Aloha Loyang Chalet

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  1. jxmummy

    jxmummy Member

    Any mummies know the rates for civil servant when booking aloha loyang garden bungalow or sea view bungalow?
     
  2. diymummy

    diymummy Moderator

    Hi huimin,

    You can check the rates at their website. Aloha
     
  3. jxmummy

    jxmummy Member

    but the rates indicated at their website is for public, not for civil servant.
     
  4. stonston

    stonston Well-Known Member

    If you are civil servant you just need to log in to be able to see the rates.
     
  5. jxmummy

    jxmummy Member

    i'm not a civil servant, but would like to know how much cheaper =)
     
  6. snowbear

    snowbear Well-Known Member

    It's much cheaper but it's usually fully booked very very early!
     
  7. apollo

    apollo Well-Known Member

    tt time my fren booked, ard 200-300 if i'm not wrong...
     
  8. January84

    January84 Active Member

    Hui Min, I went to this Changi chalet , sea view, 4d3 nights at $150. under civil servants rate. Utilities bill will be deducted in the following month salary of the civil servant who booked the chalet. 2 levels with e bedroom on the 2nd level, 1 big toilet.

    Living room and dinning plus kitchen on 1st lever, with a sea view balcony.
    They booked about 4-5 months in advance and ballot result was out about 4-6 weeks before the date booked.

    There are 2 BBQ pits, 1 for outdoor, 1 for indoor in case bad weather.
    Carpark only can park 1 car.
     
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  9. stonston

    stonston Well-Known Member

    It's around 50% cheaper for Aloha Loyang. For Changi it can be up to 80% cheaper, depending on which chalet.

    Anyway, now they are quite strict about civil servants helping members of public to book. Cos the last event we had, they actually went round to check & request for the person to be present. Thankfully it was my son's 2nd bday & I was there throughout the day.

    Oh ya, & if it's their first time booking for that year, they can book 3 mths in advance. If not, it'll be 2 months in advance, subject to availability. I always book during offpeak season, so does not really matter to me :)
     
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  10. Ting

    Ting Well-Known Member

    stonston, for changi is which one? there r quite a few right??
    my bf is tryin to book under aloha loyang, i think off peak is 45 per night.
    so the person booking must be present? my bf asking all his frens to bid n see which one gets it.. hmmmm......
     
  11. stonston

    stonston Well-Known Member

    It's NOT a bidding system. You just need to log in. If it's available, you can book it immediately & make payment with your credit card.

    They've changed the system. Previously they'll deduct the sum from our pay but now they want upfront payment upon booking. Even for payments for excess electricity or damaged items, they want you to settle payment upon check out.
     
  12. Ting

    Ting Well-Known Member

    as in balloting.
    so now dun hv to ballot alr??
    can just book immediately?
    tt wil be much better. :D
    thanks stonston.
     
  13. stonston

    stonston Well-Known Member

    Ting, you talking about govt chalet (Aloha) or you talking about the Army one (think they have one at Changi)? It's different!
     
  14. Ting

    Ting Well-Known Member

    as in under civil servant.
    still need to ballot? or can just book immediately?
     
  15. jxmummy

    jxmummy Member

    hi mummies,

    just to share. have managed to book aloha loyang garden bungalow at $140 per night for weekend rates under civil servant, no need to ballot =)
     
  16. Ting

    Ting Well-Known Member

    oh yours so cheap! i book the garden terrace but at $200. :)
     
  17. jxmummy

    jxmummy Member

    u also book it under civil servant rates?
     
  18. Ting

    Ting Well-Known Member

  19. jxmummy

    jxmummy Member

    woo.. how come urs a bit ex ar?
     
  20. Ting

    Ting Well-Known Member

    not very sure either. think cos mine is peak period. :D
     

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