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: Work Permit - Indonesian Chinese

riri85:
Yesssss... since my plan is 2 kids.. they should let me get married and give my wife to be PR asap hahahaha

Re: RE: Re: RE: Re: RE: Re: PR Chances

purplepeanuts:


Happens a lot when you enter an area with lots of buzzing little aggravating gnats that have nothing better to do than ask silly inconsequential questions that just take up bandwidth while making much sound and fury signifying nothing. :roll:
Besides your skills of beautiful articulation. I don't find any constructive responses.

Talking about bandwidth somemore...lol.

Some are drifting away from maintain a forum decorum, to becoming agony aunts -pouncing on every response, even to those who had no wrong intentions.

Sent from my SM-N920I using Tapatalk

Re: Jobs in Singapore

plutus123:
Dear team I work in the life science pharmaceutical industry and am looking for expat jobs in this arena? Can anyone help? Are there recruiters that can assist? Really appreciate any feedback you can give
Thanks

Re: Work Permit - Indonesian Chinese

sundaymorningstaple:

Who said Romance is dead :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

I thought "Let's apply for a flat" was the STANDARD marriage proposal in Singapore. That seems to be about as romantic as it gets, except for spending a whole year's salary on a wedding that wont be remembered by anybody except the bride. With the TFR here at only 1.13 obviously not much else is in the cards. ;-)

Re: entry VISA for in-Laws

sundaymorningstaple:
Sure he can. After all, he's BBCW.

Re: Work Permit - Indonesian Chinese

riri85:

How soon should we start the process for PR?
Coz.. next year i'm 32..
(I think can still pay 5% first den 5% later if before 35)

Who said Romance is dead :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

HAHAHAHAHAHA !
Don't like that la!

I scared I don't have enough to cover the 10% CPF payment for a 4 room new home lei!
We can live with my parents but which couple doesn't want their own homeeee

Re: RE: Re: RE: Re: PR Chances

sundaymorningstaple:


Happens a lot when you enter an area with lots of buzzing little aggravating gnats that have nothing better to do than ask silly inconsequential questions that just take up bandwidth while making much sound and fury signifying nothing. :roll:

Re: Work Permit - Indonesian Chinese

Barnsley:

How soon should we start the process for PR?
Coz.. next year i'm 32..
(I think can still pay 5% first den 5% later if before 35)

Who said Romance is dead :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Re: Dutch Eredivisie (football) - Where to watch?

Barnsley:
To be honest, I do not know if you need to be a member to have a drink there.

The matches are usually on a Friday evening, Saturday evening and Sunday throughout the day (12.00, 14.30 and 16.45 Dutch time (so plus 6 or 7 hours depending on winter or summer time). I was hoping to watch some of those as that would be most convenient with the time difference.

The Sunday ones , you may have a chance of some socialising.

They are on Fox Sports in Singapore , dunno who carries that channel.

Best bet would be to find a like minded "community" online here in Singapore and then join one of their gatherings to watch a game.

Re: Work Permit - Indonesian Chinese

riri85:
ah ok. will take note!
Just looking to see what happens.

On a side note... coz I've been reading here and there PR process takes a freaking long time.
Once we ROM + LTVP (I actually tried the Pre-LTVP, we got our approval in days lol) Will reapply next year.

How soon should we start the process for PR?
Coz.. next year i'm 32.. Kinda wanna make it in time before I hit 35 to apply for BTO.
(I think can still pay 5% first den 5% later if before 35)

Re: Work Permit - Indonesian Chinese

ecureilx:
Yes.. thanks for the advice.

My plan is ROM next year June and we can do the other ceremonies at a later date once we are settled down.

Aw well, I thought I could let her join me sooner.

As of now, it will be a tough fight, if you go the work pass way. Trust me on that.

Regardless of your salary, if you ROM her, and then start the long term pass process, things will be smoother.

With the government's current "GO LOCAL" plans - you should sail through with not much issue

Re: Refused entry last sept 2015

ecureilx:

Now I'm working as a flight attendant here in the Middle east. I'm having my days off and planning to visit my boyfriend working in SG.

Do you think I have a high chance of getting in cause I have a work now?

Or

I still need to write an appeal to ICA?


Thank you so much for the response! Highly appreciated

Well, you can visit, just ensure you get a letter from the BF and in the white card, clearly specify your current work/location. And as said, make sure you have a return ticket with a shorter stay, don't get a 30 day return, which may make the officer suspicious again.

Shouldn't have a problem.

Though I still get miffed at girls who don't give up on boyfriends, boyrfriends who should have at least pretend to fight for their girls, when ICA says no entry :-k

Re: entry VISA for in-Laws

ecureilx:


"Ooops." (Emphases mine.)

No, you still don't get it.

If you know any Indians personally, ask how their visa system works.

No, please don't write a 1000 word essay quoting related internet resources and insisting why everybody here is wrong and you are 100% correct !

PS, you can't be always right, all the time ..

Re: Dutch Eredivisie (football) - Where to watch?

aaakker:
To be honest, I do not know if you need to be a member to have a drink there.

The matches are usually on a Friday evening, Saturday evening and Sunday throughout the day (12.00, 14.30 and 16.45 Dutch time (so plus 6 or 7 hours depending on winter or summer time). I was hoping to watch some of those as that would be most convenient with the time difference.

Re: Work Permit - Indonesian Chinese

riri85:
Yes.. thanks for the advice.

My plan is ROM next year June and we can do the other ceremonies at a later date once we are settled down.

Aw well, I thought I could let her join me sooner.