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Jewel at Changi Airport

Jewel at Changi Airport

Changi Airport is getting a fresh new look with its Jewel. Canopy Park, Canopy Bridge, Rain Vortex, Topiary Walk and Petal Garden are among the attractions and gardens at the Jewel Changi Airport. Changi Airport is getting swankier! Reporting from Asia One      

URA unveils 3 residential sites for sale under GLS

URA unveils 3 residential sites for sale under GLS

Three residential sites were launched for sale on Tuesday (May 30) by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), which could potentially yield 1,955 residential units. The Woodleigh Lane site could potentially offer 735 housing units, and the Serangoon North site could yield 505 units. The Yishun Avenue 9 site could offer 715 units, the agency said.
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Is it worth to pay a premium for properties near the MRT Stations?

Is it worth to pay a premium for properties near the MRT Stations?

Properties near MRT Stations are generally more crowded. MRT network size is set to double by 2030. By then most of the properties are within a kilometer from the MRT station. So, is it worth to pay a premium for properties near the MRT stations? Do apartments in more crowded projects sell at a lower price?Read more about Is it worth to pay a premium for properties near the MRT Stations?[…]

China calling the shots

China calling the shots

China is building its way to displace the US when it comes to global leadership. The latest major step is the “Belt and Road” initiative, which officially kicked off this week, aimed at building infrastructure to connect China to a range of Asian countries. It’s based on the old Silk Road, overland from China to Europe, and on ancient maritime trade routes that run to Africa and Europe. Read more about China calling the shots

Singapore has retained the top spot as the maritime capital of the world

Singapore has retained the top spot as the maritime capital of the world

SINGAPORE has retained the top spot as the maritime capital of the world for the third consecutive time.

The report also made predictions about the world’s leading maritime capitals five years ahead, with most experts believing that Singapore will remain the most important city, with many noting its strong capabilities to handle digital transformation in the industry. Read more about Singapore has retained the top spot as the maritime capital of the world