Treasure at Tampines @ Tampines Street 11
Why should Treasure at Tampines be your home?
1. Convenience and Accessibility at Treasure at Tampines
Convenience is the key when you are choosing your ideal home. The Treasure at Tampines is convenient as it is located in Tampines heartland where the amenities are nearby such as NTUC Supermarket, where you can purchase your groceries there. At Tampines, it is also famous and popular for the Tampines Retail Park, Courts, Giant and IKEA. These brings more options to buy furniture at Courts, IKEA and not to forget, the wonderful food that IKEA sells and fresh vegetables and fruits at Giant.
• It is relatively close to not 1 but 2 MRT Stations
Besides being near to Tampines, Treasure at Tampines is also 10 minutes away from Simei MRT. Near Simei MRT, Eastpoint Mall is situated right at the centre and heart of Simei Estate. After a huge makeover, it is now 6 storey high and owned by NTUC income Co-operative and managed by Frasers Centrepoint. It is where it is a vibrant mall with 100 shops and it is easily accessible by many forms of public transport to travel there. It brings convenience for home buyers as there are shops such as Daiso, FairPrice supermarket that is 24-hour, first-in-Singapore Korean porridge chain J-store as one of the 30 creative food and beverage concepts in the mall, and also comprises of Halal eateries Eighteen Chefs and Hanis Café and Bakery. Eastpoint Mall also provides 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.
• Access to Health Facilities
If you have any medical check ups, it is less of a hassle to travel out of Tampines to your check ups. There is a Changi General Hospital that is a few minutes walk from Treasure At Tampines.
2. Amenities within the vicinity of Treasure at Tampines
With Treasure at Tampines, you will not face the problems of not being able to find necessities or entertainment.
It is a maisonette. At the Treasure at Tampines, there are 2 Children’s Playground, an Activity Room, parking lots available at the car park and the maisonette is protected by the 24 hours security.
Within the vicinity of Treasure at Tampines, there are many malls surrounding it. There is Tampines 1, Tampines Mall and Century Square. Century Square, a 6-storey shopping mall, which opened in 1995, is newly renovated in one year.
• Century Square and Tampines Mall
Century Square is 200,000 square feet and had 125 stores. After renovation, it finally reopened in June 6, 2018. It is also a mall where the first e-library was built in the mall, where users are able to download e-books into their smart phones at the virtual library installed on the fourth floor. There is also an expansion in the space of nursing rooms, and new washrooms as well as new lifts and escalators that was renovated. It is now 216,055 square feet and increased their shop units from 125 to 218, a comparison of 70%. This is even bigger than Tampines Mall that comprises of 160 shop units. Besides, other than the shops, there are many activities that you and your family can do together – Catching the movies at Golden Village located at Tampines Mall.
• Tampines Hub
There is also Tampines Hub which is round the corner. There are retail stores, stores that serve you food and beverage and enrichment centres such as My English School, Inventive Kids Play-Based STEM Learning Centre and even HomeTeam NS Tampines. At HomeTeam NS Tampines, there is Laser Quest activity where it is perfect for parties, family gatherings and team-bonding activities for companies and schools.
At the Tampines Hub, there are various sports facilities that you and your loved ones can participate. There are futsal courts, hockey court, tennis courts and a sports hall that is an 1800 seater meant for floorball, handball, volleyball, basketball, sepak takraw, and it can also be booked to host community events. Apart from the sports hall, there is also a community auditorium where it houses 20 indoor badminton courts and it can hold 1,500 people. There is also a swimming complex that has a total of 6 pools, Jacuzzi that caters to the sports enthusiasts and athletes. This is ideal after a long day at work or in school. Opened in the third quarter of 2017, there is a gymnasium at Level 7 for those who love working out. There is also a jogging track that opens daily from 7am and 12 midnight, bringing convenience with the lockers and shower facilities available for you. The most unique part of the Tampines Hub for the soccer and rugby lovers is that there is a FIFA-endorsed Quality Pro football pitch, and it is a 5,000 seater stadium. Many other facilities such as the sky garden that is appealing for children and barbecue pits are available for rent as well.
Not to mention, there is also the Tampines Regional Library that is 5 floors and there is a huge space for studying for students and reading, as well as many events that are planned. In the future, there are indoor kitchens available in the Tampines Regional Library for the cooking classes that will be held.
3. Schools near Tampines At Treasures
• Kindergarten and Primary Schools
For your child’s education, there is a number of schools around Treasure at Tampines. For instance, there is the Changi Bethany Kindergarten, St Hilda’s Primary School, Angsana Primary School, Jun Yuan Primary, Gongshang Primary, Chong Zheng Primary School, Changkat Primary School and Tampines Primary School. There is also a Kidz Treehouse Student Care at Tampines Primary School where your kids can be well taken care of.
• Secondary Schools
Progressing forward, there is also Tampines Secondary School, St Hilda’s Secondary School, Pasir Ris Secondary School, East Spring Secondary School, East View Secondary School, Changkat Secondary School, Anglican High School, Dunman Secondary School.
• Polytechnics and Universities
There is Temasek Polytechnic, as well as Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). Singapore University of Technology Design is one of the top local universities in Singapore that is focused on Architecture and Sustainable Design (ASD), Engineering Product Development (EPD), Engineering Systems and Design (ESD) or Information Systems Technology and Design (ISTD). It is the only institution in Singapore other than the Yale-NUS College to follow an integrated admissions process that is holistic.
4. Job Opportunities nearby Treasure at Tampines
With huge companies situated there, residents can enjoy the short distance travelling to companies such as Seletar, Changi Airport, Standard Chartered, DBS, IBM and Changi Business Park, which could possibly be potential job opportunities for residents.
As this is a good location, OCBC and UOB have also shifted to operate here, including big offices such as Hitachi and Singapore Airlines.
5. Must-See Attractions near Treasure at Tampines
• Nature Parks
Besides the great malls and amenities, 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. Tampines Eco Green Park is linked via park connectors from Tampines Biking Trail and Sun Plaza Park, where you and your loved ones can explore and enjoy its beauty with the flora and fauna. It is known for bird watching and nature appreciation. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is one of the highlights of many, where there is a mountain bike trail and there are even events held such as a walk with monkeys to learn more about their social circle and community.
There is also the Quarry Park, which is a former sand quarry just situated across the boundary of Tampines. Chance upon the best sights in this place!
For people who love the outdoors, for runners, water sports enthusiasts and nature lovers, the attractions around MacRitchie Reservoir is just catered specially for you. It is the largest reservoir in Singapore where it is a part of a water catchment system that captures rain and water. At the MacRitchie Reservoir, there is a tree top walk where you are able to see at a bird’s eye view of the plants and animals that live in the forest canopy. It is at the highest point at the MacRitchie Reservoir, at the famous free-standing suspension bridge that is 250 metres. The nature walking trail loop is 11 kilometres long, and for those who love thrilling activities, you can even rent kayaks at the Paddle Lodge and have some fun in the water. At the Paddle Lodge, there is a designated area for beginners, and another area for experienced paddlers.
MRT Station near Treasure at Tampines
For home buyers with vehicles, within a 5 minutes drive, you will be able to reach your destination at Tampines MRT or the malls nearby the Tampines MRT. It is nearby the Tampines Expressway (TPE) where it links the new towns of Pasir Ris, Tampines, Punggol and Seletar. Besides the Tampines Expressway (TPE), there is Pan Island Expressway (PIE) where it connects Tuas in the west to Changi Airport in the east.
The Tampines Bus Interchange is an open-air premise situated in the town centre which is nearby the Tampines MRT Station, it is located at Block 512. It is by far the 4th busiest bus interchange in Singapore, At the Tampines Interchange, there are approximately 27 bus services to help you to reduce your time travelling. Something unique about the Tampines Bus Interchange is that it is renovated in 2008 so that the bus interchange is wheelchair-accessible, along with the bus services that are provided to serve commuters.
Besides the Tampines Bus Interchange that will serve you well, there is also a Tampines Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the Downtown line where it can connect you and other commuters from Bukit Panjang in the north-west to Expo in the east. The downtown line also has 35 stations, and in 2024, there will be an extension from Expo to Sungei Bedok which is an additional of 2.2 kilometres. It is currently 41.9 kilometres long. Instead of 71 minutes to Bukit Panjang via the East West Line, it will take you 51 minutes and reduce 20 minutes of your travelling time. For those who are working in the Central Business District (CBD) area, you will take approximately 30 minutes from Tampines MRT on the downtown line to your destination. Travelling will be less of a hassle! You do not just have one means of travelling, but you have 3 means of travelling via the downtown line, east west line, and bus services.
Other than the Treasure at Tampines being close proximity with Tampines MRT Station, it is also a few minutes walk away to Tampines West and Simei MRT Station. There are also cycle friendly pavements that makes it even more accessible and convenient.