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: Employment documents for sole director (for spouse LTVP)

Strong Eagle:
I am a Singapore PR, running own Pte Ltd company as sole director. It is a one person company, ie., I am the 100% owner and sole shareholder and sole employee.

My wife is foreigner and she arrived few weeks back. I applied for LTVP for her and got an in-principle approval. The documents requested include 6 month payslip and letter of employment.

Now, I am in a dilemma with below questions.

1. As I am the sole employee and director, I have to create my letter of employment myself and sign it myself. Also, the payslips as well. Is this valid / acceptable by ICA ?

Yes. You are the managing director for the company, and you would be the entity that submits the documents. If ICA had any questions, they would ask for additional details but I judge that to be unlikely.



You should include a letter of explanation that says something like you were preserving capital at startup and are now making enough profits to make a regular salary. You should also include a project of future income and salary 1, 3, and 5 years out to show that you expect to earn more and thus increase your chances of a successful application.

3. I submitted LTVP application stating that I am 'employed' and not 'self-employed'. I believe this is correct as my company is not sole-proprietorship. Did anyone have similar experience to confirm this is fine?

Thanks in advance!

Yes, Since you have a separate legal entity in the form of a Pte Ltd it is fine to say that you are employed as opposed to self employed.

Beverly Wilshire Medical in Malaysia

Panadoll:


I realized that no one starts this topic, let me starts the ball rolling. I got to know this from Xiaxue's blog.
*p.s I'm not a big fan of her, sometimes the products that she recommended are pretty good*

I know it is in malaysia, we heard story how unsafe, basically more ghost story.
I don't think thailand is that safe too, yet people went to thailand. I'm not saying it is not good, but i have friends who did in thailand and i don't like the outcome. So im checking out malaysia.

I have mono eyelid, i went to check out the consultation which cost RM190. For once, I thought no harm checking out. The cost of the surgery is pretty reasonable (but not that cheap)

I'm more interested in the outcome. So have anyone did it before? Let's share your experience here.

Sprichst du Deutsch?

febfeb:
Hi all! 23 F/local here. I'm keen on learning German and right now I'm just starting on some simple books/ language apps.. Would love to have some German friends who could help me a little along the way! Thanks:)

Re: Chat group

febfeb:
Hi! How do I join?:)

Female travel buddy only

YOLO7:
Hi All

Am looking for female travel buddy to Australia coming mid or end August.

Pm me if you're keen! :):)

Re: ECP - Good Area for 26M Single guy?

Hatem:
Here the template:

Priorities:
- your budget: 3000SGD
- your workplace/s: Raffles Place
- the size and/or type of property that you are seeking: 2 bedroom flat, condo with swimming pool and gym facilities
- will you have a car here? No
- proximity to transport required: No more than 5 minutes to a bus or a MRT stop by walk. No more than 5 minutes bus to MRT.

Nice to have:
- will you need to be able to say walk to the local shops, a library, your doctor, a market, and so on?
Yes - I would need to be able to walk to eateries/etc... since I rarely cook.
- access to any specific sport, social, and recreation facilities? Jogging and eventually football/basketball court.

Your current home and commute:
- are you already a city dweller? I live close to the city center of my city, 10 minutes tram from it.
- what is the size and type (apartment, house+garden etc) of your current home? Apartment, 42 square meters.
- what are any current commute times like? Approximately 35 minutes door to door.

Re: Random thoughts thread

JR8:
Oh that's typical. 'Anyone who is anything' in France likely learned English from the age of 11 and up. Most are proficient, many are fluent. But bizarrely claiming they don't speak any is part of 'their charm' lol. It's perhaps a facet of the cultural arrogance that they try and force you to speak French, then feign not to understand you either.
OIC re: the luggage, the 'short-connection' thing. Yes that can be rough on a short-trip, always waiting for your bags to eventually catch up with you.
Yes the more traditional food down in Hungary is 'heavy'. Lot's of rich creamy sauces etc. If you wanted to stereotype E/Euro food it would be starchy/heavy and so on. At least down in Hungary they often have some spice going on too.

Re: RE: Re: The 55 age trap for housing

Wd40:
BBCW: Do you know if it is possible to pay back the CPF monies used for property without actually selling the property associated with the CPF monies? I can't find an answer to this on the CPF website strangely (the advantage is that an individual could remove any CPF claim to sale of the property in the future by repaying any monies used - it's something I've thought about for some time).

One final comment on the property and age scenario - apart from Japan which allows mortgages to be passed onto descendants I see a real problem developing in Australia (and the UK) where young people simply can't get into the property market in time... saving a 10% or 20% downpayment and then taking on a 35 year mortgage needs to happen quickly if they want to be able to pay it off before retirement. Too many people missing out and now trying to buy post 40.... which leaves less than 20 years available for repayment (in Australia and Singapore banks do not extend mortgages past the age of 65 AFAIK).
If you plan it really well, you should be able to buy a property with straight cash. I am 36 yr old now and my networth with is entirely liquid fixed deposits and mutual funds is equivalent to $600k SGD. If I was a Singaporean, I could buy an EC 3 bedroom for full cash. It is even more cheaper in the UK(outside London) and in Australia. If people cant save at least 50% for a down payment in their 40s, something is really wrong with them. I am not even a big earner. I earn 100k a year and save 50k.

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Re: Random thoughts thread

rajagainstthemachine:
i don't know what profiling they did by using a bored bubble gum chewing lady claiming she didn't know english, no fingerprints nothing lol.
it got delayed cause my connecting flight was less than 30 mins after my plane landed in paris. they sent it to my hotel lol, everything appeared intact. they also put in a mustafa style bag tie lol

the goulash is great and so are all the pastries and the beer, however the food is rather heavy im trying to choose the least loaded with calories.

Re: Random thoughts thread

JR8:
'Welcome to France. We guarantee your authentic French-style experience will begin before getting here, at check-in in fact' ;)
Perhaps AF took your luggage off for a thorough inspection, hence it got delayed and wasn't on your actual flight?
There are quite a few ports of entry in the EU where immigration in the intra-EU channel is deserted. Same goes for customs, which is often seemingly unmanned. Perhaps they rely on 'profiling' more these days...

ps. Glad you're enjoying it. Goulash, beer and cakes next? ;)

Re: Random thoughts thread

rajagainstthemachine:
2. i hit the wrong amount on the atm machine in hungary and withdrew more forints than i needed.
so im paying for everything and trying to use it all up.

3. Buda > Pest, though i am staying in the Pest part. i went on the hop on hop off bus, lovely place I love the sights , scenery and the clean fresh air, something i haven't experienced in a long time.

Re: Random thoughts thread

rajagainstthemachine:
update so far:
1. Air France are absolute twats, the interrogated me and wanted to see papers proving my intention to travel to Europe and this happened in Singapore! no airline has asked for that info in 10 years of my flying around. the reason they wanted this info was apparently because if they had to deport me back in case of "issues" they wanted to make sure i was sufficiently funded. this was well further befuddling because they wanted to see my invitation letter not my finances, also i had a return air ticket which was already paid for which disproved their fck all theory.
Ironically at Paris, a bored looking woman chewing gum didn;t even look at my face and stamped my passport and said she didn't know english and that i should hurry up for my connecting flight.
in Budapest there wasn't even a customs official in sight. and Air france delayed my baggage. A full formal complaint in on order.

Re: ECP - Good Area for 26M Single guy?

JR8:
Did you look at the 'Where should I live' FAQ/template? It's a Sticky topic in this sub part of the forum. It's just as it is you're enquiring about one building, and asking if it fits well vs your wishes, many of which are unstated.
It's often better to start by, via the FAQ, outlining your circumstances and needs, then asking for suggestions. That can yield one or more candidate neighbourhoods and possibly several buildings to then compare vs each other.

I've never lived out on the East Coast, but been over that way now and again esp for the East Coast Park, and watersports. The seafood centres on the coast. And the F+B scene, pubs etc around Joo Chiat. All of those aspects I thoroughly enjoy; but that's about the depth of my knowledge of that side of the island. There are some other East Coast residents here though, so hopefully they can give you their thoughts.

Re: ECP - Good Area for 26M Single guy?

Hatem:
I gave a look to that and that is why I think pricewise it is very good.
What do you think about the area considering my age etc..?

Re: ECP - Good Area for 26M Single guy?

JR8:
URA records two rentals in that building this past year, but it's not a big complex. Both took place in April 15. Size 1200-1300. So similar to your option. One at $3200, the other at $3350.
Don't know how well the link might or might not work if I copy and paste it... https://www.ura.gov.sg/realEstateIIWeb/ ... rch.action