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Buyandship Shopping Guide: Supre Australia

Supré is one of the most iconic and recognisable brands in the female youth market in Australia. Supré Australia is a go-to store for youth and young adults who are looking for something that is both trendy and comfortable to wear. 

Most of the clothing sold on Supré is trend-based and features lots of logos, slogans and branding. Their prices are super affordable and won’t burn any holes in your pockets! Get more savings and be sure to keep an eye out for seasonal offers as well!

You can enjoy FREE shipping within Australia with a minimum order of AU$50. Send your haul to Buyandship’s Australia warehouse, and we’ll assist with getting them to your doorstep safely.


Buyandship Top Picks from Supré Australia!

Customise It

  • Looking for something personalised and cute? Don’t worry, girl! Supre has got you covered with “Customise It”.  
  • From phone covers, cropped tees, denim jackets, zip pouches and even beach towels, you can customise it to your liking by putting your NAME on it. You can finally wear your name proudly.

Emily Wrap Dress

  • Get this super cute wrap dress for you bold babes out there!
  • Dresses are our go-to when the weather heats up, they are versatile and will keep you looking cute and staying fresh all season long.
  • From festivals to shopping dates with your girls, this flowy and dainty looking dress is perfect for every occasion.

Printed Tees

  • Why should you be a Basic B when you can make a statement! You can never have too many printed tees in your closet. 
  • They have custom printed tees, cute women’s printed tops, plus size printed tees and also printed tees with custom-designed graphics by Supre’s amazing trend team. 
  • Mix and match your top with a cute pair of mom jeans, and you’re all set! (Psst! Get their bestselling Eagle graphic Tee or Ramones Tee. )

Supre Denim

  • Made for adventure, the lazy days or at the festival as your fave songs are played. Throw them on and wear them out proudly. 
  • These vintage-inspired washes will make you look confident, classic and cool. Find your perfect fit of mom jeans, high waisted denim jeans, denim skirts, denim shorts, denim overalls, denim dresses and classic, oversized denim jackets. 
  • They’ll never go out of style, and you’ll always look effortlessly on-trend.

Supré offers free domestic shipping within Australia. Be sure to use Buyandship’s overseas warehouse address for access to affordable international shipping. From there, you can send your Supré Australia haul to your doorstep via our forwarding service, which is only S$5 per lbs!

Germaine Capuccini Timexpert Lift (IN) Supre Defin Eye Cont buy online

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RESULTS:

Lifts and restructures the eye area.

Elevates the look.

Provides a rested and revitalized look.

DESCRIPTION:

Timexpert Lift (IN) Supre Defin Eye Cont from Germaine de Capuccini is a cream capable of lifting and restructuring the entire eye area.

This care promotes a revolutionary treatment that works to reconstruct the cutaneous matrix of the eye perimeter, raising the eyes.
In addition, also thanks to blefaroplex, this cream reveals a lifting action on the upper eyelids, offering a non-invasive alternative to eyelid surgery.
For a rested and revitalized eye contour.

Directions for use:

Using the massager, apply in a circular motion, and massage the cream into the entire area around the eyes.

Collection:

Germaine Capuccini Timexpert Lift (IN) – A new concept in the search for firmness that, emulating the surgical facelift, provides an overall result of the three vectors of rejuvenation: facelift, fill and stretch.

The secret is V-Matrix, a high-performance complex with ingredients programmed to work at the root of the problem, rebuilding the mesh that forms the dermis network to restore firmness from the inside. In addition, a pair of calcium and glucose of biotechnological origin helps to increase the density of the skin.The contours are high. Wrinkles are less visible. Facial volumes are filled and repositioned. The oval redefines its contours.

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Batch 1 > Ordered & mass emailed (24 Jan)
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Supre struggles with IT revamp

The saying goes that you should never do business with family; something that Supre’s international brand manager Catherine Taouk is now realising as she struggles to explain the gravity of the company’s IT requirements to her boss, father and company founder Hans van der Meulen.

Supre’s international brand manager says that she often feels the company is behind the 8-ball online.
(Tempting fate image by Michael Mol, CC2.0)

“I often feel like we are behind the 8-ball sometimes because we are a family-owned and -operated business,” Taouk admitted today at the launch of eBay’s third annual online business index, which surveyed hundreds of local eBay sellers to distil the state of the Australian online retail sector.

“We moved into the online side of our business 10 years ago, but in the last three years I still feel like we’re working behind ourselves and I feel that international retailers are doing so much more than what we’re able to keep up with,” she added.

Taouk said that over the last decade, Supre has seen a steady increase in online sales both in Australia and internationally, with online-only revenue topping out at $7.5 million for the company’s last financial year. The retailer’s custom-built online sales platform is now in need of replacement to deal with the sizeable traffic increase that the site needs to deal with.

“The reason we would need to change would be because of the volume of sales and traffic going through the site; it’s kind of crumbling in a few areas. Rather than try and patch up the crumbling wall, we need to give it an overhaul,” she said.

However, despite Supre’s online success, it’s still difficult to explain to her father why the business needs a platform upgrade.

“My father started in this business in the 1970s and being from European background, he has the mentality of the way that our stores should be set up. He’s only started to adopt really what our online business is really about this year, to be honest, and we’ve been online for 10 years.

“Sometimes I try to explain to him in bricks-and-mortar terms what is really happening online, in terms of the opportunity and the sales. The other day we were talking about how our [online sales] platform needed to take a shift because … we really need to upgrade our online software, even though it’s only three years old. I had to explain that to him in terms of an old printing machine that needs to print T-shirts, and I really had to show him in those terms how we need to upgrade those systems in a way he would understand it,” she said to scattered chuckles from the audience.

Taouk admits that without the upgrade, other retailers like online-only fashion retailer Asos will quickly take a bite out of Supre and its business model. The problem is compounded for Taouk as she needs to drive online revenue to justify and pay for the upgrade.

“We’re in a catch 22. We need to get the sales to be able to get that platform, but we need that new platform to get the sales,” she told ZDNet Australia after her presentation.

On the eBay online business index, Deborah Sharkey, managing director for eBay Australia and New Zealand, told the breakfast audience this morning that a product is purchased on eBay Australia every 15 seconds. Sharkey also told the audience that Australia is the company’s highest market for mobile purchases.

NCLT Cannot Permit Modification Or Withdrawal Of Submitted Resolution Plan : Supreme Court

The Supreme Court held that adjudicating authority cannot permit modifications or withdrawals of CoC-approved Resolution Plans, at the behest of the successful Resolution Applicant, once the plan has been submitted to it.

The bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and MR Shah observed that Resolution Plans cannot be considered as cannot be considered as a simple contractual negotiation between two parties. and the process is comprehensively regulated by the insolvency framework.

A submitted Resolution Plan is binding and irrevocable as between the CoC and the successful Resolution Applicant, the court said.

In this case, the NCLT allowed the Withdrawal Application filed by Ebix under Section 60(5) of the IBC to withdraw its Resolution Plan submitted for Educomp. While reversing that order, the NCLAT held that the application to withdraw from the Resolution Plan could not have been allowed since: (i) it was barred by res judicata; and (ii) the NCLT does not have jurisdiction to permit such a withdrawal.

Appeals were filed in the Supreme Court against the NCLAT decision.

In its judgment disposing the appeals, the court explained the nature of a Resolution Plan as envisaged under the Code. The court noted that there are broadly three stages: (i) the first stage is prior to and ends with the approval of the Resolution Plan by the CoC; (ii) the second stage is the interim period between the Resolution Plan’s approval by the CoC and before its confirmation by the Adjudicating Authority; and (iii) the third stage is after the approval of the Resolution Plan by the Adjudicating Authority.

The contention raised in this case was that Resolution Plans are in the nature of an offer, which becomes binding as a concluded contract only once the Adjudicating Authority has approved the Resolution Plan.

The court noted that the text of the IBC does not specify whether Resolution Plans at the second stage of the process, i.e., in the intervening period of submission to and approval by the Adjudicating Authority, are pure contracts. The validity of the Resolution Plan, the court said, is not premised upon the agreement or consent of those bound (although as a procedural step the IBC requires sixty-six percent votes of creditors), but upon its compliance with the procedure stipulated under the IBC. However, it also noticed how they are characterized in foreign jurisdictions.

125 The absence of any specific provision in the IBC or the regulations referring to a CoC-approved Resolution Plan as a contract and the lack of clarity in the BLRC report regarding the nature of such a Resolution Plan, constrains us from arriving at the conclusion that CoC-approved Resolution Plans will be governed by the Contract Act and common law principles governing contracts, save and except for the specific prohibitions and deeming fictions under the IBC. Regulation 39(3) of CIRP regulations, as it stood before the IBBI (CIRP) (Fourth Amendment) Regulations 2020 and applicable to the three appellants before us, enabled a framework where a draft Resolution Plan would involve several rounds of negotiations and revisions between the Resolution Applicant and the CoC, before it is approved by the latter and submitted to the Adjudicating Authority88.

However, this statutorily-enabled room for commercial negotiation is not enough to over-power the other elements of regulation that detract from the view that CoC-approved Resolution Plans are contracts. CoC-approved Resolution Plans, before the approval of the Adjudicating Authority under Section 31, are a function and product of the IBC’s mechanisms. Their validity, nature, legal force and content is regulated by the procedure laid down under the IBC, and not the Contract Act. The voting by the CoC also occurs only after the RP has verified the contents of the Resolution Plan and confirmed that it meets the conditions of the IBC and the regulations therein. The amended Regulation 39(3)89 further regulates the conduct of the CoC on voting on Resolution Plans and has introduced the requirement of simultaneous voting. The IBBI’s Discussion Paper issued on 27 August 2021 has invited comments on regulating the process on revisions that can be made to resolution plans submitted to the CoC90. These developments bolster the conclusion that the mechanism prior to submission of a CoC-approved resolution plan is subject to continuous procedural scrutiny by the IBC and cannot be considered as a simple contractual negotiation between two parties.

In Section J of the judgment, the court explained how common law remedies of withdrawal or modification on account of frustration or force majeure are not applicable to CoCapproved Resolution Plans owing to the nature of the IBC. The court further noticed that the Parliament has not introduced an explicit provision under the IBC for allowing any amendment of the Resolution Plan after approval of creditors, let alone a power to withdraw the plan.

“At the same time, the Corporate Debtor and the CoC have been empowered to withdraw from the CIRP. If it intended to permit parties to amend the Resolution Plan after submission to the Adjudicating Authority, based on its specific terms of the Resolution Plan, it would have adopted the critical safeguards highlighted by the UNCITRAL”

Residual powers of the Adjudicating Authority under the IBC cannot be exercised to create procedural remedies

The bench, therefore concluded:

202 The residual powers of the Adjudicating Authority under the IBC cannot be exercised to create procedural remedies which have substantive outcomes on the process of insolvency. The framework, as it stands, only enables withdrawals from the CIRP process by following the procedure detailed in Section 12A of the IBC and Regulation 30A of the CIRP Regulations and in the situations recognized in those provisions.

Enabling withdrawals or modifications of the Resolution Plan at the behest of the successful Resolution Applicant, once it has been submitted to the Adjudicating Authority after due compliance with the procedural requirements and timelines, would create another tier of negotiations which will be wholly unregulated by the statute. Since the 330 days outer limit of the CIRP under Section 12(3) of the IBC, including judicial proceedings, can be extended only in exceptional circumstances, this open-ended process for further negotiations or a withdrawal, would have a deleterious impact on the Corporate Debtor, its creditors, and the economy at large as the liquidation value depletes with the passage of time. A failed negotiation for modification after submission, or a withdrawal after approval by the CoC and submission to the Adjudicating Authority, irrespective of the content of the terms envisaged by the Resolution Plan, when unregulated by statutory timelines could occur after a lapse of time, as is the case in the present three appeals before us. Permitting such a course of action would either result in a down-graded resolution amount of the Corporate Debtor and/or a delayed liquidation with depreciated assets which frustrates the core aim of the IBC.

These are matters for legislative policy.

203 If the legislature in its wisdom, were to recognize the concept of withdrawals or modifications to a Resolution Plan after it has been submitted to the Adjudicating Authority, it must specifically provide for a tether under the IBC and/or the Regulations. This tether must be coupled with directions on narrowly defined grounds on which such actions are permissible and procedural directions, which may include the timelines in which they can be proposed, voting requirements and threshold for approval by the CoC (as the case may be). They must also contemplate at which stage the Corporate Debtor may be sent into liquidation by the Adjudicating Authority or otherwise, in the event of a failed negotiation for modification and/or withdrawal. These are matters for legislative policy.

Case: Ebix Singapore Private Limited vs. Committee of Creditors of Educomp Solutions Limited ; CA . 3224 of 2020
Citation: LL 2021 SC 447
Coram: Justices DY Chandrachud and MR Shah

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90,000 Singapore Super Trees

Gardens by the Bay was created as part of the Marina Bay Development and New Center project. They are located on an area of ​​101 hectares – a public place with gardens, bridges, overpasses, parks and plants. The unusual green building was nicknamed “garden paradise”. Most of the noise is around two huge bio-domes – the Rainforest and the Flower Dome and, of course, tall artificial super-trees.

The domes are the size of four football fields, and about 220,000 plants from all continents of the planet will find a new home here. Interestingly, in the Flower Dome, garden waste will power a huge steam turbine, which in turn will generate the electricity needed to keep the domes climate controlled. The Domes are the only area in Gardens by the Bay where admission fees will be charged.

We bring to your attention a photo of amazing super-trees, created by human hands. Gardens by the Bay will open on June 29th.

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1. In total, there are 18 super-trees in the gardens with a height of 25 to 50 m.

2. Bridges and overpasses (128 m long and 22 m high) will connect the tallest trees, giving visitors an incredible view of the Gardens by the Bay.

3. 11 of the trees have photovoltaic solar systems for converting solar energy into conventional energy.

4. Solar energy collected during the day is used to illuminate structures at night.

5. Each super-tree has tropical flowers and a variety of ferns towering over a steel frame.

6. Sheds serve as temperature regulators, absorbing and spreading heat and providing a saving chill for those below.

7. Trees also collect rainwater.

8. Super-trees consist of almost 163,000 plants of over 200 species.

9. Each tree has a concrete base, a steel trunk with plant panels and a canopy at the top, raised by a system of hydraulic jacks.

10. The gardens were designed by the UK-based architectural firm Grant Associates.

11. The gardens will be open every day from 5 am to 2 am.

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90,000 Singapore, Hong Kong and the Philippines

  • Day 1-4

    Arrival in Singapore. Checking into a hotel in the Geylang area. Climb to the roof of the world famous Marina bay sands hotel, walk through modern man-made gardens Gardens by the bay, visit the Singapore Zoo – one of the best zoos in the world, inspect the national collection of orchids in the botanical garden, visit the National Museum of Singapore, the Temple of the Tooth Relic. We will visit Chinatown several times for a unique gastronomic experience. For those who wish – an independent visit to the amusement park – Universal Studios.Flight to Hong Kong, checking into a hotel in the center.

  • Day 5-7

    During two days in Hong Kong, we will visit Lantau Island with its Ngong Ping 360 cable car, Po Lin Monastery and the giant Buddha statue, as well as walk through the Tai O fishermen village and local beaches.On Hong Kong Island, we will climb the famous Victoria Peak by funicular, visit Hong Kong Park, St. John’s Cathedral, go to Man Mo Temple and walk along the famous Cat street. In the continental part of the city, we will visit the Won Tai Sin temple and the picturesque Nan Lian garden with a monastery. And in between sightseeing, we will taste all kinds of Asian cuisine presented in Hong Kong. Short flight to Manila.

  • Day 8-9

    Arrival in Manila, checking into a hotel in the Ermita area.Visit the ancient city of Intramuros with its stunning 16th century St. Augustine Cathedral, walk through Rizal Park and Roxas Boulevard. Perhaps we will also make a trip to Taal volcano (about 2 hours by bus), where we will get to the active crater of the volcano by boats and horses.

  • Day 10-12

    Short flight to Palawan island. Transfer to El Nido (about 5-6 hours by minibus), checking into a guesthouse near the sea. The next 3 days we will sail on boats on the nearby picturesque islets, swim and get acquainted with the local underwater world, as well as visit the waterfall and the most picturesque beach. Overnight transfer to the airport by minibus (approximately 5-6 hours) and a short flight to Ilo Ilo.

  • Day 13-15

    Arrival in Ilo Ilo, checking into a hotel in the center.Visit to the churches of Molo and Miag – ao, a day trip to the nearby island of Guimaras, a visit to the Gisi lighthouse and tasting all kinds of local delicacy – mango.

  • Day 16-17

    Transfer by ferry to Bacolod on the island of Negros, a bus trip to the foot of the Kanlaon volcano (together about 2 hours on the way). Overnight stay near the hot springs in the Mambukal resort, swimming in the springs, watching hundreds of flying foxes – the largest bats in the world, a short hike to the mountain waterfalls. From Mambukala we will go to Dumaguete by bus (about 4-5 hours), and then take a ferry (1 hour on the way) to the town of Oslob on the island of Cebu. Here we will have a unique experience – we will swim with whale sharks in the open sea! This shark reaches up to 8 meters in length, but is not dangerous to humans. On the contrary, the person is dangerous to her! Careless contact with shark skin can cause burns and scratches.Therefore, while watching the sea monsters floating around you, avoid too close contact! Recovering from the exciting sensations, we sail to the Panglao island (about 2 hours on the way), where we settle in houses on the Alona Beach.

  • Day 19-20

    In two days on the island, we will visit the legendary Chocolate Hills, the Tarsier (tarsiers) reserve and ancient churches, as well as visit the small neighboring islets. Every night – fresh fish, squid and shellfish. Short flight to Manila.

  • Day 21

    Departure from Manila back home.

  • 90,000 Singapore attractions – Gardens by the Bay and super trees, description, how to get there, photos, video

    Another great free attraction in Singapore is Gardens by the Bay.They are located right in the city center, near the Marina Bay Sands hotel. Most likely you saw huge trees in the photographs of Singapore, like from the movie “Avatar”? So this is part of the Gardens by the Bay. Perhaps one of the most impressive parts.

    It is better to visit the gardens in the late afternoon, when it is no longer so hot to have time to see them in the sunlight and with night illumination, and also to catch a show of growing trees. Entrance to the gardens is absolutely free from 5 am to 2 am.

    The main attraction of the gardens is an alley with giant super-trees ranging in height from 25 to 50 meters.They are vertical steel-framed gardens entwined with tropical plants, flowers and ferns. Solar panels are installed on the super-trees, the energy from which is used to illuminate the garden in the evening and at night. Every day at 7.45 and 8.45 a light and music show is held for guests in the super-tree alley.

    If you want to walk along the bridge between the trees and look at the gardens from a height of 22 meters, nothing could be easier. The ticket costs $ 8 for an adult and $ 5 for a child.You can buy them here at the checkout.

    Gardens by the Bay is not limited to giant super trees. More than 225 thousand plants from various continents have been planted throughout the territory, alleys with water cascades, waterfalls, ponds have been created, and two greenhouses have been opened – the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest. The entrance to them is already paid. In 2014, a kindergarten with a playground, an obstacle course and water activities was opened on the territory of the complex.

    What else is interesting about Gardens by the Bay? It all depends on how much time you have.A walk across the entire territory will take a couple of hours. You can also visit the Heritage Garden, dragonfly and kingfisher lakes, the plant world and much more. Gardens by the Bay often hosts free exhibitions and concerts. Be sure to check the schedule on the official website before visiting. Perhaps someone famous will perform during your holiday.

    Official website: gardensbythebay.com.sg
    Park opening hours: from 5 am to 2 am.
    Show: at 7.45 and 8.45.
    Coordinates: 1.282045, 103.863924

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    90,000 Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. Super Trees and Greenhouse “Cloud Forest”

    Gardens by the Bay or in our opinion “Gardens by the Bay” – a technological park in Singapore near the Marina Bay Sands hotel. Here are the famous “super trees”, like from the movie Avatar, in the evening there is a show, and you can also go to the greenhouses “Flower House” and “Cloud Forest” with a waterfall.The entrance to the park is free.

    It is pleasant to walk in the park by the bay, both in the afternoon and in the evening. With the onset of darkness, beautiful lighting turns on, light shows are held. You feel like in a fairy tale.

    Videos from the tree show

    You can walk in the park and watch the show for free. For an additional fee (8sgd) you can climb the bridge between the trees. In the largest tree there is a restaurant in the crown. According to reviews, the food is not very good there, but you can have a cocktail.

    Cloud Forest Greenhouse

    For an additional fee, in Gardens by The Bay you can visit the greenhouses – a flower and a mountain with a waterfall. You can go to both greenhouses or choose one of them. Tickets are sold, both complex and separately. When buying a package ticket, each pavilion turns out to be a little cheaper. But we didn’t have time for the second one, so we went to the most spectacular one – “Cloud Forest”. A ticket to only one greenhouse costs 14SGD, cards are accepted for payment.

    At the entrance there is a huge artificial waterfall. Mountain with a 9-storey building, covered with living tropical plants and flowers. You must see it with your own eyes! You need to take the elevator upstairs. Then go down along the bridges and terraces. Those who are afraid of heights can do without suspension bridges and go down the stairs inside the “mountain”.

    Conclusion: awesome! must see!

    Where to Stay in Singapore

    • Hotel G Singapore
    • Hotel Boss
    • Orchid Hotel
    • Fragrance Hotel Riverside

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    Gardens by the Bay on the map

    How to get there: MRT Bayfront, follow signs for 10 minutes to Gardens By The Bay. From the Marina Bay Sands hotel the same way. On foot, you can walk in 40 minutes from the embankment with the Merlion across the DNA bridge and even from the center of Singapore. Opening hours from 6 am to 10 pm. The entrance to the park is free.

    How we prepare for the trip

    • We buy tours on Travelata
    • We are looking for tickets at Aviasales
    • We rent hotels through Booking, and apartments on Sutochno.ru
    • Making insurance on Cherehapa
    • Airport transfer via Kiwitaxi website
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    Is Singapore an offshore jurisdiction

    Often entrepreneurs use the term offshore to describe their foreign company, but not in all cases the use of this word reflects the real essence.Is it correct to call Singapore companies offshore and is the jurisdiction an offshore in the classical sense?

    Singapore cannot be classified as a classic offshore company. However, there are also non-classical offshore jurisdictions (mid-shores), which have some characteristics typical of classic offshore. Singapore can be safely attributed to this group of countries.

    Is Singapore an offshore tax haven?

    In classic offshore companies, companies are exempt from taxation at the legislative level.It is a characteristic feature of classic offshore jurisdictions. Consequently, when the term “offshore” is used, the interlocutor has an association – a tax haven.

    Singapore cannot be classified as a classic offshore, as the official corporate tax rate is 17%. On the other hand, the government provides a number of tax breaks and incentives to reduce the tax burden to almost zero, and on some types of income there is no tax at all. So startups (i.e.young companies not older than 3 years) can use a special scheme:

    1. On the first 100 thousand SGD of annual income, the exemption is 100%, that is, the tax rate is 0%.
    2. For the next 200 thousand SGD of annual income (from 100,001 to 300,000) – 50%, that is, the rate is 8. 5%.
    3. Over SGD 300 thousand of annual income is taxed at the full 17% rate.

    In addition, there is a tax rebate of 50%, but not more than 20,000 SGD.

    Capital gains, dividends from foreign sources, income from branches in other countries and from services received from other countries are exempt from taxation.

    Therefore, Singapore is a non-classical offshore – mid-shore.

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    Is a Singapore company offshore when doing business outside the country?

    Another characteristic feature of the classic offshore is the absence of the company’s activity in the country of its establishment. It is enough for a classic offshore company to simply have a registered address.

    What’s in Singapore? Yes, a company can conduct its business outside the country, but in order to benefit from tax incentives, the company must be managed and controlled from Singapore and must comply with other legal requirements.On the other hand, in the Companies Law there is a requirement for the mandatory presence of a registered office of an enterprise (actual, not postal) in the territory of the jurisdiction.

    Another point emphasizing Singapore’s attitude to non-classical offshore companies – mid-shores.

    Is Singapore an offshore in terms of filing reports?

    A company registered in a classic offshore is exempted from the need to submit annual financial statements. This is a definite plus.First, it can significantly reduce the cost of maintaining a company. Secondly, a high level of confidentiality of cash flows is guaranteed.

    In Singapore, the company submits a tax return every year, as well as an audit report. Of course, there are exempted companies that may not audit for income up to SGD 10 million. It is possible to change the deadline for filing a tax return, or submit it to the Tax Authority in electronic form.

    Consequently, Singapore should not be equated with classical offshore companies in terms of reporting.

    Is Singapore offshore in terms of the publicity of the Registries?

    In classic offshores, the registers of shareholders and directors are not public. This allows you to maintain confidentiality, control over funds and use this advantage of countries in international tax planning.

    In Singapore, the Registers of Directors and Shareholders are public. In addition, other Registers are maintained, which are provided to authorized bodies only upon request, and are not available to third parties (therefore, not public):

    • Register of Beneficiaries.
    • Register of nominee directors.

    On this point, Singapore cannot be classified as offshore.

    Is Singapore offshore in terms of mandatory capital payments?

    In a classic offshore, you can register a company without the obligatory payment of the authorized capital. In other words, the process of establishing an enterprise is simplified and shortened.

    In Singapore, the size of the paid-up authorized capital is purely symbolic – only 1 Singapore dollar.It can be increased at any time after registration. It is also worth noting that the establishment of a company in a jurisdiction takes 1-3 days due to a well-developed e-government system.

    So, Singapore in this case is as close as possible to classic offshore companies.

    Is Singapore an offshore company in terms of ease of closing?

    It is very easy to close an offshore company registered in a classic offshore. This is a definite plus.

    In Singapore, there are 2 options for liquidating a legal entity:

    1. Deleted from the Register of Companies (procedure term 5-6 months).
    2. Liquidation (takes 1 year on average).

    At the time of the liquidation of the company, Singapore does not belong to offshore companies.

    Singapore – offshore or not? Summing up

    Singapore should be classified as a non-classical offshore – midshore. There is a favorable tax system, which allows to reduce the tax burden to almost zero, the symbolic size of the authorized capital and the shortest possible time to establish a company. Together with other advantages of the jurisdiction, Singapore can be safely called an ideal mid-shore country for setting up a foreign company.

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    Singapore Super-Trees Park »Flew.RU

    The photographs of this park look unrealistic, as if a good web designer created these pictures in virtual space as something from the future. However, it exists! And very real. An unusual attraction is located in Singapore, in the “Marina Bay”. This is a park of 18 super-trees, 25-50 meters high, with an area of ​​101 hectares.Man-made mega-trees are surrounded by ordinary plants, fresh flowers. This complex is a unique entertainment facility that tourists from all over the world come to see.

    Marina Bay Park was opened in 2012, built with the support of British architects, as a large-scale greening project in Singapore, one of the sides of the park overlooks the embankment. The super-trees are based on metal and concrete structures, densely hung with electric garlands and lanterns, braided from above with real climbing plants.They look most impressive at night, when all the fluorescent multi-colored backlight begins to work in full force. By the way, the park is very economical in terms of energy consumption, because it is powered exclusively by solar energy. Solar panels are built into the structure, which accumulate energy all day and effectively illuminate the territory at night.

    The impressive vertical cyborg trees as high as a 16-storey building have special sheds that shade the surrounding area during the day, thus making the living plants below feel more comfortable. By the way, rare exotic species of flora from all over the world grow on the earth – about 200 species, many of them are endangered. Therefore, this place is considered a relict botanical garden.

    The usefulness of “iron trees” does not end there, some of them collect rainwater, which is then used to irrigate greenhouses and fountains. Several other giants are equipped with air conditioning units and “suck” vapors from greenhouses, purifying the air. The architects called Marina Bay “a smart park”, and that is what it is – artificial crowns have more useful functions than real ones.In the reinforcing niches of super-trees, 162,900 plants grow, and only climbers are engaged in planting, watering and caring for them. Giant metal plants are firmly connected to each other by a hanging 128-meter air road – OCBC Skyway. From there – from a 22-meter height, amazing panoramic views open to Singapore. When you are on top, you get the feeling that you are floating above the ground.

    A restaurant has been built in one of the trees and can be reached by a high-speed elevator.In the evening, in the vertical gardens, a stunning show begins, with mesmerizing lights and soundtracks. There are 48 powerful stereo speakers in different corners of the garden, which provide good sound, even in the most distant places.

    The park is constantly developing, the architectural creation is replenished with new futuristic objects. By the way, there used to be an ocean on the site of the park, but Singapore is consistently reclaiming land from the water, implementing the most fantastic projects.

    Gardens by the Bay in Singapore – one of the favorite tourist attractions

    Gardens by the Bay in Singapore (Gardens by the Bay) or, as they are also called, Futuristic Gardens of Singapore is one of the most famous and interesting sights of the city.In my subjective opinion, this is a must see place in Singapore.

    If you are in the city for a short time or you have a long connection at Changi Airport, feel free to go to the famous Marina Bay Sands complex and Gardens by the Bay next to it.

    Gardens by the Bay in Singapore Gardens by the Bay in Singapore in the evening lights Gardens by the Bay and the famous hotel in the background

    Gardens by the Bay

    Gardens by the Bay is a huge park that covers an area of ​​about 100 hectares.On the territory of the park there are:

    • Two huge greenhouse greenhouses – a flower house (Flower Dome) and a cloud forest (Cloud Forest)
    • Eighteen giant “trees” aka Supertree Grove
    • Bridge at a height of 22 m (skyway ), which connects two huge super trees
    • Bar and restaurant on top of one of the super trees
    • Children’s Garden
    • Pavilion with cacti
    • Themed gardens with sculptures
    • Lake
    • A huge amount of tropical vegetation

    Gardens by the Bay Park Map There are many signs and posters with map maps in the garden

    Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is not only a popular tourist attraction, but also a favorite park among locals, where they relax on weekends and go jogging in the morning and in the evening.

    The park “Gardens by the Bay in Singapore” is open from 5 am to 2 am, visiting the park is free, you only have to pay extra for visiting greenhouses and a sky-bridge.

    Greenhouses – greenhouses in gardens by the bay

    In the park, under huge glass domes, there are two huge greenhouses – greenhouses. One greenhouse is the Flower Dome, i.e. flower house, which contains a collection of flowers and plants from all over the world. Flower arrangements change frequently, in April our spring flowers – tulips – were in full bloom in this pavilion 🙂

    The second greenhouse is Cloud Forest or cloud forest.The atmosphere of the tropics is created here: at the entrance a 35-meter waterfall meets, tropical plants delight the eye. Read more here:

    – Greenhouses – greenhouses in Singapore: Flower Dome and Cloud Forest. Many photos

    The large glass dome is one of the greenhouses in the Gardens by the Bay In the Flower Dome Greenhouse A chic exhibition of tulips Any tulips, especially in Asia 🙂 And this is in the huge Greenhouse Cloud Forest

    Cost of visiting the greenhouses: 28 SGD for adults and 15 SGD for children from 3 to 12 years. The cost is indicated for two greenhouses. You can buy tickets in advance on this website. Will be cheaper!

    Working hours: 9:00 – 21:00, ticket offices close at 20:00.

    Super Trees in Singapore

    Most of all in the gardens by the bay I was struck by huge futuristic trees or super trees. 18 giant “trees” 25-50 meters high, made of iron and wire, their “roots” are entwined with various tropical plants and flowers. “Trees” accumulate solar energy during the day, and in the evening this energy is used for lighting.Also, these trees are the cooling and ventilation system of the two greenhouses, about which I wrote above.

    Walking under these giants in the gardens by the bay, it seems like you got into some kind of movie about the future 🙂

    Gardens by the Bay: futuristic trees. View from the rooftop of Marina Bay Sands Here they are Super Trees! Made of metal, and plants growing on them The trees are so huge they don’t fit in the frame. The roots of the tree are completely entwined with tropical plantsCrown of the Super Tree “Grove” made of “trees”. The photo was taken from the greenhouse Trees in the night light

    OCBC Skyway

    Two super trees are connected by a path (Skyway), the length of which is 128 meters, and it is located at a height of 22 meters.This path can be reached by elevator and enjoy a bird’s eye view of the gardens by the bay.

    Skyway entrance fee: SGD 8 for adults and SGD 5 for children 3-12 years old. Tickets can be bought either on the spot (you cannot pay with a card) or you can purchase a complex ticket in advance: greenhouses + skyway at this link.

    Working hours: You can climb the trail from 9 am to 9 pm, the ticket office is open until 8 pm, and they stop going up at 8:30.

    Bridge (skyway) among trees at a height of 22 m OCBC Skyway

    Bar and restaurant on one of the trees

    One of the super trees has a bar and a restaurant. To get to the rooftop bar you have to pay 20 SGD for an adult and 12 SGD for a child. A glass of wine, beer or soft drink is included in the visit. Of course, you can also order drinks and snakes upstairs in the bar 🙂

    In the restaurant on the futuristic tree you can have lunch or dinner. For this, it is advisable to book a table in advance. The minimum order must be 80 SGD + 17% taxes per person.

    Bar opening hours: 10:30 am to 1 am.

    Restaurant opening hours: lunch from 12:00 to 17:00, dinner from 17:00 to 23:30.

    At the top, in the crown of the most central large tree, there is a bar and restaurant Cost of entry to the bar at the top of the Super Tree 20 SGD

    Garden Rhapsody Show

    Every evening in the Gardens by the Bay near the Super Trees there is a Garden Rhapsody light and music show. The show lasts 10 minutes, during which the trees blink and shimmer with colorful lights to the beat of the music. I liked the Garden Rhapsody show so much that we went to see it several times, since our inexpensive hotel was within walking distance of almost all the interesting places in Singapore 🙂

    Where is the best place to watch the Garden Rhapsody show? It seems to me that the most convenient way is to sit down, and it is better to lie down 🙂 on the green lawn near the trees – the view from there is simply amazing.

    We settled down on the lawn to watch the show

    Here are the photos taken without a tripod:

    We also watched this show from the height of the CE LA VI bar on the roof of the Marina Bay Sands hotel and next to the hill in the park. But the best view is on the green lawn 🙂

    Down there super trees are glowing and blinking

    It’s hard to convey my emotions from the show in words, so just watch the Garden Rhapsody video and enjoy 🙂

    The time of the show in the Gardens by the Bay: at 19:45 and 20: 45

    Cost: free

    Children’s entertainment

    On the territory of the park, gardens by the bay, a children’s playground was opened several years ago.Most of all I liked the fountain, in which not only children, but also adults can splash 🙂 There are changing rooms, toilets, showers, a children’s cafe. Nearby there is an adventure trail and tree houses.

    Working hours: from 10:00 to 19:00 on weekdays and from 9:00 to 21:00 on weekends and holidays. Monday is a day off.

    Cost: free of charge

    Free fun for kids in the park

    Gardens by the Bay Park

    Gardens by the Bay Park is a pleasure to walk both day and night.We did not have time to go around the entire park, but what we managed to see left an indelible impression! You can say this to yourself almost in the center of Singapore, and there are tropical plants nearby and almost no people 🙂 The bulk of tourists walk only under Super Trees and near greenhouses. Well, in the evening, during a light show, a crowd of tourists rushes to the park. Eh, we would have such parks, otherwise Kiev is disappointing this summer 🙁

    Park Gardens by the Singapore Bay is a very pleasant place to relax and walk.

    Lake in the park. A gray rainy day that confused our plans a little The same lake in the evening illumination Around the lake there is a wooden deck for walking. And there is such beauty around! In the evening, the locals run around the lakeSculpture in the parkCould you say from this landscape that you are in the center of Singapore? 🙂Gardens by the Bay in Singapore

    When is the best time to visit Gardens by the Bay

    Tourists often wonder when is the best time to visit Gardens by the Bay: in the afternoon or in the evening. I believe that it is best to do this: in the daytime, in the very heat, visit the greenhouses, it is cool there, just dress warmer 🙂 Book at least two hours for visiting two greenhouses.Then take a leisurely stroll through the park in the daylight, climb the skyway, then have a bite to eat in some cafe nearby, or go down to the food court in the Marina Bay Sands shopping mall, and then return to the trees when it gets dark, watch the show and stroll through the park at night. backlight.

    If you do not have so much time to visit this attraction, then come to the gardens by the bay for the evening show. Yet everything looks impressive in the backlight!

    Tip: If you want to take beautiful photos in the night light, take a tripod. We lost our tripod somewhere in Cambodia, so we were left without beautiful night photos.

    The Gardens by the Bay are beautifully illuminated in the evenings and are charmingly worth a visit at night!

    Gardens by the Bay in Singapore photo

    And some more photos of Singapore gardens

    Video

    Gardens by the Bay: how to get there

    Bayfront metro station closest to the gardens by the bay, then follow the signs to Gardens by the Bay. In a few years, the plan is to open the Gardens by the Bay MRT metro station.I wrote here how to get from the airport to the city center.

    By the way, you can get from the park entrance to the greenhouses by shuttle service for 3 SGD per person.

    Gardens by the Bay in Singapore official website: gardensbythebay.com.sg

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