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  1. #111

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    Sep 2016
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    Your plan looks work, for 3 bedroom unfurnished / partly furnished apartment, market price closed 20K for 3 bedroom apartment for long term lease ( 1 year). In Feb, you can to stay in Tung Chung service apartments first, so that you can view more apartments. If possible book it in advance, because apply internet, tel, TV lines takes 2-3 weeks. Also, purchase furniture may also takes 1 to 3 weeks. You can organize all installation date and delivey date in advance, when you get the apartment, you can move it within very short period.


  2. #112

    Join Date
    Jun 2009
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    Gold Coast

    As stated, GC resident's shuttle goes directly to Olympic.

    There are number of English medium Kindergartens around the neighbourhood, like Jing Jing. It has also a school bus to ESF KG in Tsing Yi.

    The only international school in the area is Harrow, but there are school busses at least to Japanese International, ICHK HLY and Beacon Hill (ESF) which are all great primaries. There seems to be a few more school busses, but am not sure to which schools.

    We live in GC and love the place. Especially with small kids, due to all green areas within compound and around. The shopping mall has number of restaurants, which makes it easy to pop in for dinner with small kids. Facilities in GC are fine, with big swimming pool. Lot of families with small kids, so the social circles form pretty quick.

    Tung Chung, nothing bad to say about it. Different to GC, but has its positive sides as well.


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