Treasure at Tampines by Sim Lian

Treasure at Tampines by Sim Lian

In choosing your ideal home, comfort is one of that components to take into consideration. The Treasure at Tampines is convenient as it is situated in Tampines heartland where the amenities are nearby like NTUC Supermarket, where you can buy your groceries there. With the Tampines Retail Park, Courts, Giant and IKEA, Tampines has become popular. These will give you options to get at Courts for your furniture, amazing food from IKEA and also the fresh veggies and fruits you can get at Giant.

The Simei MRT is only Ten minutes away from Treasure at Tampines. Close to Simei MRT, Eastpoint Mall is located right at the centre and heart of Simei Estate. After a huge transformation, it is now 6 storey high and owned by NTUC income Co-operative and managed by Frasers Centrepoint. Traveling there through any transportation is convenient and it is where you can see vibrant mall with 100 shops. Easpoint mall also provides attractions your children would want like and enrichment centre and a nautical themed rooftop play area.

Not to mention, there’s also the Tampines Regional Library which is 5 floors and there’s a huge space for studying for students and reading, and also many events that are prepared. Later on, there are indoor kitchens available in the Tampines Regional Library for the cooking classes that will be held.

Aside from the great malls and facilities, if you are a fan of real nature and love sightseeing, Treasure at Tampines are also near to Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Tampines Eco Green Park and MacRitchie Reservoir are parks worth a trip. Connected via park connectors from the Sun Plaza Park and Tampines Biking Trail, Tampines Eco Green Park is where you and those dear to you can enjoy and discover its beauty with the fauna and flora. Bird watching as well as nature admiration is common here. Another park to see is the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve which has a mountain bike trail and several events are being held here such as a walk with monkeys to understand their social circle and community.

Across the boundary of Tampines lies the Quarry Park, an old sand quarry. Get the opportunity to catch the best sight in this park!

For people who love the outdoors, for runners, water sports fanatics and nature lovers, the attractions around MacRitchie Reservoir is simply catered specifically for you. It’s part of a water catchment system which catches water and rain and is considered the largest reservoir in Singapore. There’s 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 located at the highest point at the MacRitchie Reservoir, situated at the well-known free-standing 250 metres suspension bridge.