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Sebastian Vijay Thambiayah created a Real Estate listing Laguna Park - Common ROOM in Walk-Up Apmt for Rent
Laguna Park - Common ROOM in Walk-Up Apmt for Rent

A common room is available in a 3-room apartment ready in Sep 09 for rent. Fully Furnished. Enjoy the closeness to the beach and the condo facilities. All rooms and living area with aircon. Amenities available within the estate. Estate grounds are sprawling and landscaped. Spacious living for you whether indoors or outdoors. Get ready to move in.

Sebastian Vijay Thambiayah created a Real Estate listing 4A-Apartment At Pasir Ris For Sale
4A-Apartment At Pasir Ris For Sale

Pasir Ris Drive 10, Blk 738, Low floor. Great amenities practically next door - NTUC, shops, food courts, kindergarten, clinics and more. Close to schools. A great location with so many possibilities. Valuation S$308. Asking reasonable COV. Best offer secures.

Sebastian Vijay Thambiayah created a Real Estate listing 3-Rm Taman Ho Swee with Beautiful Modern Renovation
3-Rm Taman Ho Swee with Beautiful Modern Renovation

A well-designed 3-room HDB apartment for sale. Well maintained. Move-in condition. Has one bathroom. At Lift level. Valuation at $255K. Price negotiable.

Sebastian Vijay Thambiayah created a Real Estate listing Bishan Multi-Gen Apmt FOR SALE
Bishan Multi-Gen Apmt FOR SALE

5 bedrooms, 3 baths/toilets, big balcony, Nice Unhindered View, Windy. Halls & Rooms have broken marble flooring.

Currently Indians only eligible. Seller ehas applied thru appeal to Minister to allow eligibility to ALL.

Centrally located in Singapore, part of Bishan's attraction lies in its easy accessibility to and from other parts of Singapore. With the Central Expressway to the east, and Bishan MRT station/ Bus Interchange located in the town centre, Bishan is just 10 minutes away from the City. Getting around within the town itself is quick and convenient. Bishan offers a complete living environment that caters to the varied interests and needs of its residents.

Neighbourhood centres offer ample choices for everyday shopping convenience. These include the old shophouses lining Upper Thomson Road. Residents also can catch a movie or enjoy downtown shopping at Bishan Junction 8, a modern shopping-cum-entertainment complex located in the town centre. Apart from shopping and fine dining, residents can enjoy a healthy and relaxing time at the nearby 52-hectare Bishan Park.

In addition to this sprawling park with its ponds, jogging/cycling tracks, and children's play facilities, another favourite avenue for outdoor activities is the uniquely-designed Bishan Swimming Complex. Some of the better-known secondary schools are Raffles Institution and Catholic High School. Others include Bishan Park Secondary School, Guangyang Secondary School, Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary School, Peirce Secondary School and Whitley Secondary School. Primary schools include Ai Tong Primary School, Guangyang Primary School and Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary School. Bishan also has educational institutions offering technical and vocational training.

Sebastian Vijay Thambiayah created a Real Estate listing THE LUMIERE - The Peak of Investments
THE LUMIERE - The Peak of Investments

Lumiere is located right in between two of Singapore future tourist and entertainment centres - Marina Bay Sands and Integrated resort at Sentosa, expected to come on stream by 2010 and 2011 respectively. Both are also within minutes from all the important financial institutions and professional centres in the CBD. Designer and upscale shopping centres and hot entertainment hubs are practically next door. Plus they have easy access to the MRT (Tanjong Pagar Station) and bus transportation system.

Sebastian Vijay Thambiayah created a Real Estate listing D21 - SOUTHAVEN II - Truly a Resort Haven
D21 - SOUTHAVEN II - Truly a Resort Haven

Southaven II

Has all the makings for a home where it could offer people a chance to start living in harmony.

Spacious, comfortable and well thought out, all apartments are proof that one can find space, which enhances one's day to day experience. Fine tiles line the walls of kitchens and bathrooms. Bedrooms decked out with acclimatised teak add pleasing warmth.

As one wanders through quiet paths accompanied by the sound of flowing water, layer upon layer of graceful tall trees and lush colourful shrubs reveal another world in miniature. Geomancers say garden represents the larger world in miniature. At Southaven II, all's well with the world.

SOUTHAVEN II is located along Hindhede Walk which is which is off Upper Bukit Timah Road. It is said that man functions best when his surrounding enhance is well-being. To the North, Bukit Timah Hill, probably the world's oldest rainforest reserve, one can only image how much better life would be next to such an ideal natural site.

Southaven II is easily accessible by the PIE. Social and commercial amenities can be found at the nearby Beauty World Plaza or Bukit Timah Plaza. As an added advantage, nearby educational institution like Canadian International School and Ngee Ann Polytechnic are just a few of the options.

The Facilities That Keep You in Tune.

Much as been done at Southaven II to maintain the harmony of one's surroundings. Helping man be at one with his soul is the final part of the equation. Sports facilities have been carefully planned, ensuring that there is room for everyone. Among other amenities, residents have at their disposal tennis courts, gymnasiums, swimming pools, multi-purpose halls, games room, reading room, steam room and saunas.

Sebastian Vijay Thambiayah joined the group Propnex Realty
Propnex Realty

Propnex Realty

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Singapore PM warns of lengthy global slump

Singapore PM warns of lengthy global slump         CHA-AM, Thailand - Singapore's leader Prime has warned the global economic slump may last several more years if the U.S. doesn't fix its creaking banking system, a newspaper reported Saturday.Prime Minister Lee Hsien also called on President Barack Obama to resist pressure from the American public for protectionist policies such as trade barriers to protect homegrown industries during the downturn. Lee, in Thailand for the 14th annual summit of Southeast Asian leaders, told the Bangkok Post in a pre-summit interview that the U.S. _ the world's largest economy _ will be in recession for at least the rest of the year and could continue to stumble after that. "So you could easily be in for several years of quite slow growth worldwide. And I think it's best that we prepare for that, and prepare our people," said Lee, son of Lee Kuan Yew, the city-state's leader from 1959 to 1990. Leaders and top officials from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations _ a region of more than 500 million people _ are gathered in the Thai resort town of Cha-Am, 120 miles (200 kilometers) south of the capital Bangkok, for the grouping's 14th summit. The meeting, usually dominated by human rights issues, is overshadowed this year by the global economic meltdown, which has already dragged the export-dependent region's most advanced economy _ Singapore _ into recession. Thailand's economy shrank in the fourth quarter and others like Malaysia and Indonesia are facing rapidly slowing growth as exports crumble. Singapore warns that its economy will contract as much as 5 percent this year. The region _ which groups one of Asia's richest nations with some of its poorest _ is at the mercy of global economic winds, particularly from the U.S., a major export market for Southeast Asian countries. U.S. banks are loaded with hundreds of billions of dollars of toxic assets after the overheated American housing market imploded last year, sending shock waves through the global financial system. Lee said fixing ailing banks in the U.S. and some major European nations will require politically difficult and costly decisions such as nationalization, massive injections of capital, or governments buying the banks' bad assets. All involve nationalizing the banks "one way or another," he said. "I think the choices are not easy but they have to be made. If you do not make a choice then the outcome will be like what happened in Japan in the 1990s and it went on for more than a decade because the problem just lingered," said Lee. On protectionism, Lee said the openness of the U.S. economy had for years driven the increase in global trade and rising prosperity, all of which was at stake if the U.S. turned inward. "If America turns inward, it is going to do the world a lot of harm and do themselves a lot of harm," he said. YAHOO.EU.Messenger = new Messenger(); var sStoryHeadline="Singapore PM warns of lengthy global slump"+'%0A'; var sStoryLink=""+'%0A'; var sDefaultMsg = 'Check out this story on Yahoo! News:';   

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