TANGLIN VIEW

Address: 150 - 156 PRINCE CHARLES CRESCENT
Type: Condo
Tenure: 99-year Leasehold
District: 03
No. of Units: 384
Estimated TOP: 2002
Developer: TANGLIN VIEW PTE LTD (FAR EAST ORGANIZATION)

Tanglin View is a luxurious condominium located at the fringe of Tanglin Road, along Prince Charles Crescent. It is conveniently located across the Redhill MRT station. Close by amenities like the market, Central Business District and Orchard Road are also within a 5 minutes drive.

All the units interiors comes with full height windows. Apartments on high floors offer a panoramic view of Orchard Road and Tanglin area.

Facilities in this condominium include a grand swimming pool, wading pool, tennis courts, a grand clubhouse, saunas, BBQ pits, gymnasium, playground and putting green.

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FACILITIES AT TANGLIN VIEW

  • SWIMMING POOL
  • TENNIS
  • POOL TABLE
  • CLUBHOUSE
  • SAUNA
  • BBQ
  • GYM
  • PLAYGROUND
  • PUTTING GREEN
  • 24-HOUR SECURITY
  • COVERED CAR PARK

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

REDHILL MRT STATION
Distance: 0.32 km

TIONG BAHRU MRT STATION
Distance: 1.13 km

QUEENSTOWN MRT STATION
Distance: 1.41 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

MANASSEH MEYER SCHOOL
Distance: 0.15 km

SRI MANASSEH MEYER INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 0.15 km

AVONDALE GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Distance: 0.77 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

GAN ENG SENG PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 0.78 km

ZHANGDE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.2 km

QUEENSTOWN PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.28 km

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Re: Paid up capital increased

Strong Eagle:
So... 3PG, are you still planning on opening your travel business?

Re: RE: Re: Everyone I know is leaving or already left

ecureilx:

All the best!!!

Re: RE: Re: entry VISA for in-Laws

ecureilx:

Indians can't do visa runs, try they may ....

Re: RE: maid I interviewed is now available as my mother-in-law will come to help instead

ecureilx:
I am a french citizen married to thai woman. we were looking for a maid to help us since the arrival of my second child. We interviewed the following person who we decided to hire but eventually we had to turn her down has my mother-in law is willing to come to singapore. I feel a bit bad about cancelling the hiring process at the last minute so I would like to recommend her as she did well during the interview.
her profile can be found at:


I hope you paid her a fair compensation in lieu of what her agents would have signed as loan.

PS, the last I checked you wouldn't be able to get your MIL on any pass, unless she does visa runs - which are pretty risky for a Thai passport holder. Be warned.

maid I interviewed is now available as my mother-in-law will come to help instead

french_brownie:
I am a french citizen married to thai woman. we were looking for a maid to help us since the arrival of my second child. We interviewed the following person who we decided to hire but eventually we had to turn her down has my mother-in law is willing to come to singapore. I feel a bit bad about cancelling the hiring process at the last minute so I would like to recommend her as she did well during the interview.
her profile can be found at:
Name: Marilou Cayme (43) can be found on maidandme website.
Bonne chance;)

Re: entry VISA for in-Laws

BBCWatcher:
Moreover, a STVP is not for your in-laws' de facto residence in Singapore. Visits must be both short and occasional. It sounds like your in-laws' had some "visa runs." Eventually, that won't work. Maybe they've already reached that point.

Re: RE: Re: Everyone I know is leaving or already left

Wd40:

All the best Brah!

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Re: Everyone I know is leaving or already left

Brah:
Well, it's official - SG is now Brah-less

Re: My Estate Agent Made a Mistake and Now I Have to Pay $1,700; Advice?

x9200:
CEA is not a bad idea but talk first to your agent. Tell her you expect her to pay, explain the rationale. If she is regretful, no reason for threatening. If refuses, perhaps bluff a bit that you consulted a lawyer and that if not paid, you will have no choice but go to CEA. Also, she may have a professional liability insurance? If nothing helps, go to CEA. If this doesn't help, then SCT is probably your only pragmatic choice.

Re: entry VISA for in-Laws

sundaymorningstaple:
I'm assuming you are on an EP and earning a substantial salary, first of all. If you are on an EP, you will not be able to bring them in on anything more than a bog standard Social Visit Pass in whatever length is normal from your country of origin. LTVP is out of the question.

Re: RE: entry VISA for in-Laws

ecureilx:


Are there any chances of getting SG VISA for both Mother-in-law andFather in law. Please suggest.

What passport do they hold ?

India?

Re: RE: Re: My Estate Agent Made a Mistake and Now I Have to Pay $1,700; Advice?

ecureilx:


My 2 cents ?

Don't threaten. Go to CEA and get your money.

Ah, agent's job here in Singapore is generally to take your money. Few bother to go the extra mile unless they see more business.

Re: My Estate Agent Made a Mistake and Now I Have to Pay $1,700; Advice?

justin_81:
The first in the line of fire is your agent, not the other agent. Your agent should cover the bill. The fact no proper contact info for the LL or his/her agent was available is also what your agent should have though about. It was his/her duty to take care of such things.
Later, once your agent pays the bill he may have recourse towards the other agents (assuming he can prove what actually has happened).

I agree. In my mind, I pay my estate agent to sort out just these sorts of issues so that I don't have to worry about them and it was her errors in not having the landlord's contact details, in not figuring out who the landlord's estate agent was that caused this mess. As I mentioned, the landlord's estate agent told me he has clear e-mail evidence showing that he made it clear to my estate agent that he was the only agent acting on behalf of the landlord, so she should have known. But practically, how do I get her to pay? What cards am I holding and recourse do I have? Another poster mentioned the CEA, are they a useful resource that I can complain to or at least threaten my estate agent with?

entry VISA for in-Laws

vishnu_msg:
Hi All,

I need advice,

I am staying in SG since 2013, I had a kid last year and to look after the kid and my in-laws supported us hence they were staying with us for last 20 months, (they were coming in and going out as required by SG rules and had a mulitple entry visa for 2 years).

However, their Visa expired this month (July first week) we have applied for SG visa , while they were staying in Johor Bharu. But the Visa was rejected, we then again tried to apply with a local contact but that as well was rejected, Please advise if we can appeal for the rejection.

Are there any chances of getting SG VISA for both Mother-in-law andFather in law. Please suggest.

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

MrsPSG:
Congratulations all! I'm also a FTM, British Singapore PR. Would like to meet other new mums to be. 11 more weeks to due date for us, staying in the north of Singapore.