Singapore Classified Advertisements & Listings from Singapore Expats

Login with Facebook or Google

CHIS Review

Posted By: countryholidayinnsuites

Date: Tue, 16 Aug 2022

Price: $90,000.00

Login to Contact User

Tourists have long flocked to Gwalior to see the magnificent forts and ornate palaces built by many dynasties over the centuries, including the Mughals and even the Tomars. They oversaw the city before the Scindias took control of it. The city of Gwalior, often known as the Fort City, lives up to its name.
You can travel to the best places all over Gwalior with the best services of CHIS. You can have proof of the services provided by Country Holidays Inn & Suites at CHIS Reviews.
Gwalior is a significant city and one of the Counter-magnet cities. It is located in the state of Madhya Pradesh, which is in the middle of India. The city of Gwalior can be found in the uppermost part of the state's northern region. Gwalior is a significant city in the gird area of India. It is situated 414 kilometres from Bhopal, the capital of the state, and 120 kilometres from Agra. Both of these cities are in the Indian subcontinent. Additionally, it is situated 343 kilometres to the south of Delhi, the nation's capital. The ancient city and its stronghold were historically governed by several different ancient northern Indian kings over the course of their existence.

Please Login and use the Contact User form to contact the advertiser directly.

Latest Forum Posts

Visit Expat Forum

Re: What is the best gym for personal training in Singapore?

Dammit tiktok, now how...... Not aimed at you this time!!! :lol: :cool:



Posted in 30's Club

Re: 15 years in Singapore!

❰❰ Quote:
The best kind of F.I.R.E. is Financial Independence, Remain Employed… provided you love your job.

Sometimes F.I. is the enabler to leave your job and find your true passion in life. I hope for the same.

Love this one. And totally agree that remaining employed is the best kind of F.I.R.E.

Posted in General Discussions

Re: Which local schools for excellent English/communication skills?

Don’t feel bad, I’m so dyslexic, I had visually transposed the i and t, so when I first saw those links I thought they were dirty :cool:

Posted in Parenting, Family & Schools

Re: SG PR application chances

Not enough info. Based on the little info provided, the answer would be no.

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Renounced Singapore citizenship

❰❰ Quote:
❰❰ Quote:
❰❰ Quote:
If they have taken your SG passport, they can’t expect you to use that to leave the country. What would happen if you used your adopted country’s passport to leave?

You would not be allowed to pass through immigration as it would appear that said person was in the country illegally as there would be no record of that person entering Singapore within the range of dates that could possibly used as tourist 30~60 days. with that passport.

With their extensive records, they don't know who's been in and out? Seems absurd to me.

If they are leaving Singapore after renouncing SGC they will have to depart using their NEW (UNSUED) foreign passport as they won't have the SG one or the NRIC if they came in using that. Therefore they have a passport without an entry .....

Posted in Strictly Speaking