“One night in Batam” Rooms IN 30 June 2018

This list is maintained by Christine Teo. All requests for single supplements can be made in the main “One night in Batam” Post. No comments accepted on this Post.

Rooming twin Sharing/Single supplement/Triple sharing list:

1. Terence Seah/Howard Yong
2. Christine Teo/Christina Pan
3. Stella and friend
4. Francis Mangalan/Simon Ng
5.
6. Janis Han/Margaret Soo
7. Bobby Bok/Chng Ghim Seng Sunny
8. Johnny Tan/Annie Ho
9. Marie/Andrew
10. Sue Chan – single supplement
11. Wong Heng Jong – single supplement
12. Mega A/Jimmy Tsin
13. Lydia/George Chew
14. Lynda Lee/Bill Kwan/Low Wai Choo – triple
15. Peh Siew Choo/Jolly Chua/Evelyn Tang – triple
16. Angeline Ong/Jennifer Soh/Judy Chia – triple
17. Loh Ah Lung/Tang Siew Yong
18.
19. Loke Siew Meng/Koh Swee Fong
20. David Sim/Florence Kuan
21. Alvin Tan/He Min
22. Sin Fook Heng/Chen Kim Chow
23. Eddie Goh Lian Hua/Chris Lee Lan Yin
24. Sam Goh/Thomas Loh
25.
26. Peri Liew/Lily Lim/Lilian Teo
27. Ann Lim/Bessie Lam/Doreen Ho
28. Dolly Wong/friend
29. Susan Tan/Irene Poh
30. Ong Ah Ang/Toin Cheng Hiang
31. Josephine Koh Chui Fung/Poh Soh Hiong
32.

Christine Teo

“One night in Batam” 2D 1N Sat 30 Jun – 1 Jul 2018


SilverHairsClub and members have organised a series of “One night Dinner and Dancing” with themes set in Taipei, Shanghai and JB. These activities help support a platform for members to get to know more and new friends.

This year, we had planned to hold our Dinner and Dance with the theme “One night in Batam”. We are able to create this event when Christine Teo, a keen dancer, volunteered to co-EO the dancing night, together with two days of sightseeing, lunches, shopping and a dinner at the M1 Hotel.

We will theme our event with Batam Indonesian culture and tradition. Members are encouraged to attire Indonesian style. Your room is just a lift away.

There are plans for music for dancing from disk/USB. We have a VJ in place, not karaoke or live singing.

A team of members BobbyB, ChristineP, DaisyY, YeoES, StellaS joined a recce event on Sun 10 Jun. We review the 10th floor of M1 hotel, surrounded by glass top to bottom, with a breezy view of the nearby area. This venue is bare, and will be redeveloped into a roof top restaurant in July. Christine has arranged for some seating out the glass walls so that a few of us can enjoy some moments of quiet, during dancing and dinner time.

The rooms are new and well set with clean bright bathrooms. The recce group love the M1 hotel.

Venue: M1 Hotel.
Dinner and dance venue: M1 hotel 10 floor

Period: Sat/Sun 30 Jun – 1 Jul 2018
ETD Singapore Harbourfront ferry: 0920 hr. ETA Sekupang.

ETD Batam Centre: 1710 hr.

Package for twin-share:
SGD 138 per pax (SHC members)
SGD 140 per pax (SHC members family and friends). All participants must be 45 or over). Participants need to find their own room mates.

Seating during the dinner will be done in groups of 6. Members may book and register in groups of 6.

Package include ferry tickets, lunches, transfers, sightseeing, room and dinner and dance. Details will be announced as ongoing comments.

Participation limited to 40 pax.
Registration starts now.
Final payment date: 23 Jun 2018.

Payment to POSB Savings  542-10756-1, Treasurer ChristinA Chan.

Committee: Christine Teo (co_EO), Terence Seah (EO), Christina Pan (Desk registration and showing you to your table), Christina ChanCL (Treasurer), Susan Tan (Registration list), Yoon Chin (Creative support), Mega Abudullah (Master of ceronmony 7pm to 7.30pm).

We are moving with progress planning fast as we have 20 days left to the event. If you like to volunteer to help, talk with Christine Teo. You can also contact me at +65 9489-4360.

Start getting your group together now.

Terence Seah

Registration list:

  1. Terence SEAH (EO) (pd)
  2. Christine TEO (Co-EO) (pd)
  3. Howard YONG
  4. Stella SHENG
  5. Francis MANGALAM
  6. Susan SIA  (pd)
  7. Susan LEE &
  8. Betty ANG
  9. Christina PAN (pd)
  10. Bobby BOK
  11. Johnny TAN  & (pd)
  12. Annie HO (pd)
  13. Sue CHAN
  14. HJ WONG
  15. Mega ABDULLAH (pd)
  16. Jimmy TSIN  (pd)
  17. Lydia CHIN
  18. George CHEW
  19. Lynda LEE (pd)
  20. Bill Yew Kwong KWAN (pd)
  21. Wai Choo LOW  (pd)
  22. Siew Choo PEH (pd)
  23. Jolly Kim Teow CHUA (pd)
  24. Evelyn Siew Leng TANG (pd)
  25. Angelina ONG (pd) &
  26. Jennifer SOH (pd)
  27. Ah Lung LOH (pd)
  28. Mdm Siew Yong TANG (pd)
  29. Janet THAM &
  30. Peter LEE  &
  31. Siew Meng LOKE
  32. Swee Fong KOK
  33. Marie &
  34. Andrew
  35. Simon NG
  36. Dolly WONG  (pd)
  37. Gina KO  (pd)
  38. Sam GOH  (pd)
  39. Thomas LOH  (pd)
  40. Lilian TEO (pd)
  41. Peri LIEW  (pd)
  42. Lily LIM  (pd)
  43. Doreen HO  (pd)
  44. Dorine TAN  (tentative)
  45. David Ah Kheok SIM (pd)
  46. Florence Mee Kian KUAN (pd)
  47. Alvin TAN (pd)
  48. Fook Heng SIN (pd) &
  49. Kim Chow CHEN (pd)
  50. Eddie  (pd) &
  51. Partner (pd)
  52. Josephine Chui Fung KOH
  53. Janis HAN (pd) &
  54. Margaret SOO
  55. Ah Ang ONG
  56. Soh Hiong POH
  57. Cheng Hiang TION
  58. Susan CH TAN (pd) &
  59. Irene POH (pd)
  60. Ann LIM (pd)
  61. Bessie LAM (pd)
  62. Lina TAN (tentative)
  63. Judy CHIA (non-member) (pd)
  64. He Min (non-member) &
  65. Ghim Seng CHNG (non member)
  66. TK POW &
  67. Helen WONG

 

 

 

Birthday dinner for SHC June members

Next Thur 14 Jun 2018, we are having a birthday dinner celebration for members borned in the month of June.

This will be a Zhe Zhar evening dinner in Chinatown area. The June babies have already organised themselves for this celebration, and we hope to have the same celebration every year. We had done this occasion once before.

June babies who are interested to meet other June babies can contact Sue Chan directly, so that a seat can be allocated.

Strictly for June babes only.

** Those borned on other months are encouraged to team together to have their birthday celebration. This is a great way to meet fellow members to celebrate our birthdays.

Terence Seah

HDB 99 year lease – a current topic

About 80% of Singaporeans live in HDB flats on 99 year lease. Many of us fall within this category, and we can read in the media that many Singaporeans and PRs are concerned about the remaining lease years.

Concerns include passing over to the next generation, ability to buy a used HDB flat when the balance lease is 40 – 60 years. Understanding the HDB flat is an asset and what 99 years lease means to retirees downsizing.

Let’s say our HDB flat has 40 years left, what can we do with these 40 years?

Let’s discuss, so that most of us can have a better understanding of this topic and it’s implication.

Terence Seah

New SHC whatsapp group “Careshield”

The Ministry of Health has announced a new long term care insurance to be launched in 2020.

SilverHairsClub has a discussion group starting 26 Feb 2018 for members on CPF life, Medishield and Eldershield. The group discussion is now closed.

The new Whatsapp Careshield discussion starts 15 June 2018. This topic will end 15 Aug 2018. To participate, please register with whatsapp +65 9489 4360 with the msg “Careshield”. Registration closes 12 June 2018.

1. Strictly for SilverHairsClub members only. Participants are required to introduce your name and interest.
2. No URL, video clips, pictures.
3. No copy and paste.
4. Screenshots allowed.
5. No unrelated topic, except eldershield, medishield. A star * will be given for unrelated topic. A second star * means automatic exit.

SHC Monthly gathering on Jun 2018

Place : One Raffles Place @Food Junction at 5 Level
Time : 1300 to 1500 hr
Date : 9th Jun 2018
MRT : Raffles Mrt or Clark Quay Mrt

link : www.onerafflesplace.com.sg/

* Terence will be there !

There will be few events for group discussion on the following topic :

1. Makan Group
2. SHC logo patches registration
3. HDB flats on 99 year lease
4. Whatsapp Careshield discussion
5. Tour Group

Hope to see members to register.

Pls pardon me for my slow in process due to my commitment in full time courses until July and also my first time EO. Kindly be kind and give chance to forgive my short fall.

1. Howard
2. Stella
3. Peter Ong
4. Peter Ong wife
5. Angie Ng
6. charles wee
7. Adeline TAN
8. Daisy Phua
9. Tony Ang
10.Thomas Goh
11.Gabriella Chua
12.Hew Lee
13.Bernie
14.Steven Chan
15.Terence
16.Cheng Whye Kee
17.Ronald Tay
18.Winnie Ng
19.Caroline Gee
20.Dolly Lim
21.Sha Mo
22.Alan Ang
23.Suzie Lim
24.Christine Teo
25.Roland Wee
26.K H Leong

27. Bobby Bok

28.Bee Gek

29.Christina Pan

30.Thomas Loh

31.Gingko Tay

32.Victor Chee

33.Susan Sia

34.Shawn soh

35.Bernice Chung

36.ChristinA Chan

37.Yoon Chin

38.Patricia Sin

Premier Island Resort walkabout

This is an EC event.. bring your friends preferably 45years & above.

Date: Saturday, 09 June 2018

Time: 4.15pm sharp       (change to 4.30pm sharp)

Meeting place : VivoCity Lobby F, ground level (walk past Giant; next to J-Pot #01-53)

Duration: approx 3hrs

ECs: Azhari Cuttlian & ChristinA Chan

Let’s escape from the daily humdrum routine; instead, take a leisurely stroll along
partially sheltered walkway into a distinctly different and prestigious zone.

Indulge your eyes with an unbelievable beautiful pano view of the oceanfront that
spells “luxury” all around.

Walk Team: Charles Wee, Veronica Wong, Mary Tan, Azhari Cuttilan,
Linda Chua and I, ChristinA Chan…. signing off!

Register soonest!

1. AzhariC
2. ChristinA
3. StellaS
4. CharlesW
5. TonyA
6. HewLee
7. ThomasG
8. DorisT
9. GrahamS
10. JimmyT
11. DaisyP
12. PhyllisT
13. LilianG
14. WinnieT
15. JanisH
16. MargaretS
17. MonicaT
18. YoonChin
19. GingkoT
20. JennyL
21. SusanSia
22. BobbyB
23. StellaLee
24.

SHC trip to North Thailand, 3rd week Nov 2018

This year, Loi Krothong is celebrated on the 23th Nov 2018 which is the full moon of the 12th Thai month.

The travel period will be 8D 7N, with Loi Khrothong included. This date is very romantic, and the plan is to celebrate the occasion in Chiangrai. Participants will get to loi a floating Krothong along the river and watching it float away. There will be fire crackers, fireworks, floating upwards lighted lanterns and a Loi Khrothing dinner. I hope members will be able to dress traditional thai costumes during the evening.

Our trip will start from Chiangmai city 1N, up to Chiangrai 2N and the Golden Triangle 2N and Chiangmai city 2N. We are planning to go to Doi Angkhang and Doi Mae Salong. An overnight in a tent is also in plan.

The rainy season is over, and weather is cool. Beautiful sceneries, mists and clear skies. This period is the most romantic time of the year in Thailand.

Guys and gals are encouraged to come join this trip which also aims to help you evaluate living in Chiangmai, Chiangrai and Northern Thailand.

All participants will buy their own return airtickets. Dates will be decided based on airticket prices. Meeting and departure point Chiangmai airport.

I hope this trip will bring members closer together and getting to know new and more friends. Strictly for SHC members only.

If you are interested to join this trip, please indicate your interest here. There will be an early bird pricing, which will be announced in June. Good to find your room mate asap.

Terence Seah

Registration:

  1. Terence Seah (EO)
  2. Stella Sheng
  3. Susan Sia
  4. Charles Wee &
  5. Mr Teo
  6. Gingko Tay

Monthly Cycling: May 2018

Hi cyclists

Our cycling for May 2018.

Date : 19 May.
Time : 1700 hrs
Meeting Point: Seah Im Hawker centre
MRT Stn : Harbour Front, exit A.

We will be visiting Labrador Park.
Please register here.

Joining
1. Doug
2. Stella Sheng
3. Caroline
4. Dolly
5. Susan Tan
6. Henry Ong
7. Andrew K
8. Yatsing
9. James Tan
10. Anna Lee
11. John How

## Ride is cancelled due rain ##

Morning Canopy walk

Date: 12th May 2018, Saturday.

Time: 9:00 am SHARP
Duration: approx 2.5hours.

Meeting Place: Marymount MRT, Exit A.

ECs: Linda Chua and ChristinA Chan.

This is an EC activity. Bring your adult friends who are over 45!

Join us for an enjoyable morning hike when the humidity is less intense!

Terrain is easy to moderate.
Towering trees and rather thick foliage along the trail provides shade,

Expect occasional gradual uphill slopes and downhilling that might give your calf
muscle a good stretch at the end of the walk.

Recommended:
Drinking water to keep hydrated; covered walking shoes, umbrella (raincoat
might be warm in the forested areas) and insect repellent.

Walk Team: Charles Wee, Veronica Wong, Mary Tan, Azhari Cuttilan,
Linda Chua and I, ChristinA Chan…. signing off

Interested to venture into the forest? Register soonest!

Interested to venture into the forest? Register soonest!

1. Linda Chua
2. ChristinA
3. Jenny L
4. Lydia P (withdrawn)
5. Tony A
6. Winnie T
7. Peter Goh
8. Stella S
9. Doris T
10. Graham S
11. Grace Kang
12. Bernie C
13. Margaret S
14. Phyllis T
15. Lilian K
16. Lydia S
17. Peggy Y
18. Arthur Y
19. Irene C
20. Yoon Chin
21. Azhari C
22. Ron T

SHC May monthly gathering, date not confirmed

We can have the May monthly gathering if a member raises his/her hand to be the EO. I won’t be available in May and June 2018.

If you have not been an Event Organiser for the monthly gathering, plse give it a good, as all members are expected to organise at least one event for the club.

One option is SilverHairsClub invites outside organisers to handle the monthly gathering. I would assume there will be an organising fee, if we are unable to organise the event ourselves. I hope members would make effort to be an EO, as the Club has expenses, and this is one way to keep the club going. We would therefore no need to hire external organisers.

Look forward to your suport.

Terence Seah

SilverHairsClub goes on its 3rd retirement evaluation trip to Chiangmai, in July 2018

The 3rd evaluation trip will be based in Chiangmai city. This trip will focus on moving around CM city, plus an overnight trip to a town, 1 hr from the city.

This trip caters to city dwellers, as is preferred by Singaporeans. CM city has almost all the facilities and entertainmentof a modern city. Participants get to experience local thai transport. For those adverturous, you can team up in groups of 4 to rent a car to drive around, or a scooter in groups of two to venture into the old city.

For common areas where we go togather, we will use public transport. Basically the Song Thaew which is a pick-up with two rows facing one another. Each ride costing 15-20 baht within the city.

Participants will get to book and stay in a hotel. You can choose your own hotel. Ideally in groups of two or four. Participants will have to book their own airtickets.

The first group to form will get to choose the dates, about 7 nights. Scoot and Silkair flies to CM regularly. Plse check for special promotions.

Those who are interested to join this trip, plse whatsapp +65 9489 4360 to join the group discussion.

Terence Seah

A day in Batam, followed by a dinner & dance, and returning the next day, Jun 2018

SilverHairsClub is planning to have a day trip to Batam, followed by an event D&D at a Batam venue, and returning to Singapore the next day.

The event is likely to be on a Sat/Sun, in June 2018. A few members are assisting with the thinking and planning process. If you like to join the committee, plse whatsapp me +65 9489 4360.

We will leave Sat morning from Harbourfront. Have lunch somewhere, enjoy Batam and returning to the overnight venue. Our D&D starts at 6pm, knocking off to bed late into the night, have our breakfast at the hotel, before catching our ferry back to Singapore.

Options are open for now. We can opt for an organised tour which include the hotel stay or our own free and easy.

If you have a firmed suggestion, do let me know. Preference given to suggestions if you have taken the tour and stayed in the hotel. We shall close suggestions on 9 May 2018. Event will be held in June, and confirmed once we have decided options available. Let’s have a non-tradition idea.

Have fun.

Terence Seah

Online Register for New Members

Silverhairsclub’s system has installed a feature for easier, friendlier and faster online membership registration with effect from today.

Individual can now first register online their interest to join SilverhairsClub.

Yeeeaah ! Here we go:-

Step 1.

Click “Register” located at the Dashboard legend on this webpage. Instructions are available to guide. The system will generate an acknowledgement and deliver by email.

Step 2.
Goto to “Membership” page on this website, and email the list of Required Members Information to admin@silverhairsclub.com within 7 days from date of online registration.

The club sends acceptance of membership by email.

 

Do take note all correspondence with SilverHairsClub is by email only. Kindly make sure the email address is 100% correct when registering.

 

SilverHairsClub welcomes new members. There is no membership fees. All programs/events are organised by our very own members. Members can join our robust evenful FB group.

If somehow, you missed reading more about SilverHairsClub, do goto FAQ page on this website to know more about SilverHairsClub.

 

Reset Password – Announcement

 

     Dear members,

The Club likes to introduce the new upgraded and simplified passwords reset process.

With immediate effect

Members can now reset passwords on this webpage themselves. 

Goto “Password” page for full details.

Do have your UserID or email address ready.

Existing members who still cannot remember the all threes, password, UserID and email address. Kindly revert to the old method. Send your request to clubadmin@silverhairsclub.com

The club treasures your membership, we will still issue you a password as long as you are registered with SilverHairsClub.

                                                                                           Thank you …..

What’s life like in Australia for Singaporean retirees?

Perth is 5 flying hours from Singapore. Time wise, we are in the same time zone, +8 hrs GMT. And One SGD is about one AUD.

Scoot, SIA, Jetstar and Quantas fly regularly to Perth. Perth city is small in size, compared to Singapore.

Like most tourists, Singaporeans can get a 1 year tourist visa, multiple entry and 3-mths at one stay. I hear that we can even get a 3 or 6 year extended visa. Got to check.

Many Singaporeans settle down in Perth, not necessary in the city but in many suburbs south of Perth. Connected by fast timely trains and highways, one gets to travel into the city within 30 mins. Unlikely muti storey shopping centres, Aussie malls are generally ground or low level. Due to space availability, car parks are huge, and very often, one gets to park for free. How much do we have to pay for a car? SGD 4000 for a 2nd hand car or SGD 99,000 for a new car.

How are living prices in Perth? What’s it like to live in a house? Or should one settle for an apartment instead, just like many of us are used to? How much does it cost to buy a house or an apartment? SGD 450K or SGD 1.5 m for a 1,500 sq m space.

Food. How is eating out, or cooked in? What are prices like? Is it easy to get Asian food? What about service charges? How much does pork or chicken cost? What about vegetables, milk, fish, apples and mangoes? Will I feel at home? Afterall, we have live in Singapore for more than 50 years, with Cold Storage, NTU Fairprice, Seng Siong and our local grocery shop.

Friends. Easy to find friends and make friends? Where are they? One can tell how many Singaporeans live in Perth by chatting with the passengers on Scoot or Singapore airlines. We can also tell when there is a Singapore National Day gathering.

Health and Medical. As a citizen or PR, how are medical facilities and health costs? Oops, we are retiring tourist. How long does one have to wait to see a doctor? What is it like to see a doctor, a dentist or a pharmacist? Where are the hospitals? Private and Govt.

Seasons. How are the summers and the winters? How extreme can the weather get? Can we as retirees take the weather? Oh, my bones ache and my joints may go stiff. Or is it always hot, steamy and rainy? Does it snow?

Life must be more interesting. What about entertainment? What time do shops open and close? Do shops open on Sat and Sun? Heard that fishing, crabbing and picking abalones are fun activities. Are there bars, dancing places and restaurants that close at midnight? Or do they close at 6pm only? Anyway to get a massage for SGD 30 per hour? Cinemas, karaoke rooms and bowling alleys, are they easily available? What about open markets and Sunday Fleamarts? Hmm, got Korean or Taiwanese movies, or Singapore Ch 5, 8 or CNA, or not?

Space and fresh air. Australia is big. Australia is not Perth. There is Sydney, Melbourne, Tasmania, Adelaide, and many more cities. What’s there to do? Farm stays, passion fruit picking, grapes and vineyards, kangaroos, whales, dolphins and sharks. Can we truly see a million stars at night or is there haze at times? Can we engaged in sports?

Many Singaporean retirees travel to Perth each year. This include a number of SilverHairsClub members who live in Perth. What is it like to live in Perth? Or in any other city. Share your thoughts and comments.

Or from your mobile, whatsapp and join the group.

 

Terence Seah

Monthly walk: WPL Ramble

Date: Saturday, 14th April 2018

Start Time: 4.30pm SHARP

Duration of walk: approx 2.5 to 3hrs max

Meeting Place: Blk 7 Empress Road Market/Hawker Centre, off Farrer Road
(not Farrer Park).

Get to Meeting Place:
1) Nearest MRT-CircleLine CC20 Farrer Road MRT, Exit B, walk “against
traffic flow” along Farrer Rd to Blk 7, approx 6/7mins walk
OR
2) by Bus – available along both sides of Farrer Road: 48, 93, 153, 165, 174,
186, 855 and 961.

EC: ChristinA Chan.

The water PipeLine Rambles are a series of 4 treks introduced in 2008.
WPLR 2 and WPLR 3 are my favorite treks.
1st WPLR 2 was on 2nd August 2008 & then on 09March 2013, 5 years ago.

IF you have not been on this WPLR, you will not wanna miss it!
IF you have done this before, I reckon you are not able to recall and will
not want to miss it either!

This interesting trek with lush greenery all the way is not “our norm walk in the park”.
The terrain is undulating, as we trek up & down slopes, the route is mostly off the
beaten track.

The trail is exploratory and you can add some excitement if you so wish,
** get onto & walk on a large pipe OR
** slide down another OR
** test of strength…. challenge your Hand Power, heave oneself up a 4-feet
wall (if the wall is still there).

Let me assure you that the challenges are not as daunting as it seems ….

The walk shall end likely somewhere at Sixth Avenue where a variety of cuisine awaits!

Covered walking shoes that would not skid is highly recommended, but not new shoes as some parts might be sloshy.

IF you do not wish your legs to itch, come in long pants, longer socks & insects repellent; walk light with only the necessities.

Our Walk Team ECs: Charles Wee, Veronica Wong, Mary Tan, Azhari Cuttilan, Linda Chua and I, ChristinA Chan,,,,, signing off!

Do bear with me should we wander off course as I have no time to recce the entire trail,
COME! LET’S RAMBLE TOGETHER!           😀

1. ChristinA
2. Stella Sheng
3. Steven Chan
4. Andrew Koh
5. Yoon Chin
6. Jenny Lim
7. Doris Tan &
8. Graham Smith
9. Ronald Lam
10. Christina Pan
11. Janis Han
12. Phyllis Tan
13. Lillian Teo
14. Arthur &
15. Peggy Yap
16. Lydia Soh
17.
18.
19.
20.

 

 

 

A day in 3 Shopping mall , makan & massage in JB


HOHOHOHO hahahahha ,Hi members

i am planning a day outing in JB .Have replace my MPV to 7 passengers seat.

date of EC event is on 12 april 2018 . ( thusrsday )

time 0830hrs . meet at karnjil MRT Station control room .

we will use d public bas either SBS 170 or d yellow bas causeway cw 1 which ever come first ! once we all cross over JB , i will pick my car about 15 minutes walk , while u all hang around city square shopping mall crowded with sporean !! hahahaha

Cost RM 500 for more than 12 hours  driving around in JB . IT FIXED per car regardless of 1  or 7 passengers. we will whack d latest shopping mall in tampoi & if majority love bak kut teh , will eat llor !! much better than in  town & much cheaper too !! best is they sell fresh  steam fish , not many outlet have it !!

BY 1700hrs ,if again majority like 2 experince BBQ coconut we will hit . it will be 40 minutes drive if not then we whack d orang asli seafood center not in kg jawa whch have 3 seasfood resturant swarmed by many sporean & tour bas . worst is not cheap compare to experince  in perling ya !! also to those who love to buy ubat medicine in pharmacy , much cheaper compare to city ya .

we can have massage for those who love it  ! hair , manqiue or whatever during d day time !! watch out for d next trip in Desaru ya ! have fire crackers ,if anyone is game for it FREE YA,,,

cheers & be good ya !!

Bro Sam What APP ME @ +600170666056 OR DROP A LINE in here ya !!

hahahahahaha  a india trained & qualified laughter yoga teacher !

SHC WhatsApp discussion on “How to fund our retirement?


From feedback over the last 12 years in SHC, I would summarised that more than 99% of retirees finally prefer to settle down in Singapore, instead of going to Malaysia, Thailand, China or Indonesia. For many Singapore is home; Family is here, it is a safe country, and we have excellent medical facilities. Going overseas is more a holiday. And we communicate in English and Chinese.

However, there is a 1% that would still consider living overseas, for various reasons.

We started the topic of short term retirement, and I realise that many felt it is not as low cost as some of us would have thought. So, come the next question. If I plan to spend SGD XXX per mth, where do I get the money from? how do I fund my overseas stay.

Yes, for the 1%, you are welcome to join the SHC WhatsApp discussion on “How to fund our retirement overseas?

Simply, WhatsApp to +65 9489 4360 and msg “How to find our retirement?”. Closing date 15 Apr 2018.

We shall start on 17 Apr 2018.

Strict rules apply. no URL, no video. only screen shots allowed. This is discussion and text communication. And no personal attacks on anyone.

Plse register interest.

Terence Seah