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The Tropica, Singapore

Case Study of Applied Feng Shui in action at the Tropica Condominium.
by Cecil Lee, Centre for Applied Feng Shui Research,
14 October 2000



Picture above - taken from across the Bedok Reservoir.
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The Seven Auspicious Clusters of Apartment Blocks




Feng Shui friendly features: -

1. Rectangular plot of land



2. Auspicious Horseshoe Layout





3. The Auspicious Dragon-Tiger Gate





4. Interior Layout Plan


 Type A/A1 | Type B/B1 | Type C/C1 | Type D/D1 | Type E | Type F ]
Type G/G1 | Type H/H1 | Type J/J1 | Type K/K1 ]



Overall, I give this development the thumbs up for being really Feng Shui friendly!

Cecil Lee
Center for Applied Feng Shui Research It does not represent the views of MyHome and the developer.



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