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It is hard to talk about Tampines without the word connectivity coming up, to such an extent it has become somewhat of a cliché. But there is a reason for that. Whatever your preferred method of transport, be it car, MRT, bicycle – even aeroplane, Tampines caters for your needs.
Travelling to and from Tampines
It currently has three MRT stations, with another two due to come online later this year, and it is where the TPE, ECP and PIE all begin – or end, depending on your perspective. Tampines is also very good for cyclists and was the first place in Singapore to have cycle friendly pavements.
It is Self-Contained
Because it is so easy to get to everywhere else on the island, you may be forgiven for thinking that the area itself is lacking in amenities. That couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, there is very little need to leave Tampines at all. It has three shopping malls, plus another incorporated into its unique HUB, which will be a place where the community can come together to enjoy sports and recreational activities, shopping and dining as well as community and art programmes.
Our Tampines Hub
Education-wise, Tampines has a wealth of choice from childcare centres (74) up through to primary (12) and secondary schools (9). It also has an international school (United World College of South East Asia) and the area is home to Temasek Polytechnic and Singapore University of Technology and Design.
It is always reassuring to there are healthcare facilities within easy reach and once again Tampines is not found wanting. As well as several other clinics and medical centres dotted around the area, both Changi General and St Andrews Community Hospitals are less than 500 Read More