THOMSON VIEW CONDO

Address: 1 - 17E BRIGHT HILL DRIVE
Type: Condo
Tenure: 99-year Leasehold
District: 20
No. of Units: 206
Estimated TOP: 1987
Developer: TAT LEE THOMSON DEVELOPMENT PTE LTD

Thomson View Condominium is a development over 15 years old, but still preserving its charm with its lush greenery and large compound great for children to play.

It is conveniently located opposite the Thomson Plaza where one can find restaurants, cafes, supermarket, and a host of other amenities and shops.

It is also within walking distance to the Thomson Post Office, banks, hawker fares and well-served by many public buses to almost any places.

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FACILITIES AT THOMSON VIEW CONDO

  • SWIMMING POOL
  • GYM
  • SAUNA
  • TENNIS
  • SQUASH
  • FITNESS TRACK
  • PLAYGROUND
  • MINI-MART
  • BBQ
  • CLUBHOUSE
  • 24-HOUR SECURITY
  • COVERED CARPARK

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

MARYMOUNT MRT STATION
Distance: 1.2 km

BISHAN MRT STATION
Distance: 1.94 km

CALDECOTT MRT STATION
Distance: 2.26 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.25 km

GLOBAL INDIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.88 km

CHINESE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.96 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

AI TONG SCHOOL
Distance: 0.49 km

CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Distance: 1.5 km

GUANGYANG PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.66 km

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Yoga@Park

Yuanne Lau:
I just love the outdoors. And my favorite Yoga hangouts are Bedok Reservoir Park, East Coast park, and of course the Bontanic Gardens. Any other good outdoor suggestions?
Happy to welcome those who are curious about Yoga. I'll be at Bedok next, if anyone is keen huddle over for a wonderful hour of good stretch, breathe deep cool fresh air, and spread your arms to welcome the sun!

PM me for details. Happy to connect.
Yuanne
8223 2360

Is there anybody working out in revolve gym?

gayan1991:
Hi, I'm looking for a partner who is training in revolve gym.


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Re: Recipes

JR8:
Now here's an idea that completely new to me; and I'm certainly going to give it a go. I'm doubly curious about this as we love ice-cream, but decent stuff is so damned expensive, and not great for the waistline.

http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-cr ... tchn-93414
'How To Make Creamy Ice Cream with Just One Ingredient!'

Now the one ingredient isn't cream, it's banana. At the foot of the recipe are suggestions for variations, examples: adding Nutella, or peanut butter, or honey, or aromatic spices, and so on.

If this works as well as suggested, this could be quite a discovery!

Re: Seeking advice on seoul travel

JR8:
Fascinating place IME, and a good side-trip from SG. Maybe better for people considering it to avoid winter, as I recall it gets pretty bitterly cold.
TripAdvisor is good for these kind of broad questions, esp where your own specific tastes and budget are unknown.
Here's their member rated restaurant suggestions for Seoul. The nice thing is the rankings can then be filtered by budget, cuisine, neighbourhood, and so on. The number of 'Certificates of Excellence' awarded from just the first page of hits bodes veery well indeed!
https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurants ... Seoul.html

From that page it's just a click away to 'Things to do', and similar member ratings.
I like and use TA a lot. Even to find suggestions for things to do in my current city, and I always use it if I'm visiting somewhere new to me. They have a *very* strict policy of fake up-ranking, so I trust their listings. Also you can read the individual member reviews for lots of detail, which dishes they suggest are must-haves etc, and also see a mini-bio of that reviewer, so you get a feel for that reviewer age/demographic/likely budget, and so on. IME it's one of the more useful free and unbiased review sites out there.
[Note: I have been a member for several years, and have submitted many reviews from around the world. Membership is free, the trusted exchange of reviews is what it's all about. The only thing thing I've got from them beyond insight, was a TA logo'd luggage tag. That was after something like my first 50 reviews. It can be fun to have in view on a suitcase or daypack when entering a restaurant or hotel - i.e. most such places know that logo, and that a person with one is likely well travelled and perhaps approaches things with a 'reviewers mindset'.

Employment documents for sole director (for spouse LTVP)

zha:
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 ?

2. Even though company started 1 year back, I started paying myself salary of 3.8K just 3 months back. Prior to that I didn't take salary for 6 months (except just once as director fee). Hope this suffices. Is there any thing I could do to strengthen my case?

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!

Re: SIA cabin crew

huangjiean:


Hello! Do you happen to know the results of your scoliosis test? I had to go for the 2nd xray test for scoliosis and at the moment I am anxiously waiting for the golden call.

Hey, I did the 2nd xray test on 23 May also. Do you have any updates hahaha. I need help cause my notice period is November since i ORD in november.

Re: Singapore Citizenship application rejected

Arsenal_fan:
Yes born in Singapore

Re: Singapore Citizenship application rejected

summerof79:
Was he born in Singapore ?

Re: Bed mites and FDW

BBCWatcher:

(I see SMS beat me to it substantially, but I'll elaborate a bit.) That's one option, but I've never seen a FDW enter a place of employment without any fabric. If the critters are going to hitch a ride, they'll hitch a ride. If not on day one then eventually -- and with any house guest or resident.

So you need to know how to kill the critters -- and how to keep killing them. One option is to seal everything you want to disinfect in one or more airtight plastic bags and leave it/them outside in the sun for the afternoon -- or even in an unshaded, parked car. Interior temperatures will easily reach 49°C for a sustained period and get the job done. (You can use an opaque bag if you're concerned about color fading.) A clothes dryer, washing (at a sufficiently high temperature), freezing, and chemicals also work, but in Singapore our abundant sunshine, well applied, is the most economical and most environmentally friendly option.

Advice needed for Citizenship application

KLJ:
Hi everyone,

My husband and I are looking at applying for Singapore citizenship as a family together with my 2 year old son. We are Malaysian Chinese and have been PR for more than 2 years, but my son has only been a PR for 1 year (he was born in Singapore). Therefore if we apply now, i'm not sure if my son will be qualified to apply together as well?

On another note, looks like from 1st June onwards, all applications have to go through eSC?

Any advice appreciated. Thank you.

Re: Bed mites and FDW

sundaymorningstaple:
Bed bugs will get into clothes, luggage, even shoes and you can bring them into your home from a trip abroad while staying in nothing but 5 star hotels the whole trip. The big hotels have their rooms sprayed at least monthly or regularly bring in sniffer dogs (just like drug sniffing dogs) to sniff out the almond scent of bed bugs. Rather than disposing of all the linen and mattresses, you can have a pest control company come in and hit your entire home with a three pronged attack that usually will do the trick in the first instance. Aerosol bombs (house has to be sealed and vacated for 8 hours) misting of baseboard and bottoms of furniture where they hit the floor and HVLP fogging of curtains and walls. It sound like overkill and it probably is, but it is pretty darned effective. the heavy spraying of baseboards and such is done and then the HVLP spraying and as all leave the premises, an aerosol bomb is sent off in each bedroom, and any other room and usually two in the main hall. All windows closed premises, as said, vacated for 4 hours.

Regarding clothing/linens:

The following research shows the temperatures/times required to have a 100% kill ratio for all adults, larvae and eggs.

http://insectsinthecity.blogspot.sg/201 ... gs-in.html

Re: Singapore Citizenship application rejected

Arsenal_fan:
Born after we got our pr. Did not apply immediately after he was born as my job was not stable.

Re: Singapore Citizenship application rejected

x9200:
Your son was born after you applied for PR for yourself and your wife or you left him out that time for a purpose?

Bed mites and FDW

PNGMK:
A friend told me that a recently hired FDW brought beddding or at least linen into his home when they hired her. The linen turned out to have bed mites which propagated through his home. He has thrown literally every mattress out and even some beds and is sleeping on the floor. A word of caution for sure. Don't let your FDW bring bedding or linen in. I am not sure about clothing but I've stayed in hotel rooms with bed mites and not had them jump into my clothes...

Re: SIA cabin crew

cabincrewwannabe:


Hello! Do you happen to know the results of your scoliosis test? I had to go for the 2nd xray test for scoliosis and at the moment I am anxiously waiting for the golden call.