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: First time mum-to-be looking for mummy friends

Xuan Nguyen:
Hello Fatima,

Congratulation to your family, I guess you are now very exciting to see your little one.

My husband (German) and I (Vietnamese), been in Singapore more than 3 years. We have 2 daughters (1 is 23 months and 1 is 4 months old). I stay at home to take care of them with the assistance from my helper.

Happy to share experience and be friends with other mummies.

Feel free to contact me in your convenient or any questions feel free to ask. Can get together at weekend too. I stay in Toh Guan Road,

Best

Xuan

Re: Tenancy agreements/leases and your rights as a tenant

targoy:
Hi Guys,

Thanks for your valuable responses. Although they didnt agree to get the oven fixed, they agreed to pay for something else instead. But really, I feel cheated on this matter and like JR8 said - it is just a warning for things to come.

Since I had paid the deposit I could not do much here. The attitude of owner's agent changed hours after paying the deposit so I am going to very careful during the handover and will make full use of my DSLR to click fotos of every scratch or mark that that house has and post it back to owner and agent.

I don't think that can safeguard me against all the dirty tricks that these agents have at their disposal but better be safe than sorry.

Cheers,
T

Re: 25 old Female wants to make friends in singapore

Edz:
Who would like to volunteer to create the whatsapp chat group? :)

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Re: Addressing people

JR8:
My approach would be to start cautiously. So for people senior to you be polite until the person you are addressing suggests you can address them less formally. This is respectful and the safest way to avoid a mistake.
- 'Good morning Mr. Smith'
-- 'Oh no no, please call me John :)'.

It also depends what nationality/culture the company is. My experience from say western MNCs is things are polite but less formal. Position counts much more than age. Only very senior people are addressed as Mr/s or sir.

ps. Singlish is an informal slang, a mash-up of regional dialects and English. SGns like to think they speak... well, almost 'English English', and some can. If they're speaking English with you, then refer to it as English. Referring to it as Singlish would suggest they're using an informal/sloppy version.

Good luck with the new job, and welcome to the forum :)

Re: Random thoughts thread

JR8:
I think it's typically a winter dish, so a hearty rich stew with dumplings on the side... likely to hit the spot on a cold day.
We've done lighter versions, say halving the cream added, so not too heavy/rich. Then served it with sides of rice, or plain boiled potatoes and say broccoli +/- carrots instead of dumplings.
I suppose a parallel climate-wise might be found in the Northern Sub-con diet hinged around bread and cream based dishes, vs the south hinged around rice and coconut. ...maybe ? :)

- Hmm thought provoking - how one can try and adapt cold-weather western recipes to serve up in a tropical climate.
Oh and I'm not a big fan of spaetzle or perogi dumplings. Super chewy balls of starch lacking much flavour (just my 2c). Reminds me of Japanese mochi balls, another cold-weather dish... which almost pull your teeth out they're so heavy.

Re: 25 old Female wants to make friends in singapore

Chiqe Rose:
29 y/o F, Can I please join too :)

Re: 25 old Female wants to make friends in singapore

Chiqe Rose:
29 y/o F, Can I please join too :)

Re: 25 old Female wants to make friends in singapore

Chiqe Rose:
29 y/o F, Can I please join too :)

Re: Random thoughts thread

rajagainstthemachine:
maybe your ghoulash has ghouls :D

Anyone interested to sell MotionSimulator

motionsimulator:
Would that be anyone keen on to sell a high end and reality motion simulator?

Any parties keen do pm me for more details.

Re: 16.4oz Propane can for camping

toofaan:
This is the picture of the tank he can import. 14.1oz. It fits the searzall.


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Re: 16.4oz Propane can for camping

toofaan:



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Average cost for a language tutor?

NCD22:
We are looking for a Mandarin tutor for our daughter. Does anyone have a rough guide on what the hourly rate for tutors is in Singapore? Have not done this here so just want to make sure that we have the right kind of expectation going in.

Thanks!

16.4oz Propane can for camping

toofaan:
Hi everyone. I found a supplier (from LPG DELIVERY) He is able to import the propane 14.1oz tanks. Each tank is $25. However, he will not do individual sales. We have to consolidate a carton worth - 12 tanks. Perhaps each of us can buy 2-3 tanks? Is there interest in consolidating and doing a mass order?


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Re: Open a bank account without proof of residence

Hidy Ho:


I have a Citibank SG and POSB accounts as US citizen. My salary goes to my Citibank account and monthly I transfer set amount of POSB account for living expenses (rent, tax,etc).

I got a Citibank SG credit card (two cards to one credit limit, one for airline mileage and another one for SMRT top up) right away based on my salary. It wasn't that big of credit to start with (5K SGD I think). It was bumped up later when I requested it (hit the limit when I travel to US and end up buying stuffs to bring back). I think they bumped it to something like 3 or 4 months salary.

I got the shock of my life when I noticed what they charge for annual fee on the credit cards. They wanted something close to SGD 200 for EACH of the card. They waive the fee if I go to a branch to request a waiver but I have to do this annually. I don't know their criteria for waiver but I do carry a decent balance in my account.