Treasure at Tampines

Treasure at Tampines

The most important component being considered when selecting your ideal home is convenience. With Treasure at Tampines’ location, facilities like NTUC Supermarket is easily accessible. Tampines is also famous for the Courts, Tampines Retail Park, Giant and IKEA. These brings more options to purchase furniture at Courts, IKEA and not to forget, the great food that IKEA sells and fresh vegetables and fruits at Giant.

The Simei MRT is simply Ten minutes away from Treasure at Tampines. Eastpoint Mall is found right in the middle and center of Simei Estate near the Simei MRT. After a big transformation, it is now 6 storey high and owned by NTUC income Co-operative and managed by Frasers Centrepoint. It is where it’s a vibrant mall with 100 shops and it is easily accessible by many forms of public transport to travel there. Eastpoint Mall also provides attractions for your kids with its enrichment centres as well as a nautical themed rooftop play section where lots of children would like to be there.

Treasure at Tampines is also near to the 5-storey building library can also be found called Tampines Regional Library which has a broad space for studying and events which are planned. Soon, indoor kitchens would be available in the Tampines Regional Library for its cooking classes.

Aside from the great shopping malls and facilities, if you are a fan of real nature and love sightseeing, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Tampines Eco Green Park and MacRitchie Reservoir are parks worth a visit. Linked via park connectors from the Sun Plaza Park and Tampines Biking Trail, Tampines Eco Green Park is where you and those dear to you could enjoy and explore its beauty with the fauna and flora. It is known for bird watching and nature appreciation. An event such as walk with monkey is being held at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve to know more about their community and social circle and it also have a mountain bike trail.

Across the boundary of Tampines lies the Quarry Park, an old sand quarry. Stunning view awaits you from this place!

A wonderfully suited park for runners, water sports fanatics, nature lovers and those who love the outdoors is the attractions around MacRitchie Reservoir. It is considered Singapore’s biggest reservoir where it’s also part of a water catchment system that catches rain and water. At the MacRitchie Reservoir, there’s a tree top walk where you are able to see at a bird’s eye view of the plants and animals which live in the forest canopy. It’s found at the highest point at the MacRitchie Reservoir, based at the famous free-standing 250 metres suspension bridge.