The Treasure at Tampines has already been launched in 2019.
Developed by Sim Lian Group Limited, the project is currently ongoing at the former Tampines Court, which is along Tampines Street 11.
Homeowners can most probably only occupy the unit in December 2023 since the Temporary Occupation Permit (TOP) is estimated to be ready by then.
To give you a little visualization of the location, it’s right opposite Tampines Changkat Community Club and a 15-minute walk to Simei MRT station.
You will be steps away from Tampines Round Market & Food Centre, FairPrice supermarket, and Maybank@Tampines.
In this article, we will look into the key information of the Treasure at Tampines at a glance, the facilities, reasons why you should choose to purchase a unit, the floor plans, pricing, showroom details, developer’s background, and more! Scroll on to read.
Information at a glance
|Date of launch||2019|
|Address||Tampines Street 11|
|Name of property||Treasure at Tampines|
|Property developer||Sim Lian Group Limited|
|Site area||648,889 sqft|
|Number of available units||2203|
|Number of storeys||12|
Facilities at the Treasure at Tampines
At the private clubhouse at the Treasure at Tampines, you will be able to hold special events, gatherings, or simply just a luxurious space to chill over the weekends.
You will also be able to access the well-equipped gym at the clubhouse. Go through your exercise routine with stunning views of the swimming pool.
The kids can look forward to spacious play areas with themed playgrounds and expend their energy at the trampoline courtyard.
Living at the Treasure at Tampines provides you the opportunity to have some quality time with your family and loved ones over a BBQ gathering at one the pavilions set around themed gardens.
Look out for urban farming opportunities and the aromatherapy gardens, all possible within your own private sanctuary.
Why should you choose to stay at the Treasure at Tampines?
1. At the heart of Tampines
If you choose to purchase a unit at the Treasure at Tampines, you will find yourself at the heart of Tampines. Smack right in the middle, you’re able to access several train stations and malls.
2. Public transport
While you’re at the heart of Tampines, the nearest MRT station is Simei MRT station (East-West Line), which is approximately a 15-minute walk away.
You can also access the Downtown Line via Tampines West MRT Station, which also takes the same amount of time you need to walk to Simei MRT station.
The Treasure at Tampines is located in the middle of the two train stations.
There is one bus stop right outside the Treasure at Tampines and bus 292 services the area via a loop. You can take the bus to Our Tampines Hub or alight at the last stop, which is Tampines Interchange. This brings us to our next point.
3. Shopping malls
Since it’s convenient to hop on a bus rather than walk during bad weather, you can conveniently get to Tampines Interchange via bus 292.
The bus interchange is also the place where Tampines MRT station is located. Here, you can access both the Downtown Line and East-West Line.
Most importantly, the area is home to three shopping malls – Tampines Mall, Tampines 1, and Century Square.
Now it has never been easier to get your bubble tea fix at Xing Fu Tang in Century Square, fast food takeouts at the Tampines Mall, or have a makeup shopping haul at Sephora @ Tampines 1.
But if you don’t want the hassle of travelling to get a quick bite, catch our next point.
4. Food places
Tampines Round Market & Food Centre is just situated right beside the Treasure at Tampines.
Whether you’re heading to the hawker centre to grab a bowl of noodles or heading to the wet market for your essential fresh buys, staying at the Treasure at Tampines makes it all convenient!
5. Grocery shopping
If you’re not a wet market kind of person, FairPrice supermarket is located right at the same place where Tampines Round Market & Food Centre is at.
You can also run some errands like settling your clothes for dry cleaning at the laundry shop or take your pet to the vet, all within steps from the Treasure at Tampines.
Planning your children’s education pathway can be a headache if you stay at an out of reach place. But by staying at the Treasure at Tampines, you don’t have to worry about a thing.
From primary schools to secondary schools and tertiary institutions, Tampines has got you covered.
The nearest primary schools are Chongzheng Primary School and Yumin Primary School, approximately a 15-minute walk away.
Tampines Secondary School is a 9-minute walking distance away. Slightly further away in the opposite direction is Changkat Changi Secondary School, about a 20-minute walk away from the condominium.
Temasek Polytechnic is reachable within 30 minutes of commute time while Singapore University of Technology and Design is a short 10-minute drive away from the Treasure at Tampines.
There are at least four parks in the neighbourhood of the Treasure at Tampines.
The two nearest parks within 30-minute walking distances are Bedok Reservoir Park and Tampines Central Park.
Bedok Reservoir Park has a boardwalk surrounding the reservoir which makes a good place for a morning or evening stroll, jog, or run. It is also where Forest Adventure, an outdoor activity centre is located. You can even have a weekend kayaking or paddling session at the PAssion WaVe @ Bedok Reservoir.
Tampines Central Park is your average neighbourhood park at Tampines Street 83. Your kids might adore the mangosteen and watermelon inspired playgrounds so spot them while you’re there.
If you’re up for a walking challenge to a bigger space for exercise, take a trip to Sun Plaza Park and Tampines Eco Green. They are slightly more than 30 minutes walk away or a quick 10-minute drive will take you there.
8. Community centres
By staying at the Treasure at Tampines, you’ve scored yourself access to Tampines Changkat Community Club right across the street.
You will find a study room, dance studio and education centre within the community centre. Sign up for a course offered by the centre like ballet, social dance, taekwondo, and more if you like!
There are two hospitals within a 10-minute drive or 20-minute walk away – Changi General Hospital and St. Andrew’s Community Hospital. Now, visiting a specialist or the A&E has never been easier.
10. … so many other reasons and more
Singapore Expo convention centre is only a short 10-minute drive from the Treasure at Tampines. Attend an event or a few exhibitions whenever you want because you can!
A less than 15 minutes drive from the Treasure at Tampines will get you to Tanah Merah Country Club and Laguna National. The two are located right beside each other.
How about having a golf date with your significant other? You can also practice yoga or sweat it out in an intensive muay thai class.
Or book yourself a spa session to wind down for the weekends.
Going to Singapore Changi Airport takes only less than 30 minutes whether you choose to get there by public transport or via private hire.
Staycation & recreation
Don’t have the time to have a trip overseas? Now you can take a 15-minute drive from the Treasure at Tampines to enjoy some family time at Wild Wild Wet @ Downtown East, D’Resort @ Downtown East, or Cherryloft Resorts & Hotels.
While you’re there, you can also swing by the Pasir Ris Park Connector to get to Pasir Ris Beach and enjoy a BBQ session while taking in the sea breeze.
The Treasure at Tampines’ site and floor plans
Let’s take a quick look at the Treasure at Tampines’ site plan. There are a total of 2,203 units spread across 29 blocks of 12 storeys each.
Now, we will go in-depth into the floor plans of the Treasure at Tampines. There are different unit types ranging from one-bedrooms (from 463 sqft) to five-bedrooms (from 1668 sqft).
You will also be able to view the floor plans for premium units.
1-Bedroom (463 sqft)
1-Bedroom + Study (484 sqft)
2-Bedroom Type B1 (581 sqft)
2-Bedroom Type B2 (592 sqft)
2-Bedroom Type B3 (614 sqft)
From here, we will introduce the first two-bedroom premium units at the Treasure at Tampines. There are a total of three two-bedroom premium types ranging from 657 to 678 sqft.
2-Bedroom Premium Type B4P (657 sqft)
2-Bedroom Premium Type B5P (678 sqft)
2-Bedroom Premium Type B6P (678 sqft)
Both 2-Bedroom Premium Types B5P and B6P have the same area, at 678 sqft.
2-Bedroom + Study Type B7S (678 sqft)
Similar to the 2-Bedroom Premium Types B5P and B6P, 2-Bedroom + Study Type B7S has the same area, at 678 sqft.
2-Bedroom + Study Type B8S (678 sqft)
So even the 2-Bedroom + Study Type B8S has the same area as the 2-Bedroom Premium Types B5P, B6P, and the 2-Bedroom + Study Type B7S, at 678 sqft.
We hope you’re not confused yet with all the different types because we’re now moving on to three-bedroom units. There are seven types from C1 to C7. Here we go!
3-Bedroom Types C1 & C2 (818 & 861 sqft)
3-Bedroom Types C3 & C4 (840 & 850 sqft)
3-Bedroom Types C5 & C6 (883 & 915 sqft)
3-Bedroom Type C7 (947 sqft)
Type C7 is by far the largest three-bedroom unit we’ve seen, with an area of 947 sqft.
There are three three-bedroom premium units, with all three types being above 1000 sqft and type C10P having the largest area at 1087 sqft. Let’s take a closer look.
3-Bedroom Premium Type C8P (1012 sqft)
3-Bedroom Premium Types C9P & C10P (1033 sqft & 1087 sqft)
Unlike the three-bedroom units which have only three premium types, the four-bedroom has six premium types. Let’s take a look at the standard four-bedroom types D1, D2, and D3 before moving on to the premium units.
4-Bedroom Types D1 & D2 (both at 1238 sqft)
4-Bedroom Type D3 (1270 sqft)
4-Bedroom Premium Type D4P (1281 sqft)
4-Bedroom Premium Types D5P & D6P (1345 & 1367 sqft)
Among the premium four-bedroom units at the Treasure at Tampines, type D6P has the largest area at 1367 sqft.
4-Bedroom Premium Types D7P & D8P (1270 & 1324 sqft)
If you haven’t already noticed, type D7P is significantly smaller than the rest, with an area of 1270 sqft.
4-Bedroom Premium Type D9P (1335 sqft)
Type D9P is the last of our four-bedroom premium units at the Treasure at Tampines.
At the Treasure at Tampines, there are no premium units for five-bedrooms, only four standard units with the largest being type E4, with an area of 1722 sqft.
5-Bedroom Types E1 & E2 (1668 & 1690 sqft)
5-Bedroom Types E3 & E4 (1711 & 1722 sqft)
Treasure at Tampines’ cost per square feet (PSF)
The cost per square ft (PSF) is around $1,231.
Treasure at Tampines’ pricing
|Type||Size (sqft)||PSF price from (SGD)||Property price from (SGD)|
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The Treasure at Tampines’ showflat is not situated at the actual site, that is, at Tampines Street 11.
You can find the showroom along Tampines Avenue 7. The nearest MRT station is Tampines East MRT Station (Downtown Line) and it’s a quick 5 minutes walk away from the showflat.
What you need to know about Treasure at Tampines’ developer
Sim Lian Group Limited
Sim Lian Group Limited was founded as Sim Lian Construction in 1976. In the year 2000, they were listed on the Singapore Exchange as Sim Lian Group.
Their array of projects include that of public housing projects, condominiums, landed properties, commercial buildings, and retail entertainment projects. Here’s a glimpse at their past projects:
- UB.One at Ubi Avenue 4
- Vision Exchange
- KL Trillion
- Hillion Residences
- Hillion Mall
- Treasure Crest
- The Lincoln Residences
- The Tampines Trilliant (EC)
- Parc Vera
- Centrale 8
Apart from having a presence in Singapore and Malaysia, Sim Lian Group Limited has also ventured into Australia.
From 2013 to 2014, they acquired several Australian properties such as a commercial building in Sydney and five investment-grade neighbourhood shopping centres in Eastern Australia.
The Treasure at Tampines is by far their best selling project in 2019.
Can I have the site plan of the Treasure at Tampines?
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Can I view the floor plans?
Of course. We included all the floor plans of the units in this post.
Where is the Treasure at Tampines located?
It is situated at the former Tampines Court, which is along Tampines Street 11.