Why Treasure at Tampines is your ideal house?

Why Treasure at Tampines is your ideal house?

The important aspect being considered in picking your ideal home is comfort. The Treasure at Tampines is convenient because it is located in Tampines heartland where the amenities are close by such as NTUC Supermarket, where you can purchase your groceries there. At Tampines, it’s also famous and popular for the Tampines Retail Park, Courts, Giant and IKEA. These will give you options to get at Courts for your furniture, incredible food from IKEA and also the fresh veggies and fruits you can get at Giant.

The Simei MRT is simply Ten minutes away from Treasure at Tampines. Located right in the center of Sime Estate, lies the Eastpoint Mall, near the Simei MRT. After a big renovation, it’s now owned by NTUC income Co-operative with 6 storey high and being run by Frasers Centrepoint. You may also see vibrant mall here with 100 shops that you can easily access by any transportation available. Eastpoint Mall also offers attractions for your kids with its enrichment centres and also a nautical themed rooftop play section where lots of kids would like to be there.

A 5-storey building library could also be found called Tampines Regional Library that has a wide space for studying and events which are planned. Soon, indoor kitchens will be accessible in the Tampines Regional Library for its cooking classes.

Parks nearby Treasure at Tampines are like Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Tampines Eco Green Park and MacRitchie Reservoir are excellent if you’re a real nature fan. 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. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is one of the highlights of many, where there’s a mountain bike trail and there are even occasions held such as a walk with monkeys to find out more about their social circle and community.

Across the boundary of Tampines lies the Quarry Park, a former sand quarry. Witness the best views in this spot!

A wonderfully suited park for runners, water sports enthusiasts, nature lovers and people who love the outdoors is the attractions around MacRitchie Reservoir. It’s part of a water catchment system which catches water and rain and is considered the biggest reservoir in Singapore. Having a bird’s eye view of the animals and plants in the forest canopy is possible from the tree top walk at MacRitchie Reservoir. It’s at the highest point at the MacRitchie Reservoir, at the well-known free-standing suspension bridge that is 250 metres.