3000$ condo (with swimming pool ) a direct bus from Suntec?

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3000$ condo (with swimming pool ) a direct bus from Suntec?

Post by fx8fx » Fri, 21 Sep 2007 2:53 pm

3000$ condo (with swimming pool ) a direct bus from Suntec?

Any recommendation?

The better within 6 bus stops . Thanks

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Post by thuvan_t » Mon, 22 Oct 2007 1:17 pm

There's a bus route that is very frequent from Suntec - the SBS Transit bus 36.
It goes from Orchard to the East coast via Suntec. So maybe the best suggestion will be somewhere in the East Coast? Near Marine Parade - as there is a bus stop there for the 36 bus.

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Re: 3000$ condo (with swimming pool ) a direct bus from Sunt

Post by ritz79 » Sun, 09 Dec 2007 12:47 am

fx8fx wrote:3000$ condo (with swimming pool ) a direct bus from Suntec?

Any recommendation?

The better within 6 bus stops . Thanks

How many rooms u looking at btw? East area has lots of condos

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Post by seasider » Sun, 09 Dec 2007 9:55 am

We've been looking too; as well as the #36 there is also the #70 bus which stops on the Nichol Highway outside Suntec. Go to www.sbstransit.com.sg search by bus service number and look at the map - it will give you a good idea of where to look.

We thought the Serangoon Central area might be ok, as it is also close to an MRT line.

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Post by hushpub » Mon, 10 Dec 2007 4:33 pm

Hi fx8fx,

How many rooms are you looking for?

Regarding your requirement of near Suntec and within 6 bus stop,
I would recommend the best is at Guillemard Road area.

Condos like The Waterina, The Sunny Spring is a good and popular condo. Directly opposite, it has a bus stop which has Bus 70, 16 (slower) and a shuttle bus that brings you directly to Suntec.

Location wise, it's good as there are a lot of good food around. many bus to city and to east coast too.

Regards,
Hushpub

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Post by fx8fx » Mon, 10 Dec 2007 5:10 pm

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hushpub wrote:Hi fx8fx,

How many rooms are you looking for?

Regarding your requirement of near Suntec and within 6 bus stop,
I would recommend the best is at Guillemard Road area.

Condos like The Waterina, The Sunny Spring is a good and popular condo. Directly opposite, it has a bus stop which has Bus 70, 16 (slower) and a shuttle bus that brings you directly to Suntec.

Location wise, it's good as there are a lot of good food around. many bus to city and to east coast too.

Regards,
Hushpub
I'm living here now , but the terrible issues are :
1. very noise during the daytime due to the frequent military flight ;
2. near the famous geylang , though it's not geylang 10 ~14 .

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Post by StefanZul » Wed, 12 Dec 2007 11:22 am

fx8fx wrote:b
hushpub wrote:Hi fx8fx,

How many rooms are you looking for?

Regarding your requirement of near Suntec and within 6 bus stop,
I would recommend the best is at Guillemard Road area.

Condos like The Waterina, The Sunny Spring is a good and popular condo. Directly opposite, it has a bus stop which has Bus 70, 16 (slower) and a shuttle bus that brings you directly to Suntec.

Location wise, it's good as there are a lot of good food around. many bus to city and to east coast too.

Regards,
Hushpub
I'm living here now , but the terrible issues are :
1. very noise during the daytime due to the frequent military flight ;
2. near the famous geylang , though it's not geylang 10 ~14 .

went house viewing yesterday with a friend and she works at Suntec too... most of the condos with one - two rooms costs her around 4 - 5.5k(5.5 for Caribbean with excellent view!)

in the end she went for the ICON at tanjong pagar... juz 1 mrt stop away from Cityhall... :D

wonderful place too.... so if u can afford abit more u can try ICON... its around 4k for partial furnished... and 4.5k for a fully furnished loft with skyview and right in front of the swimming pool-cum-jacuzzi!

guess which one we took? :wink:

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Post by seasider » Wed, 12 Dec 2007 11:28 am

Is Geylang famous because I live there? :D

Seriously, I don't find the ahem local trade a problem. It livens up the place. Anything above Lorong 22 is relatively calm (altho 24 has its moments). The other side of Geylang Road is quieter too.

The planes - yes they can be frighteningly low and shake my house but this is Singapore - you are going to have noise of some sort almost anywhere. We lived on Holland Road for 2 years and the traffic buzz was horrendous.

If I wanted to move back into a condo I would check out The Waterina.

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Bayshore ?

Post by dbenne22 » Fri, 21 Dec 2007 12:55 pm

Have you thought about Bayshore Park / The Bayshore / Costa Del Sol ? There is a 341 business bus that goes door to door and drops at Suntec. I have been doing this for a year and the trip ttpically takes 25 mins. Should be able to get a 2 br for $3k.

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