AXIS @ SIGLAP

Address: 59 EAST COAST TERRACE
Type: Condo
Tenure: Freehold
District: 15
No. of Units: 40
Estimated TOP: 2009
Developer: ROXY HOMES PTE LTD

Axis @ Siglap is a 40-unit freehold low rise apartment located at 59 East Coast Terrace in District 15 of Singapore. It is within short walking distance to the popular East Coast beaches.

Axis @ Siglap is within close proximity to food and shopping along East Coast Road including KFC, Pizza Hut, Le Viet Cafe, Siglap Centre, Cold Storage and Denise The Wine Shop. Educational institutions like Sekolah Indonesia, Global Indian International School - East Coast Campus and Victoria School are located near to Axis @ Siglap too.

Axis @ Sigalp is accessible via the nearby East Coast Parkway (ECP) which leads to Changi International Airport and the Central Business District. Public transport is readily available along East Coast Road.

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FACILITIES AT AXIS @ SIGLAP

  • SWIMMING POOL
  • CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND
  • POOL DECK
  • BBQ
  • REFLECTIVE POOL
  • CAR PARK

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

BEDOK MRT STATION
Distance: 1.53 km

KEMBANGAN MRT STATION
Distance: 1.62 km

EUNOS MRT STATION
Distance: 2.51 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

SEKOLAH INDONESIA
Distance: 0.27 km

ROSEMOUNT KINDERGARTEN
Distance: 0.3 km

ROSEMOUNT INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 0.3 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

OPERA ESTATE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 0.9 km

NGEE ANN PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 0.93 km

ST. STEPHEN'S SCHOOL
Distance: 1.01 km

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Re: Looking for a volleyball team

Jespersmit:
Not via expats, but a friend of mine knows someone, if anything shows up ill let you know.

Re: Looking for a volleyball team

malanglais:
Hi Jesper,
I'm searching for a competitive league myself. I was just wondering if you had found some place to play?

Cheers,
Marc

Re: PR chances for Japanese

sundaymorningstaple:
To me it points to the probably fact that it's a family owned business and he probably grew up in the business in Japan and a degree may not be necessary with the apparent experience he has. Don't know for sure. He got mid-range EP without a degree, based on experience I would assume. It will be interesting to see.

Re: 22F Japanese looking for people to hang out with

Aki555:
Yess, shall we make a group chat or something? :)

Re: RE: Re: Bitten by dolphin

bgd:


The dolphins were being acclimatised in Philippines before being flown to Singapore .



Should have made them swim.

Re: PR chances for Japanese

x9200:
I think a lot is going to depend how the OP is linked to the company and what is the company. EP2 with no degree, what does it point to?

Re: SC application approved

sundaymorningstaple:
IF.....if a frog had wings, it wouldn't bump it's arse every time it jumped. If you raise wages and the wages and rent cannot be covered by the going prices of the products you go out of business. Very simple economic principle. You cannot price yourself out of your market. Same with the employee, they cannot price themselves out of the market either. Another problem is there is not a tipping culture here so those who in the food service line get screwed by the employers as well by paying them Micky D salaries but keeping half of the money in the tip jar (normally only in FandB outlets where there are substantial tourist rather than local traffic) which the balance the employees are then forced to share with the non-wait staff. The whole industry sucks and I don't blame them for not staying, I have two nieces working in the industry down on the quays and a nephew who's a chef at Halia. One of the nieces and the nephew live with me, I hear the grouses all the time. There are no such things as professional waiters/waitresses who are "booked/requested" like in the better restaurants in the US. I've known waiters who were making 6 digit annual salaries back in the 1970's in Washington DC (I was a tax account in those days).

Having said that, I don't know what is being paid to those working the Integrated resorts but I suspect with a couple of exceptions, it's much the same if it is running in tandem with the low wages being paid to the casino staffs (croupiers, as such). And those are being laid off in droves now as the economy is slipping and player/tourists are drying up from China.

Re: PR chances for Japanese

taxico:
Hi,
I plan to apply for PR soon.
Could you check below information my PR chances and give some advice ?

No.of years in Singapore: 4 years
Nationality: Japanese
Sex: Male
Age: 22 yrs
Income Tax paid: 3 years
Profession: Director at trading auto parts business
Pass: EP P2
Salary: 6K/month (base salary)
Degree: None (Studying for foreign uni bachelor at a local private institution)
Marital: Single

I am working for Singapore branch of my family's company in Japan.
Moved to SG from Japan just after graduated from senior high school in 2012.
And I got EP 2 years in 2014 and renewed for 3 years in this year.
Before I got EP, I had been worked with DP under my dad' EP.
(My dad no longer keeps EP )
I am staying here by myself at this moment.

probably not very good... i know of degree holders from japan working in SG for >6 years with a higher salary in similar "management" roles, that were rejected. they were older, but they were not old men (some single, some married).

Re: Bitten by dolphin

PNGMK:
Jesus wept.

Re: Employment Pass Status Pending

praveen.gunasekar:
Its a job consultancy.. May be will have to wait..

Re: Bitten by dolphin

taxico:
i'm not sure if this is a suitable post... but a close friend of mine worked with captive dolphins in singapore for an extended period of time (2 years on an almost daily basis).

these intelligent but spiteful creatures bite more often than publicized by the media.

these dolphins essentially spend their time plotting how to get fed and kill humans. not necessarily in that order.

the ones that have carried out acts of "revenge" are usually kept in a small (literally un-swimmable) pen and neglected. from what i'm told, they get more and more vengeful and have very long memories...

worse are the mothers that are separated permanently from their offspring - these are very social/familial animals. over time, they become depressed and get into a zombie-like state. so near, yet so far (they can hear each other).

some start to think (???) of humans as the enemy and try to drown or maim them.

the unwanted dolphins are usually not relocated... i recall one reason was "bad publicity."

Re: SC application approved

sundaymorningstaple:
Guess what, BBCW, you are in a country of locals. Ask most any Chinese and they will tell you what they think of working in a place where they have to serve (e.g. wait on) people (owning is a different story) I would have thought you would have studied your history here of the local Chinese better. Their attitude of 'waiting' on people takes their face away. Yes, it's an old concept but it IS ingrained into their subconscious mind (even the young). The labour shortage is real and the distaste for service oriented jobs is just as real and it doesn't really have anything to do with money although the money in the FandB industry is abysmal I'll grant you. I have the same problem as I am also in a Service Industry, albeit, a different sector, a lot of our work is in FandB locations. We've always had a labour shortage and it is getting more and more critical every month due to lower quotas, higher levies and the inability to get Singaporeans to work with smelly chemicals doing manual labour in the sun and crappy weather with haze, etc. (That's also why all the town councils in the HDB estates use foreigners - they cannot get locals to do it). Sure you can pay them the moon but unless you can transmit those costs to the users/diners/drinkers/ etc. AND cover the costs of runaway rents, you won't stay in business. I have limited patience as well.......

Re: Employment Pass Status Pending

vjysankr:
What kind of agency do you mean?

Re: Employment Pass Status Pending

sundaymorningstaple:
If you are using an agency, maybe forever.

Re: IPA Approved but got better offer from another company

sundaymorningstaple:
Or you exit company B according to the terms of the contract which, by the way, became valid in a court of law upon receipt of the IPA. So, you either pay off your new employer according to the terms of the contract or they will probably refuse to cancel it and let it expire naturally (6 months validity). This would probably totally screw you with Company C. Soooooo, you do what you want to do.

As ecureilx mentioned, there is still no guarantee that you will get Company C's application approved. (Odds are it will be, but again, there are no guarantees). But B can play nasty if you want to play nasty. I think they would win.