I been in Pasir Ris for 8 years its good for me .... alas now there are more n more ang moh/foreigners moving in as the cost of living forces folk out of the city centre.earthfriendly wrote:I came across this. An expat living in Tanjong Pagar HDB estate. Wonder how different (the feel) it is between each HDB estate / neighborhood.
http://www.expatliving.sg/Living_In_Sin ... r-6742.ece
I must say I've always been entirely ambivalent about 'being close to other expat's. It's never been a consideration for me. I've lived in condos and private walk up apartments and have been living in my own HDB flat for the last 10 years. And I have to say that on the balance, I prefer HDB living. I found that I rarely if ever used the facilities of the condos I lived in. In fact, my parents got more use out of these facilities when they visited me than I ever did.earthfriendly wrote:Pasir Ris has that laid-back feel to it. Many of these HDB estates are self-sufficient township unto itself well-equipped with facilities. Unless one is looking for that certain vibe of the city center, or else these heartland estates pretty much take care of one's daily needs. I am talking about infrastructure wise. For an expat, being close to other expats may be a consideration.
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