If you're living in a condo, you already have a pool to swim in. Of course the question would be if that condo has Olympic pool (or any decent sized lap pool for that matter).SINexpat wrote:lynx, thanks for those options will check them out.
Are there any pools in the area with decent hours? I notice very few pools have early AM openings.
Yes it does! It's a bit cobbly, but, I have a friend who commutes by it daily and I have too ridden it in the last couple of weeks - until about 4 weeks ago it was jungle, but, with the construction works they are doing down there (assumed something to do with MRT/new roads around there) they have actually cleared it up. It'll manage a mountain bike commute, but, not a road bike and not one for kids to cycle on really unless they are fairly stable.zzm9980 wrote:Yeah, and the other thing about Tanjong Rhu is that the walking/biking path that goes east/north east towards the stadium is quite small and often very congested. The one that follows the coat by Gardens East isn't much better. As of right now, that area doesn't actually connect to the East Coast Park path at all. It's supposed to eventually, but that is likely awhile away.
1. depends on your condo. i don't care, either way.SINexpat wrote:...Couple more questions:
1. It is ok to bring a bike on the elevator in a condo? I want to have my bike in the condo rather than locked in a parking area.
2. Is is preferred to be on a lower floor vs higher floor when picking a condo. View vs not having to ride all the way up/down vs ??
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