Take a look inside Vivian Lai's $8m home

Take a look inside Vivian Lai's $8m home
PHOTO: Lianhe Wanbao

After three years of house-hunting, local actress-host Vivian Lai has moved into her dream home this January.

She now lives in a three-storey semi-detached house with her husband Alain Ong, two daughters, and two domestic helpers.

Her 3,500 square feet home is located in central Singapore and is estimated to be worth $8 million, Lianhe Wanbao reported.

She has finally fulfilled her longtime wish of owning a piece of landed property, the 41-year-old told the paper.

Entering Lai's home, visitors will be greeted by the living room which is connected to an open concept kitchen and patio.

The master bedroom and Lai's dressing room/workspace occupy the second floor while the couple's daughters' bedrooms take up the rooms on the third floor.

And when the family are in the mood to belt out some tunes, they can do so in the privacy of their soundproof karaoke room located in the basement.

Lai joked that friends are surprised by the contemporary design of her home, which is unlike the girlish sweet style she's known for.

That's because she has matured and her tastes have evolved, Lai quipped.

A look inside Vivian Lai's $8m home

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    After three years of house-hunting, local actress-host Vivian Lai has moved into her dream home this January.

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    She now lives in a three-storey semi-detached house with her husband Alain Ong, two daughters, and two domestic helpers.

  • Open gallery
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    Her 3,500 square feet home is located in central Singapore and is estimated to be worth $8 million, Lianhe Wanbao reported.

  • Open gallery
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    She has finally fulfilled her longtime wish of owning a piece of landed property, the 41-year-old told the paper.

  • Open gallery

    Entering Lai's home, visitors will be greeted by the living room which is connected to an open concept kitchen and patio.

  • Open gallery
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    The master bedroom and Lai's dressing room/workspace occupy the second floor while the couple's daughters' bedrooms take up the rooms on the third floor.

  • Open gallery
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    Lai joked that friends are surprised by the contemporary design of her home, which is unlike the girlish sweet style she's known for.

  • Open gallery
  • Open gallery

    That's because she has matured and her tastes have evolved, Lai quipped.

  • Open gallery
  • Open gallery
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    And when the family are in the mood to belt out some tunes,

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    they can do so in the privacy of their soundproof karaoke room located in the basement.

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