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Experienced Nanny Baby Sitters Available At Nearby Buona Vista MRT Station

Posted By: hometuitionservice

Date: Tue, 4 May 2021

Price: -

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We are a small group of housewives in our 40s to 50s who love taking care of your children aged between 2 to 10.


Please be informed that we do not travel to your homes.


Our schedules for looking after your children......in our own homes only...... can be as early as 7am if you need to go to work and until 10pm if you are working overtime.


Our HDB apartments in Ghim Moh Road are located beside the Ulu Pandan Community Club, and nearby the Buona Vista MRT station. There are several playgrounds around our housing estate so your children will not get bored.


Plus point about our place. The Ghim Moh Market and Food Centre is just nearby, so getting fresh produce to feed your children during the day and evening will not be a problem at all.


Depending on your needs, our charges(excluding Eve/Public Holidays) are fairly reasonable.


OPTION 1
Monthly Charge from *$400.00 for Mondays to Saturdays for up to 8 hours each day.
Monthly Charge from *$600.00 for Mondays to Saturdays for up to 12 hours each day.


OPTION 2
From $10.00 per hour for weekday and $15.00 per hour for weekend.
Minimum 03 hours charge per day.


*Meal charges are not included.


If you need any further information, do drop us a message.


Experienced Nanny Baby Sitters Available At Nearby Buona Vista MRT Station



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