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  • icYwATeR's Avatar
    710 posts since Apr '06
    • Just a random topic...

      As an organiser of chalet, how much did you guys pay? this include BBQ,  number of days and etc (For organiser)

      How much are you willing to pay to the organiser for chalet? (personal opnion)

  • Lorry`'s Avatar
    6,266 posts since Oct '05
    • Depends on how much the food cost. Plus the chalet rental.
      Depends on how many people are attending. The more people, the lesser amount.

      Usually is $10-$15.

      Some organiser not so geh-gao 1.. which is a good thing  icon_lol.gif

  • Queen of sgForums
    驚世駭俗醜不啦嘰 moderatress
    FireIce's Avatar
    242,606 posts since Dec '99
    • do your own projection and calculation
      chalet rental how much
      food how much
      any other fringe activities

      then u divide by the no. of attendees

      or if the organiser has $$$, just bao everything lah

    • oso must see the ppl attending willing to pay more for better food or not
      pay more can get steak or pork ribs instead of chicken wings, taiwan sausages instead of hotdogs, sotongs instead of sotong balls

      alcohol not included
      those who wanna drink, ownself bring
      better to go by potluck basis

      Edited by FireIce 17 Jul `08, 12:27AM
  • caleb_chiang's Avatar
    10,446 posts since Jul '05
    • you can get good rates if you are a civil servant or know someone who is...

       

      Anyway, it would depends on the location, food and such. People of different age group are able to afford more or less depending on their spending power.

       

      Anyway, my last chalet held by my friend... The chalet which was a bungalow under his company costed less than 50 bucks a day. Money was spend mostly on alcoholic beverages, not the bbq nor the chalet....

  • Lorry`'s Avatar
    6,266 posts since Oct '05
    • oh ya.. alcohol. You gotta bring yourself. haha

      mahjong table also charge separately. Depends what type of chalet. Laoya wan dont have.

      Basic is Food/Drink + Chalet Rental

  • mamamamama's Avatar
    1,614 posts since Jan '05
    • Originally posted by caleb_chiang:

      you can get good rates if you are a civil servant or know someone who is...

       

      Anyway, it would depends on the location, food and such. People of different age group are able to afford more or less depending on their spending power.

       

      Anyway, my last chalet held by my friend... The chalet which was a bungalow under his company costed less than 50 bucks a day. Money was spend mostly on alcoholic beverages, not the bbq nor the chalet....

      ya lor.. if got civil servant rates, you'll have more budget to spend on food..

      if book downtown east those type, even with member rates also expensive la.. for food only can have hotdogs, otah, chicken wings, etc. alcohol even worse.. drink cheap china beer icon_neutral.gif

  • caleb_chiang's Avatar
    10,446 posts since Jul '05
    • My friend's one the best... The bungalow got everything... mahjong room, ktv room, 3 toilets, 4 bedroom, bbq pit and kitchen...icon_lol.gif

  • Plastic Bag's Avatar
    1,563 posts since Sep '07
  • nofoodwilldie's Avatar
    45 posts since May '05
    • any one know which r the chalets/bungalows a civil servants can get?

      How much and how long in adv muz book?

      TIA

  • Hello Kitty's Avatar
    25,787 posts since Dec '99
    • diff govt sector, diff bungalow.

      but muz early early book.

      den hav to go thru ballotin de.

  • Queen of sgForums
    驚世駭俗醜不啦嘰 moderatress
    FireIce's Avatar
    242,606 posts since Dec '99
    • Originally posted by nofoodwilldie:

      any one know which r the chalets/bungalows a civil servants can get?

      How much and how long in adv muz book?

      TIA

      civil service club

      DTE

  • Rednano's Avatar
    6,527 posts since May '08
    • Originally posted by nofoodwilldie:

      any one know which r the chalets/bungalows a civil servants can get?

      How much and how long in adv muz book?

      TIA


      the bungalows chalets in Changi area?

  • nofoodwilldie's Avatar
    45 posts since May '05
  • rainee's Avatar
    34,462 posts since Apr '05
    • Civil servants can enjoy special rate at Aloha Changi and Aloha Loyang.

      Aloha Loyang is more exp compared to Changi. Can book 3 months in advance. But if you want to book during the super peak time (meaning holiday time) must book exactly 3 months in advance. I am speaking from my own experience, in which I spent 3 hours refreshing the website just to register for a chalet in early December.

      Managed to book the Yacht Club Chalet (4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms) for $105 per night. angel.png

  • nofoodwilldie's Avatar
    45 posts since May '05
  • rainee's Avatar
    34,462 posts since Apr '05
    • Originally posted by nofoodwilldie:

      am looking at aloha loyang..

      all govt servant can book there?

      Yes...you need to register yourself in the website. If you are a civil servant, they will show you a civil servant's rate.

  • nofoodwilldie's Avatar
    45 posts since May '05
  • the Bear's Avatar
    149,787 posts since Feb '01
    • Originally posted by nofoodwilldie:

      wow! fast reply.. tks!

      1 more question, you happen to know which unit is the more ideal one?

      TIA


      depends on what you want the chalet for..

      there are some with huge frontyards near the main road for easy access, some which are by the beach but damned hard to get to and may have problems if a lot of your friends have cars (limited parking space)

      best if you go to the map in the aloha site and look.. or recce the place first..

  • rainee's Avatar
    34,462 posts since Apr '05
    • Originally posted by nofoodwilldie:

      wow! fast reply.. tks!

      1 more question, you happen to know which unit is the more ideal one?

      TIA

      Not too sure about the Loyang one...but depends on how big you want the chalet to be.

      Most of the chalets with 4 rooms will cost $170 per nite or above...

      The Pool Terrace is nice...quite big with swimming pool beside the chalet. But 210 per nite for super peak period...

  • nofoodwilldie's Avatar
    45 posts since May '05
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