential to check these out and see which might suit you. Camping, sleeping in barns in summer and staying at youth hostels are cheap (ish) accommodation options. Preparing your own meals, not drinking alcohol and eating at the many supermarket and department-store restaurants will keep your food budget under control. Finally, a student card will entitle you to reduced admission fees for many attractions.
Your budget depends on how you live and travel. If you're moving around fast, going to lots of places, spending time in the big cities or major ski resorts, then your day-to-day living costs are going to be quite high; if you stay in one place and get to know your way around, they're likely to come down.
The minimum that budget travellers can expect to scrape by on is about Sfr80 to Sfr100 per day, and that's if they stick to camping/hostelling, self-service restaurants or self-catering, hitching (or have previously purchased a rail pass), hiking instead of taking cable cars, visiting only inexpensive sights and confining alcohol consumption to bottles purchased in supermarkets. Add at least Sfr30 a day if you want to stay in a budget pension instead, and a further Sfr30 for a wider choice of restaurants and sightseeing options. You still have to be careful with your money at this level; if you have a larger budget available, you will have no trouble spending it! Always allow extra cash for emergencies.
Admission prices on most museums and galleries range from Sfr5 to Sfr10, with a handful more expensive still. An expense that can blow any budget is trips on cable cars; these are rarely covered by travel passes (at best you can expect a 25% to 50% reduction). A short to medium ascent can cost Sfr10 to Sfr25. Return trips up and down Mt Titlis and Schilthorn exceed Sfr70.
Tipping is not normally necessary, as hotels, restaurants, bars and even some taxis are legally required to include a 15% service charge in bills. However, if you've been very happy with a meal or service you could round up the bill (locals often do); hotel and railway porters will expect a franc or two per bag. Bargaining is virtually nonexistent, though you could certainly try asking for a discount on your hotel room in the low season.