Why you must consider Treasure at Tampines?
In choosing your ideal home, convenience is one of that factors to take into account. The Treasure at Tampines is convenient because it is located in Tampines heartland where the amenities are close by like NTUC Supermarket, where you can purchase your groceries there. With the Tampines Retail Park, Courts, Giant and IKEA, Tampines has become popular. These gives you choices to buy at Courts for your furniture, awesome food from IKEA and the fresh vegetables and fruits you can get at Giant.
The Simei MRT is only 10 minutes away from Treasure at Tampines. Eastpoint Mall is found right at the heart and center of Simei Estate near the Simei MRT. After a huge makeover, it’s now 6 storey high and properties of NTUC income Co-operative and managed by Frasers Centrepoint. It is where it’s a vibrant mall with One hundred shops and it is readily available by many forms of public transport to travel there. Eastpoint mall also features enrichment centres and also a play section with nautical theme where your children would have a great time.
Whether for studying or planning an event, Tampines Regional Library is a great establishment for students which offers wide space and is 5-storey high. In the future, there are indoor kitchens available in the Tampines Regional Library for the cooking classes which will be held.
Aside from the amenities and great malls, you can also visit Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Tampines Eco Green Park and MacRitchie Reservoir parks particularly if you’re a nature lover. Tampines Eco Green Park is home to the flora and fauna which you and your loved ones may explore and is connected through park connectors from Sun Plaza Park and Tampines Biking Trail. It is known for bird watching and nature appreciation. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is among the highlights of many, where there is a mountain bike trail and there are even events held such as a walk with monkeys to find out more about their social circle and community.
Quarry Park can also be found located across the border of Tampines and is formerly a sand quarry. Grab the chance to catch the best sight in this park!
A wonderfully suited park for runners, water sports enthusiasts, nature lovers and those who love the outdoors is the attractions around MacRitchie Reservoir. It’s part of a water catchment system that catches water and rain and is regarded as the largest reservoir in Singapore. There is a tree top walk that enables you to see the flora and fauna at a bird’s eye view at the MacRitchie Reservoir. It’s at the highest point at the MacRitchie Reservoir, at the famous free-standing suspension bridge that is 250 metres.