VILLA AZURA

Address: 1, 3 CHERRY AVENUE
Type: Condo
Tenure: Freehold
District: 10
No. of Units: 53
Estimated TOP: 1999
Developer: BEAUTY WORLD PROPERTIES PTE LTD (FAR EAST ORGANIZATION)

Villa Azura is a low-rise Mediterranean-styled condominium located at Cherry Avenue, off Bukit Timah Road. The development, ideally located within the prestigious District 10 neighbourhood.

Nearby amenities includes good schools, Turf City Mall, King's Albert Park McDonalds, Cold Storage supermarket. It takes about 5 minutes drive to the Orchard shopping belt and 12 minutes drive to the Business District. Public transport are aplenty along Bukit Timah Road.

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FACILITIES AT VILLA AZURA

  • SWIMMING POOL
  • JACUZZI
  • BBQ
  • CAR PARK
  • 24-HOUR SECURITY

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

SIXTH AVENUE MRT STATION
Distance: 0.44 km

KING ALBERT PARK MRT STATION
Distance: 1.16 km

TAN KAH KEE MRT STATION
Distance: 1.78 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

BLUE HOUSE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 0.62 km

HWA CHONG INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 1.1 km

THE SWISS SCHOOL SINGAPORE
Distance: 1.2 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

METHODIST GIRLS' SCHOOL (PRIMARY)
Distance: 1.12 km

RAFFLES GIRLS' PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.49 km

HENRY PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.89 km

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Re: RE: moving to singapore to work at universal studios

kelvinlamgroup:
Hi,
Im looking for some advice on behalf of my brother. He has been offered a contract at universal studios and therefore needs to find somewhere to rent for a year.

He found a small appartment, but it was very cheap and just sounded to good to be true.

His wages will be $3500 singapore dollars a month, realistically is he best renting a room or an appt? and where is the best place?
basically with such salary it's rent a room. an private apt is going cost him at least 2k-3k for a small unit. and renting a gov flat also going cost at least low $2k. or maybe he could consider sharing a small apt with one colleague

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Re: RE: moving to singapore to work at universal studios

kelvinlamgroup:
Hi,
Im looking for some advice on behalf of my brother. He has been offered a contract at universal studios and therefore needs to find somewhere to rent for a year.

He found a small appartment, but it was very cheap and just sounded to good to be true.

His wages will be $3500 singapore dollars a month, realistically is he best renting a room or an appt? and where is the best place?
basically with such salary it's rent a room. an private apt is going cost him at least 2k-3k for a small unit. and renting a gov flat also going cost at least low $2k. or maybe he could consider sharing a small apt with one colleague

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Re: Music

JR8:
Having a discussion with some friends over on FB about the song 'Lou Reed - Perfect Day'. The OP there maintains it's about a happy relationship with a women he'd just met. But to me it's always been about heroine addiction, something LR makes no secret of having had.


So it's weird to me really how it got picked by advertisers as a positive message and lyric. And covers by Pavarotti, Duran Duran et al. To me it's about having a day fixed-up and left alone uninterrupted to spend with 'sister heroine'...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYEC4TZsy-Y
Lou Reed - Perfect Day

p.s. Consider the lyrics, it seems obvious to me. Not least the closing reprise - 'You're going to reap just what you sow' - is that an acknowledgement of what heroine will certainly do to him, rather than some supposed loved-up line to a woman? Nah, the latter would come over as more of a death-threat and be wholly out of place...

And Perfect Day was within a period that also yielded 'Lou Reed - I'm waiting for my man' - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hugY9CwhfzE . The meaning of which is beyond doubt...

Re: Advice needed for short term rental

andri.tjiu:
Wow, the only one that I know no need work visa is if you are soldier from another country station in the military floating bases. Or might be also law enforcement officer from interpol.

I don't know is there any other work that have global visa

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Re: Donald Trump

JR8:
Lol w/Caligula, and yes you're right in any other context this would be 'interfering in the internal affairs of another state'. But the EU don't care about such delicacies when it comes to protecting their gilded troughs.

Actually either Cameron or BJ is related to Churchill but I forget which one. Still, ironic in it's own way which ever it is.

ps. BJ wrote a well received biography of Churchill, and per Google 'David Cameron is the 5th cousin, twice removed of Queen Elizabeth II'. I still also believe one of the two is related to Churchill as well...

Re: Donald Trump

JR8:
...and the supposed 'world's beacon of democracy' the USA. Where having a relative who has previously been President seems to pre-entitle you to run yourself? The sense of pre-entitled politically anointed dynasties. Even Michelle Obama had to outright deny a month or two back that she herself might run.

I still don't get this rather modern assumption that there is a familial right to accede to the political throne. It wouldn't happen in the UK.

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Re: Donald Trump

calugaruvaxile:


from what you wrote, it seems like eu is nowadays dictating uk who should win the elections :cool:

in those days of now-forgotten sovereignty, this would be called "inference in uk's internal affairs" and it would have been a diplomatic incident.

i certainly hope this time uk manages to repeat the dunquerque evacuation and resist the upcoming attack of luftwaffe. given the eurotunnel, the operation sealion may be more dangerous these days, too. the real question is where do you guys get a winston churchill, a hugh dowding and a king george from. for now, you probably have a hobart (that's not bad either!). maybe if you force boris to drink some more, he will become churchill

the good news is that all the other big players also seem to be in worse shape than they were at the beginning of ww2.

Re: Cheap lease needed (recomendations please)

The Ref:
Thanks, changing the LTV may help me here but it is a shame they didnt raise them all to 70% (or even 75%). While I am looking at an older car the upfront costs are about the same as buying a car outright back home #-o

Re: Open a bank account without proof of residence

ecureilx:
Which bank would you recommend?
I am open to any, I just need something that I can open quickly, where I can get my salary accredited (8400-9500 depending on the month), that can send international payments and with a debit card and credit card associated to it.

That's it :)

As I said, some employers will prefer POSB/DBS (Same bank, different name)

If they don't specify any preference, OCBC, UOB and all are pretty much good.

I have opened accounts for new arrivals in POSB, DBS and OCBC, with a promise that the first month pay will be credited to the account, and the minimum deposit requirement etc was all waived.

If you wanna save, go with the suggestion of BBCW's suggestion of Citi or WD40 (who wrote a long post about saving using OCBC and all .. )

Though the above means you need to (for example) a) use a specific EZ Link card b) pay x amount every month for bill, often topping up for the 'rewards' thing .. and more .. :D

Some like it, some can't be bothered. Your choice

Re: UK vote to leave the EU ['BREXIT'] - 23rd June

calugaruvaxile:
yeah, the press is full of very competent people forecasting UK's doom in case of brexit. the same competent people who predicted wealth and heaven for the citizens of eurozone, back in 2000. the same who made very good predictions, six month ago, on the oil price (they predicted anything from $10 to $100, so when taking the weighed average of their predictions, they are quite close).

somehow, i believe the london weather report is more reliable. and this isn't exactly praise

Re: Donald Trump

JR8:



Mr Johnson, who is backing the Brexit campaign, earlier this month compared the EU's efforts to unify Europe with earlier attempts by Napoleon and Hitler. ...
In an interview, he told the Telegraph earlier this month: "The history of the last couple of thousand years has been broadly repeated attempts by various people or institutions ... to rediscover the lost childhood of Europe, this golden age of peace and prosperity under the Romans, by trying to unify it. Napoleon, Hitler, various people tried this out, and it ends tragically. The EU is an attempt to do this by different methods."
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05 ... e-with-re/
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So that's effectively the head of the EU vs a high profile plain old MP, who is also the ex Mayor of London.
Funny how it's still complete taboo to mention Hitler in any normal conversation in Europe, in case it offends a German. It strikes me that they're still in part in the 'denial stage' of their social recovery.




Boris Johnson has faced an extraordinary string of attacks from some of the most senior figures in the EU, one of whom described the prospect of him becoming prime minister as a “horror scenario”.
Martin Selmayr, who is chief of staff to the European commission president, Jean Claude Juncker, lumped Johnson in with France’s Marine Le Pen and the US presidential candidate Donald Trump in a provocative tweet.
The message, in which Selmayr says “it is worth fighting populism”, has already triggered a backlash among out campaigners in Britain.
The Vote Leave media spokesman Robert Oxley said of the intervention: “Unelected bureaucrat working for unelected bureaucrat speaks.” There was speculation that Selmayr’s action might have been coordinated as it landed immediately after criticism from Juncker.
The commission president accused Johnson of painting an unreal picture of the EU for the British public and said he should return to Brussels, where he previously worked as a journalist, to see whether his claims chimed with “reality”. ...
Johnson hit back with claims that Germany was the “paymaster” of an EU project designed to create a United States of Europe. ... “The whole exercise in Europe is now aimed at propping up the euro. That is the entire mission of the European union. They will try to create a fiscal union, a political union.” He said it all tended towards a mission for a “United States of Europe, into which Britain will be sucked”.
Johnson added: “I’m afraid we have not been able to get out from under the obligation for paying for this whole enterprise.”
http://www.theguardian.com/politics/201 ... eu-juncker

BJ worked in Brussels at the Telegraph's 'EU Correspondent' - he knows only too well how the EU actually works.

Re: Cheap lease needed (recomendations please)

Wd40:
Coincidently I just read this news on SBR, COE has plummeted so much that MAS has become worried:

http://sbr.com.sg/financial-services/in ... rices-sink

Re: Open a bank account without proof of residence

PNGMK:
Citibank Singapore's "Tap and Save" account is currently my favorite.

No, there's no restriction on U.S. citizens at banks in Singapore.

Then things have improved. a few years back we had to close some accounts my USC wife had.

Re: Open a bank account without proof of residence

Hatem:
I cannot close my bank account at home without being physically present in the branch - and honestly speaking I am not planning to come back to this country anytime soon, since it is 1000Km from the one I originally come from.
(Eastern Europe best-practices...)