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    Anyone staying there .....it besides d' oasia,
    I like the living room, it seem to face the road.
    Always like apartment living room with balcony that face side road,
    and not facing neighbours...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marktkt22
    Anyone staying there .....it besides d' oasia,
    I like the living room, it seem to face the road.
    Always like apartment living room with balcony that face side road,
    and not facing neighbours...
    This is one of the worse project i ever seen

    D oasia is 100x better

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    Devilplate,
    Any reason, layout ? Psf ? Location ?
    I only see the external facade,didn't go in...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marktkt22
    Devilplate,
    Any reason, layout ? Psf ? Location ?
    I only see the external facade,didn't go in...
    Layout terrible and land size too too small

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    i agree d'osia is better too except for the chinese temple next to it.
    Mill creek's facade looks weird and interior is narrow..

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    Quote Originally Posted by marktkt22
    Anyone staying there .....it besides d' oasia,
    I like the living room, it seem to face the road.
    Always like apartment living room with balcony that face side road,
    and not facing neighbours...
    If you are given another unit, living room with balcony but west facing and also facing one of the units from the opposite apartment but you have the view of their swimming pool as well as partial view of another swimming pool from another apartment. That means left and right also have swimming pool view. What do you think, will you choose that?

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    Longest corridor to reach master bedroom
    Bay window + planter (the example I was talking about)









    Yee ha! Did I tickle your funny bone?


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    Thanks to all, and the layout from ecimbew,
    Wow, layout is v bad, with planter, bay window and long corridor.
    Good advice indeed

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    West sun too strong, my balcony east morning sun, used to dry clothes.
    Add solar film to mitigate.


    Quote Originally Posted by irisng
    If you are given another unit, living room with balcony but west facing and also facing one of the units from the opposite apartment but you have the view of their swimming pool as well as partial view of another swimming pool from another apartment. That means left and right also have swimming pool view. What do you think, will you choose that?

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    Real crappy layout, on par with [email protected]

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