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HDB Toa Payoh Kim Keat Beacon BTO launched in May 2018

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Part 2: HDB suggested layout idea and the position of the stove and sink...

1. Under Shapes and Forms Feng Shui avoid placing the stove facing the sink and vice-versa.428845403_commentsKimKeatBeaconlayoutideas3bedrooms.thumb.png.7940ce6e454216352a689887071bd9c1.png

2. For the 4-room type, it is perfectly acceptable to have the stove side-by-side to the sink. Ideally, best to leave a distance of at least 30cm between the drainage sink and the border of the stove.

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3. Feng Shui and the location of the stove:

 


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Part 3: External Environment and the site

1. As the PIE slip road slices inwards towards the development; the planners of Keat Hong Beacon did the right thing by placing the 4 storey MSCP as a buffer for the three housing blocks: 265A, 267A and 266A

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2. In addition to the 4 storey car park as a major buffer with both PIE and the slip road;

3. Another plus is the Park acting as a buffer with the PIE.

4. Thus even if this site is not as outstanding due to the curved slip road inwards towards the development; all stacks/units are shielded from these roads.

5. The planners of this estate seriously took the environment into consideration. Contrast this to HDB Tampines GreenVines. A pale planning comparision to this development.

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Part 4: Avoid purchasing a unit in full/partial view of the Precinct Pavilion: especially low storeys such as stacks #530 and #532.

Avoid purchasing low level stacks #530 and #532. As these two stacks directly faces the precinct pavilion.

If possible, also; avoid low level stacks #538 and #540.

In addition: stack #564 is pretty close to the precinct pavilion. Thus do avoid low storeys in this stack.

P.S. Precinct Pavilions are locations where wakes/funerals occurs. These "activities" cannot be planned. And sometimes may coincide with one's festive holiday e.g. Chinese New Year etc...

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Part 5: Is it inauspicious to live near to an Electrical Sub-Station (ESS)? 

Frankly, there are no scientific proof to say that living near to an ESS is bad:-

However, it has more to do with taboos or grand mother tales that one should not purchase a unit close to an ESS. Such as avoid purchasing low storeys of stacks #556 and #558.

Unfortunately, sometimes, it is difficult to change one's perception.

If so, do give these two stacks (low storeys) a miss.

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Part 6: Location of the central rubbish bins

For HDB Kim Keat Beacon, majority of the central rubbish bins are generally well placed. And nothing out of the ordinary.

With the exception of Block 267A: where at the main door of stack #540: one has a full view of one of the central bins.

P.S. Nowadays, each block has two bins: recyle and regular bins.

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Part 7: Fei Xing or Flying Star Feng Shui of Kim Keat Beacon

According to HDB, this development's estimated completion will be in the year 2022:-

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As such this development's Flying Star chart will be based on Period 8 Feng Shui. Majority of the stacks/units either face N2 or S2:-

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Part 8: Male Breadwinner and the inauspicious Fire at Heaven's Gate

1. Do a search in this forum for " Fire at Heaven's Gate ".

2. Generally, a kitchen especially if a stove is directly at the NW cardinal point will be inauspicious for the male-head of the house. Typically this can affect him.

3. This is because NW under the Ba Gua Trigram belongs to the Heaven (sign). And NW also represents the male-head elder of the house.

4. Thus in simple terms: turning on a stove at NW will burn one's Heaven luck = not lucky and also may affect the male-head elder's career.

5. It is thus not difficult to visualise South facing stacks and try to locate stacks with kitchen at NW sector. Especially Flying Stars S2 facing ones.

6. Thus for this development HDB Kim Keat Beacon, I picked one example. Here, stack #562 as shown below has the kitchen within the NW sector:-

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7. In addition, stacks #534 and #546 (circled in RED, see below) are also affected by the kitchen at NW. Both these stacks are S2 facing with kitchen at the Fire at Heaven's gate location.
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In 1966, Toa Payoh was a large piece of virgin landED699DE3-43C9-4B6A-A41D-8B639912C00D.png

Toa Payoh East borders Potong Pasir to it’s right or East. Today, CTE divides this two districts.

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