1 Day Batam CNY Tour (Departure Date: 30 Jan 2016)

DAY 01 (Singapore Time)

Collect your boarding pass at Batamfast Counter.Depart by high speed ferry to Batam, ferry depart timing: 09:20hrs。Batamfast Counter领取船票,乘坐09.20am的船出发前往Batam

(Batam time)

09:20 hrs Upon arrive at Sekupang International Ferry Terminal and after immigration and customs you will be greets by PT.Nusajaya Indofast T&T tour guide and escorted to awaiting air-conditioned bus and start our One Day Batam City & Shopping Tour, en route you will be visit :

09.20 am抵达 Sekupang渡轮总站,导游将会带领你们开始Batam行程:

➢ Fortune Temple /财神庙, Polo Outlet / POLO 专 卖 店, Batam Chocolate House / 巧 克

➢ Bengkong Kampung Seni / Bengkong 艺 术 村, Golden Bay City /金海湾主题公园

➢ Layer Homemade Cake Lapis / DIANA 千 层 糕

➢ Lunch at 933 seafood restaurant / 午餐在当地餐馆, Indonesia Cultural Dance / 本地文化舞蹈库达呼集总

➢ Bengkong Dry Market / 干料市, Batik Factory Outlet & First Factory Outlet / BATIK专卖店 & FIRST FACTORY 专卖店, Last stop will be at BCS Mall / 购物中

 

18:00 hrs Transfer to pier. 19.00pm ferry from Sekupang to Singapore. / 18.00pm前往渡轮总站,乘坐19.00pm的船返回新加坡。

**Itinerary is Subject to Change, Term and Condition will apply.**

 

Tour Fare: SGD 65 per adult     SGD 60 per child (below 12 years old)

INCLUDE

  1. 2 Ways Ferry Ticket ( SIN/BTH/SIN )

  2. Singapore PDF of S$6/pax, Fuel Surcharge of S$14/pax and Batam Terminal Fee of $8/person

  3. 01 Day Batam City Tour with lunch at local restaurant

  4. Guide and Driver Tipping

  5. 02 ways express immigration clearance check in-out (Depart to/from Sekupang Terminal Only)

  6. Insurance coverage of $10000 & medical fee of $500.(Coverage for below 80 years old)

  7. Private land transfer

EXCLUDED

  1. Rooms service, Optional Tours, Porterage Fee, Visa Fee, and all expense of purely personal nature.

PLEASE CONTACT MR TING: 97648438

2D1N Batam Shopping Tour (Departure Date: 30 Jan 2016)

DAY 01 (Singapore Time)
Collect your boarding pass at Batamfast Counter.Depart by high speed ferry to Batam, ferry depart timing: 08:20hrs。在Batamfast Counter领取船票,乘坐08.20am的船出发前往Batam。

(Batam time)
08:20 hrs Upon arrive at Sekupang International Ferry Terminal and after immigration and customs you will be greets by PT.Nusajaya Indofast T&T tour guide and escorted to awaiting air-conditioned bus and start our One Day Batam City & Shopping Tour, en route you will be visit :
08.20am抵达 Sekupang渡轮总站,导游将会带领你们开始Batam行程:-
Maha Vihara Duta Maitreya Temple /天 恩 弥 勒 佛 院, Polo Outlet / POLO 专 卖 店, Batam Chocolate House / 巧 克 力 屋, Bengkong Kampung Seni / Bengkong 艺 术 村, Golden Bay City /金海湾主题公园, Homemade Cake Lapis /千 层 糕 工 厂, Bird Nest Shop / 燕窝专卖店
➢ Lunch at 933 seafood restaurant / 午餐在933海鲜餐馆
➢ Indonesia Cultural Dance / 本地文化舞蹈“库达呼集总
➢ Bengkong Dry Market / 干料市场
➢ Batik Factory Outlet & First Factory Outlet / BATIK专卖店 & FIRST FACTORY 专卖店
➢ Last stop will be at BCS Mall / 购物中心

Transfer to Hotel for check-in & Free Leisure.Dinner at Shangrila local restaurant / 前往酒店办理入住手续 ,享用晚餐在Shangrila餐馆。

DAY 02 (Batam Time)
07:00 hrs Breakfast / 在酒店享用早餐
09:00 hrs Free Leisure un-till check-out /自由活动
10:00 hrs Check Out Hotel.Dimsum Lunch at Swiss Bell Harbour Bay Hotel/ 办理退房手续。享用点心午餐在Swiss Bell Harbour Bay Hotel
15.00 hrs Visit Toa Pek Gong Temple/ 参观大伯公庙。
16:30 hrs Transfer to pier. 17.10pm ferry from Sekupang to Singapore. / 16.30pm前往渡轮总站,乘坐17.10pm的船返回新加坡。
**Itinerary is Subject to Change, Term and Condition will apply.**

I HOTEL BALOI
TWIN SHARING: SGD 158 PER PAX CHILD WITHOUT BED: SGD 108 PER PAX
SINGLE: SGD 208 PER PAX CHILD WITH BED: SGD 128 PER PAX

The Package Include of :
02 Ways Ferry Tickets ( SIN/BTH/SIN ), Singapore PDF of S$6/Pax, Fuel Surcharge of S$14/Pax and Batam Terminal Fee of S$8/Pax, 01 Night Accommodation with daily breakfast, 2 lunch, 1 dinner, Tipping for guide and driver, 02 Ways Express Immigration Clearance check in – out for Sekupang Terminal Only, Land Transfer and Guide Assist, Group Insurance S$10,000 & S$500 Medical Insurance (coverage for below 80 yrs old)

The Package Exclude of :
Personal Insurance, Optional Tour, Porterage Fee, Visa Fee USD15/Pax, Room Service and all other expenses

SPP-DPP JOINT TEAM MANIFESTO FOR BISHAN-TOA PAYOH

We believe in a collaborative, collective government that brings talent from different political parties into Parliament in constructive cooperation for the good of Singapore.

We believe in elected MPs who listen to their people, and bring their concerns and voices into Parliament, to be heard by government.

We believe people want equal opportunities, fair employment, sustainable jobs, living wages, reduced cost-of-living, affordable healthcare, reliable public transport, assistance in business, control over their CPF monies, and a worry-free retirement.

We believe people want an economy with affordable costs, built on strong, healthy, growing local businesses, owned and run by Singaporeans, and not be squeezed out of the market by GLCs and MNCs.

We believe people want a clean and protected environment, conducive surroundings to raise a family, assisted living for the young, old and handicapped, and responsive Town Councils.

We believe people want local representatives in their NCs, RCs and CCCs, to be apolitical, bottom-up, selfless, concerned for the community, and provide real feedback to the Town Councils and Government.

We believe people want a de-politicised Town Council, with equal access to Government grants and support, equal priority for infrastructural upgrading, and no political bias.

We believe people want to be respected, heard, listened to, and represented, by humble, down-to-earth, emphatic, sincere and real MPs, who are committed to be true representatives of the people in Parliament.

We, the SPP-DPP joint team for Bishan Toa Payoh, hear you, and we will speak for you, in your community, in Parliament, and in Government.

Vote us in.

DPP strikes deal with SPP on Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC Joint Team

ST_20150821_DPP211DEM_1619988The Singapore People’s Party (SPP) and Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) have reached agreement on jointly contesting Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC, with party leaders saying all that remains is to put pen to paper.

DPP chief Benjamin Pwee, who is spokesman for DPP, and the SPP’s Ravi Philemon told The Straits Times at a walkabout last night that outstanding disagreements have been resolved and a “Memorandum of Agreement” will be inked early next week.

Said Mr Philemon: “As far as I know, everything has been resolved, everything has been ironed out, we are ready to go.”
He and Mr Pwee said both sides have resolved the sticky issue of which party should contribute more candidates for the five-member slate that is contesting the GRC. But they refused to divulge details.

On Sunday, SPP chairman Lina Chiam said her party should ideally have three seats.

This came a week after the DPP unilaterally introduced four possible candidates for the slate.

Last night, however, the two parties put up a united front.

“We are not going to say there is going to be this much from SPP and this much from DPP. We are going in as a joint team so that’s how we are looking at this contest,” Mr Philemon said.

Putting his arm around Mr Pwee’s shoulder, he added: “We are one, we are together. There are no two parties. We are going in as if we are one party.”

Mr Pwee, 47, said once a formal agreement is in place, he and any other DPP candidate slated for the joint team would quit the party and join the SPP.

This follows an earlier agreement that the joint team would contest the under the SPP banner.

Mr Pwee and Mr Philemon said the slate for the GRC will be announced only on Nomination Day.

But the walkabout in Toa Payoh Central last night offered some clues about those who might be in the slate to contest against the People’s Action Party’s team led by Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen.

Two new faces were among the SPP’s volunteers: former sales and marketing manager Law Kim Hwee, 55, and training company owner Abdillah Zamzuri, 31. Both of them declined to speak to The Straits Times but are said to be probable candidates.

According to his LinkedIn page, Mr Abdillah was a volunteer with Malay self-help group Mendaki and Cairnhill Community Club grassroots leader.

Apart from Mr Pwee, two other DPP candidates for the team could come from among party chairman Hamim Aliyas, 50; businessman Chia Ser Lin, 46; and tech start-up vice-president Nadine Yap, 46.

Report by Jeremy Au Yong , Straits Times
Additional reporting by Lim Yan Min-Liang Tan
Photo credit, Lim Yaohui

Wanted: Sign Language Interpreters

interphands

1. Looking for sign language interpreters
DPP is looking out for sign language interpreters to interpret for rallies and other political or election-related events. In view of the upcoming General Elections and related campaigning activities, the DPP fully supports Singapore Association for the Deaf (SADeaf) wishes to highlight the importance of providing equal access to the electoral process to the Deaf community. This would enable persons who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing to make an informed choice when casting their votes. If anyone has sign language interpretation abilities, please sign up as a volunteer at www.dpp.sg/volunteer (all sign language interpreter volunteers are regarded as having neutrality in terms of political affiliation.)

2. Reserved area at election rally venues
A reserved area will also be arranged at election rally venues for persons with disabilities. This would allow wheelchair users to have a better view of the activities on stage and not be blocked by others, as well as enable them to manoeuvre their wheelchairs or other mobility vehicles when getting in and out of the rally venue. The reserved area will also help persons who are deaf or hard of hearing to have a clear view of the sign language interpreter on stage, if any.

DPP introduces another potential candidate Nadine Yap

DPP has introduced another potential candidate to the media and public this morning.
Ms Nadine Yap is an Chinese-Eurasian and a Business Operations, Marketing and Product Development professional with 15 years’ experience in the digital media industry.
She was a former senior executive in Amazon and Yahoo, before she became Vice-President of Product at Viki. She is now Vice President of Temasys.
She is one of DPP’s potential candidates for the joint DPP-SPP team for Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC at the the coming General Elections.
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DPP introduces potential candidate Chia Ser Lin

DPP has introduced a potential to the media at its walkabout at Bishan Junction 8.

Mr Chia Ser Lin is a China-based executive and is a former schoolmate of Benjamin Pwee at Raffles Institution. Mr Chia was a General Manager in OSIM (China). He now runs a chain of F&B companies in China.

He is one of DPP’s potential candidates for the joint DPP-SPP team for Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC at the the coming General Elections.

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