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: RE: Boy held hostage

ecureilx:
A family dispute has gotten out of hand. Hope the little boy is fine.

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/sin ... 61756.html
Seems resolved now.

Re: SIA cabin crew

dalbit:
Hi, I went for the 3rd Sep interview and medical on the 5th Sep. Received an email yesterday (tuesday 27 sep) informing me to head over to STC to submit my remaining documents. My notice period is available immediately and I did not have any additional medical checks.

Hope they will inform me the training dates when I submit my documents.

Wow I think you're the first person from our interview batch to get any news? Congrats! When are you submitting the documents?

Anyone else heard anything from SIA?

Re: EP Change of Residential Address

bgd:
Easy to assume one update changes everything but, if you have a vehicle you can't do it online, have to complete a form (which you find online) and then send it in.

Re: SIA cabin crew

asterix91:
Hi, I went for the 3rd Sep interview and medical on the 5th Sep. Received an email yesterday (tuesday 27 sep) informing me to head over to STC to submit my remaining documents. My notice period is available immediately and I did not have any additional medical checks.

Hope they will inform me the training dates when I submit my documents.

Re: RE: Re: Population Statistics - Residents and NonResidents wanna be

ecureilx:
Singapore's image isn't that great either. Yesterday there was the usual article about "Singapore top location for expats" or something like that on linkedin. In the comments section someone wrote "Isn't Singapore the country that would cane you for chewing gum?" In one sentence he just summed up Singapore for the uninitiated.

Sent from my Redmi Note 2 using Tapatalk
If somebody whines about caning for chewing gum (no, there's no caning for chewing gum ..) it does show the kind of upbringing.

Like a visitor when found out caning is meted out for vandalizing and smoking weed - he was like this is hell .... shows the kind of priority in his life

Boy held hostage

menudown:
A family dispute has gotten out of hand. Hope the little boy is fine.

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/sin ... 61756.html

Re: Population Statistics - Residents and NonResidents wanna be

Wd40:
Singapore's image isn't that great either. Yesterday there was the usual article about "Singapore top location for expats" or something like that on linkedin. In the comments section someone wrote "Isn't Singapore the country that would cane you for chewing gum?" In one sentence he just summed up Singapore for the uninitiated.

Sent from my Redmi Note 2 using Tapatalk

Re: SIA cabin crew

Jakeee:


Nope :/

No news either

Re: Scam - apartment deposit

JCCT:
I paid 3 months deposit ($12,900) and they are saying that they will only return $3.4K to me. Some of the deductions were agreeable in advance, i.e. 8 days extra staying, curtains dry cleaning but this is too much.. I saw the actual invoices and it was more like renovation rather than cleaning. One of the invoices are from a "construction service" company and the breakdowns were handwritten with cash payment..

Re: RE: Re: Singapore Citizenship Rejected, Appeal or Reapply?

DerronTee:

I can't believe that even your PR is more than 11 years, they still reject you.

I got one friend whose salary is 2.5k, single female 28 years old with poly diploma and PR 4 years, submitted her application on December 2015 and is approved 2 weeks ago. Just for your reference.


Yes, so the guy must get it - agreed.


You mentioned that you are a fresh grad? I think you need to work for at least 2 years bah then reapply?

All the best for your appeal too!

Best Regards

Derron

Bah ?

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maybe he is a fresh grad and doesn't have any NOA, not continuous CPF contribution?

Who knows how ICA grant citizenship.

Re: RE: Re: Population Statistics - Residents and NonResidents wanna be

ecureilx:


I know a SC, similar as above.

Wife is forced to live in JB with step kids and In laws, husband in Singapore. Because she was on WP before. Weekend husband ...

Even though her husband was widower and she supposedly (and meaningfully) got married to take care of the kids but still no means no.

After 7 years or something of living there in JB, last I heard, the govt relented and allowed her to visit Singapore but no long term stay.

Re: RE: Re: Singapore Citizenship Rejected, Appeal or Reapply?

ecureilx:

I can't believe that even your PR is more than 11 years, they still reject you.

I got one friend whose salary is 2.5k, single female 28 years old with poly diploma and PR 4 years, submitted her application on December 2015 and is approved 2 weeks ago. Just for your reference.


Yes, so the guy must get it - agreed.


You mentioned that you are a fresh grad? I think you need to work for at least 2 years bah then reapply?

All the best for your appeal too!

Best Regards

Derron

Bah ?

Re: Random thoughts thread

rajagainstthemachine:


Really?

I always thought "A man will gladly pay double the price for what he needs, a woman will happily pay half the price for what she doesn't".

I will pay double for what I want, for eg I've paid double to watch a football game or a concert or say to buy a collectible CD or even flight tickets sometimes, but umm I see a pair of jeans costing 160$ no way... [-(
or a phone costing 1000$, i'll probably will wait until the price goes down.

Re: Looking for your help, my fellow Singaporeans!

Strong Eagle:


Working in the Department of Redundancy Department, no doubt.

Re: Singapore Citizenship Rejected, Appeal or Reapply?

DerronTee:
Hi Derron, I'm in the same boat as you. I just got my rejection letter in Sep 2016 (after submission of docs in Oct 2015) and am not very sure on how to go about doing the appeal. Been here for 19 years, PR for almost 11 years, fresh grad.

How do you go about doing the appeal after getting the rejection letter?
Did you write an official letter or email? Or is it appeal from their ICA online system?
Also, any extra documents you provided to support the appeal? Don't think I'm getting any pay raise soon so nothing much has changed, hah.

Thanks, and all the best for your appeal!

Maybe the Govt has decided it wants to retain the option of booting you out later..... Or rejecting a PR renewal later on , which they hope will lead to you making your own way to the exit. You might be reaching the end of your usefulness to Singapore.

Who knows these days. #-o #-o #-o
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