The Treasure at Tampines by Sim Lian

The Treasure at Tampines by Sim Lian

The most important component being considered when selecting your ideal home is comfort. You don’t have to worry about where to buy groceries since Treasure Tampines is situated at the heart of Tampines, NTUC Supermarket could easily be accessed. At Tampines, it is also well-known and popular for the Tampines Retail Park, Courts, Giant and IKEA. With all these, you have an option to get your furnitures from Courts, taste amazing food from IKEA and purchase the finest fuits and veggies from Giant.

The Simei MRT is just 10 minutes away from Treasure at Tampines. Near Simei MRT, Eastpoint Mall is situated right at the centre and heart of Simei Estate. Now it is 6 storey high and owned by NTUC income co-operatives and Frasers Centrepoint is handling it. It’s where it is a vibrant mall with 100 shops and it is readily accessible by a lot of forms of public transport to travel there. Eastpoint Mall also offers attractions for your children with its enrichment centres as well as a nautical themed rooftop play section where many kids would love to be there.

Not forgetting the Tampines Regional Library, a 5 storey building that offers a wide space for students where they can read and study, and also events being planned. Later on, there are indoor kitchens available in the Tampines Regional Library for the cooking classes which will be held.

Aside from the great malls and many amenities, if you need a peaceful and relaxing sight, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Tampines Eco Green Park and MacRitchie Reservoir are ideal for you. Both you and your family members may explore and enjoy Tampines Eco Green Park’s habitats and plants and is linked via park connectors from Tampines Biking Trail and Sun Plaza Park. It’s well-known for bird watching and nature sight-seeing. An event like walk with monkey is being held at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve to learn much more about their community and social circle and it also have a mountain bike trail.

There is also the Quarry Park, which is a former sand quarry just located over the boundary of Tampines. Witness the best views in this spot!

The sights around MacRitchie Reservoir is beautifully suited for nature lovers, water sports fanatics, runners and people who admire outdoors. It’s part of a water catchment system which catches water and rain and is considered the biggest reservoir in Singapore. At the MacRitchie Reservoir, there’s a tree top walk where you’re able to see at a bird’s eye view of the plants and animals which live in the forest canopy. It’s at the highest point at the MacRitchie Reservoir, at the famous free-standing suspension bridge that is 250 metres.