PARC IMPERIAL

Address: 253 - 253C PASIR PANJANG ROAD
Type: Condo
Tenure: Freehold
District: 05
No. of Units: 138
Estimated TOP: 2010
Developer: FRAGRANCE PROPERTIES PTE LTD

Parc Imperial is a 138-unit freehold condominium located along Pasir Panjang Road. It is near to the PSA, Pasir Panjang Wholesale Centre, International Science Park, West Coast Park, Kent Ridge Park and National University of Singapore (NUS).

Parc Imperial is situated near the Pasir Panjang Village, Haw Par Villa and a stone's throw from the West Coast MRT Station. Amenities like shops, restaurants, bistro, supermarkets can be found along Pasir Panjang Road and South Buona Vista Road.

Parc Imperial is accessible via West Coast Highway and Ayer Rajah Expressway(AYE) to all parts of Singapore. Commuting to the Central Business District (CBD) takes about 10 to 15 minutes.

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FACILITIES AT PARC IMPERIAL

  • SWIMMING POOL
  • FUN POOL
  • JACUZZI
  • POOL DECK
  • FUNCTION ROOM
  • CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND
  • GYMNASIUM
  • BBQ AREA
  • CAR PARK
  • 24-HOUR SECURITY

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

HAW PAR VILLA MRT STATION
Distance: 0.24 km

PASIR PANJANG MRT STATION
Distance: 1.23 km

KENT RIDGE MRT STATION
Distance: 1.29 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

TANGLIN TRUST SCHOOL
Distance: 2.13 km

GLOBAL INDIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (QUEENSTOWN)
Distance: 2.31 km

ISS HIGH SCHOOL
Distance: 2.45 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

FAIRFIELD METHODIST SCHOOL (PRIMARY)
Distance: 2.19 km

NEW TOWN PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 2.73 km

BLANGAH RISE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 2.83 km

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Re: Vacation rentals on Craigslist

JR8:


'Chill mahn' ;)
Ah, so you've set yourself up for a challenge now. Can you find an ad for say a legit unit in SG, for say a 7-day stay. Where you pay the owner or his agent when you collect the keys? Where you know the location and preferably name of the building, and it all checks out?

looking for any investment opportunity in Singapore

hlunzajoseph123:
I will like to seek the advice of everyone out there to tell me the type of investment opportunity which are good and favorable in Singapore. Need advice

Re: Vacation rentals on Craigslist

JR8:
On the London site, things don't look right either... example:
http://london.craigslist.co.uk/vac/5563331122.html

'GBP60 / 2br - Glamorous Apartment In West London! (Ifield Rd, Kensington)
The apartment is a bright 40sqm, completely refurbished accommodation that is fully furnished to welcome up to 8 guests, making it the perfect choice for a holiday with family or a group of friends. '

The building clearly in view through the window in pic2 is 'The Gherkin' building in the City *6 miles away* lol!
The pictured unit appears materially more than 430ft (430 = a typical studio-flat perhaps a roughly 20*20' studio + a small bathroom, no separate kitchen never mind a 'dine-in kitchen'). The windows appear hotel-style, i.e. ALu framed and only partially openable. It's fitted out like a serviced apartment too.
The price is suspiciously cheap, considering short-lets (3-6 months) cost about double what a 12-24 month TA would cost. Holiday lets with even higher turn over of tenants, hassle, wear+tear, voids, etc etc would need to be priced even higher.

ps. noted Ecu, thanks, haven't used it before and obviously will avoid it like the plague in future.
pps @ Ecu - MrsJR8 just got home and I asked her Q. ''

Re: RE: Any VPN experts here ???

Strong Eagle:
He just wants to route everything to whatever VPN the Fibre provider does.


Then the OP needs two things.

a) Needs to know the brand, protocol, and type of VPN server the fibre provider is using
b) Needs to find a router with a compatible built in client

The second one won't be so easy. Asus provides routers with clients. Or, the OP can flash a router with DD-WRT and set it up himself. The router then negotiates the VPN connection with the fibre provider.

I really don't see the point, though. This is all hard wired (in this case, at least partly fiber optic) data transmission. One would need to have direct access to connection points... routers, bridges, etc... to be able to intercept the stream, then identify the packets belonging to the OP.

Sure... the NSA has this backdoor capability and the computing power to extract individual data streams... but the average hacker? I don't think so.

Re: Any VPN experts here ???

x9200:
Hi,

Here's what I would ideally like to do ---

I would like to force connections from my home through a VPN. I understand that my access will most probably slow down but I accept that downside.

I believe there is some hardware available that will sit between my incoming fibre box and the router to do this job.

Can anyone advise? Or point me in the right direction?

Thanks in advance.

- John
I am not sure if you will manage to find such router and the reason I think so, is, you need a pair client server. Although there are some standardised protocols I believe, normally the server needs a match with dedicated client so you would need a specific client software (or proprietary protocol) on your router to connect to a specific VPN server. Normally people are pretty happy using software clients without channeling the whole traffic via the VPN link what combined with the client-server matchmaking gives rather limited market.

Having said that, if you are sufficiently skilled and still insist on such solution, I would look if anything is available under openwrt and similar software router platforms. For example, I see no reason why such strategy could be not implemented with a router running the openwrt with an openvpn client and a vpn server running the openvpn server.

Re: Vacation rentals on Craigslist

ecureilx:


Yeah, I didn't think of them :( :( My bad ... I am gonna look for a shovel now :p :-k

Come to think of it... are these ads from the real CL site, or is the site a spoof of CL?



Almost 90% of more of ads in CL are scam, including those offering jobs, services and what nots. And the apartment rentals.

Seems the advertisers are doing ok because of the victims who keep falling for it :p Somebody has got the maths right there.

of course, CL doesn't go about vetting the ads, and only when somebody reports the ad, they remove it.

Re: Singapore shipping customs

Strong Eagle:


Since he realized that he packed the meds, it's unlikely that he declared them.

It's also quite unlikely that anything is going to happen. The inbound shipment may or may not be inspected, and if it is inspected it may be rather cursory or it could be extensive... something that is relatively rare, and in my opinion, probably related to the origin of the shipment.

I'd just wait. If the meds were to be discovered in an inspection, I would

a) Explain the the shipper piled everything into one box
b) Have doctor's presriptions for the meds in question

I know a fellow who moved from KL to Singapore with a container that had hundreds of DVD's in it, none declared, an oversight, just like yours. Nothing happened.

Re: RE: Any VPN experts here ???

ecureilx:


Secure to where? Every VPN requires a client and a server to make the connection. If the OP wants to make secure inbound connections to his home network then see my other post. But you can't just have a one sided VPN connection.

He just wants to route everything to whatever VPN the Fibre provider does.

I left it with my suggestion as I don't have time to go after his requirements :)

I have done such VPN set ups, for clients in SG who want all internet to go via their HQ network in US or Europe. Route 0.0.0.0 to secure network, and secure network would be the remote server. Provided, "PROVIDED" the remote side routes all of 0.0.0.0 via the remote gateway.

In theory and practice, it's possible, but with Fibre, no, I don't know yet.

Re: Vacation rentals on Craigslist

Captjohn:


Haha do you think I just learned about AirBnB here? That's the reason for having a forum, do discuss such things. I'm sure there are still great deals to be had on CL, not all 700 listings are scams.

Re: Vacation rentals on Craigslist

JR8:
Come to think of it... are these ads from the real CL site, or is the site a spoof of CL?



Re: RE: Any VPN experts here ???

Strong Eagle:


Secure to where? Every VPN requires a client and a server to make the connection. If the OP wants to make secure inbound connections to his home network then see my other post. But you can't just have a one sided VPN connection.

Re: Any VPN experts here ???

Strong Eagle:
I don't understand what you mean when you say you want to "force all outgoing connections" to run through a VPN. Outgoing to where? Every VPN connection requires a server to make the VPN connections and a client that requests and processes them. The VPN connection is secure between the VPN server and the VPN client, nowhere else.

So... this works great if you are in a Starbucks with an open connection. Without VPN, you connect to the internet with the Starbucks wifi and if you bring up a banking page, everyone can see it.

So, you fire up your VPN client and make connection with the VPN server. Your data is now tunneled and encrypted. Now, it doesn't matter if Starbucks is open and sniffable... your data is encrypted between the server and the client, and your internet connection to your bank is actually from the VPN server now, which is presumably a more secure, hard wired connection.

So again, I say, "Outgoing to where?" If a website uses http protocol and you access it, there is nothing that you can do to prevent that connection from potentially being sniffed somewhere along the network path.

If you want all your computers to go through VPN when you are not inside your home network, then you must either have a server with VPN services enabled (ie - Windows Server 2012 R2), and operate your PC's and users on a domain with active directory control, or you must have a hardware appliance that supports the same. An example of such a box is the Netgear FVS318 ProSafe VPN/Firewall... http://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-FVS318-Pr ... B00006B9HC

Or, if you want the cat's meow in firewwall appliances, you'll want to get the Cisco Meraki brand... pricey but very capable and very easy to use. https://www.meraki.com/products/appliances In all these cases, the PC making the connection requires software to make the connection... Windows VPN, Cisco AnyConnect, etc.

The point is, though, that you VPN a VPN client TO a VPN server. For example, employees in my company use our VPN to access the company network when traveling. They use the client's VPN when accessing the client's network. Or, we can really stretch things. The employee uses our VPN to connect to our network, then uses remote desktop (RDP) to access their workstation in the office, then uses the client VPN setup on the workstation to access the client network.

Maybe you can tell me more about what you are trying to achieve?

Re: Returning to Singapore after renouncing PR and CPF withdrawal

sundaymorningstaple:
If you own an HDB flat it is also protected from Bankruptcy if you live there.

Re: Vacation rentals on Craigslist

sundaymorningstaple:
I wonder how Hertz, Avis and Budget survive then. Surely they don't survive off the plebes here do you think?