• Romesh Navaratnarajah
  • 12 April 2019

Project Name: Treasure at Tampines

Developer: Sim Lian Group

Address: Tampines Street 11

Type: Condominium

Tenure: 99-year leasehold (Starting from 29 Nov 2018)

District: 18

Configuration:   2,203 units over 29 twelve-storey residential blocks

Site Area: 648,889 sq ft

Unit Types:        187 x 1 Bedroom (463 sq ft)

                             44 x 1 Bedroom + Study (484 sq ft)

                             265 x 2 Bedroom (581 sq ft – 614 sq ft)

                             160 x 2 Bedroom Premium (657 sq ft – 678 sq ft)

                             313 x 2 Bedroom + Study (678 sq ft)

                             417 x 3 Bedroom (818 sq ft – 947 sq ft)

                             289 x 3 Bedroom Premium (1,012 sq ft – 1087 sq ft)

                             176 x 4 Bedroom (1,238 sq ft – 1,270 sq ft)

                             187 x 4 Bedroom Premium (1,270 sq ft – 1,345 sq ft)

                             110 x 5 Bedroom (1,668 sq ft – 1,722 sq ft)

TOP: 31 December 2023

Project Details

A scale model of Treasure at Tampines

A scale model of Treasure at Tampines.

Size is not everything, but it certainly plays a crucial part in this new development from Sim Lian. This project with its 2,203 units will be the largest condo in Singapore, but Treasure at Tampines is big in other ways too. Aside from everything else, what is perhaps most surprising is that such an extensive site is located so near the town centre, meaning residents get the full benefit from the multitude of amenities that Tampines itself has to offer.

The 29 towers are relatively low rise at 12 storeys high which helps with the layout of the site, an impressive 60 percent of which is dedicated to landscaping and the development’s extensive facilities. 

These facilities include two lap pools, two children’s pools, Jacuzzi, aqua aerobic pool, onsen spa pool, tennis court, trampoline, BBQ pits, gym and climbing wall. It also has a dance studio, its own co-working space and a baking studio.

The show flats, which are located on Tampines Avenue 7 next to the Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange, has four units on display. No matter which unit you are interested in, space – and the sheer amount of it – is something that is a common theme throughout the development. Every unit is designed with space in mind. None of it is wasted, and the layouts use it to its optimum. All units feature Electrolux appliances and Hansgrohe fittings. Floors throughout the development are porcelain tiles for the kitchen and living areas, vinyl for the bedrooms and bathrooms.

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5 Bedroom (1,722 sq ft)

This is the largest unit type available and the living and dining room area is both long and wide, giving residents several options in their choice of layout.

Living and dining room 5 bedder

The living and dining area are roomy.

The kitchen is large, but only features a wet kitchen not a dry one. It has a lot of storage, and the sliding hatch lets light in and keeps the kitchen connected with the living/dining area, while not allowing smells to escape.

There is a nice breakfast bar, a good example of how well the space is used throughout the unit.

All of the bedrooms are designed to accommodate a queen-size bed, and most do it with ease. In this layout, the bomb shelter is actually outside the unit, though there are options where it is inside. This type also boasts a balcony that is shared by the living room and one of the other bedrooms, which is an increasingly popular feature.

There are two common bathrooms, both of a nice size with a large walk-in shower.

The master bedroom is one of the largest on the market and comes with its own private balcony and roomy en suite.

4 Bedroom Premium (1,335 sq ft)

This unit shares many of the impressive features of the five-bedder, such as the shared balcony for the bedroom and lounge. The large living area means it is easy to have two distinct dining and sitting areas, and the kitchen overlooks the dining one without being intrusive.

The kitchen is not as large, but it still feels roomy.

Kitchen 4 bedder

There’s ample space to move around in the kitchen.

Again, the master bedrooms are really large. A king-size bed would still not dominate the space, and there is plenty of room for an easy chair should you wish, with it still not feeling overcrowded.

3 Bedroom Premium (1,033 sq ft)

This layout is proving to be one of the most popular in the whole development and is perfect for a family with two children.

The design allows for two very distinct dining and living room areas, and again, there is a good connection between the kitchen and dining area.

This layout does not have the shared balcony, or the private balcony for the master bedroom, but all bedrooms and bathrooms enjoy the amount of space that characterises the project.

Bathrooms come with top notch fittings and finishes 3 bedder

All the bathrooms come with high quality fixtures.


2 Bedroom + Study (678 sq ft)

For a two-bedder, this certainly does not feel cramped, and walking into the living area you would not know it did not belong to a much larger unit. The balconies at Treasure at Tampines are noticeably deep, further extending the living area.

The study space allows a lot of flexibility for the resident to utilise the space as they wish.

Bedroom 2 bedder

The bedroom can fit a large bed and there’s even sufficient closet space.

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Tampines signage

Fun street art.

There is not a lot to be said about Tampines that hasn’t already been said many times before. It is awash with lifestyle amenities and is one of the fastest growing and most dynamic regions outside the CBD. Century Square, Tampines 1, Tampines Mall and the ground-breaking Our Tampines Hub are all close by, as is the famous Round Market and Food Centre. Being a mature estate, there is also ready access to schools, from primary up to tertiary and international institutions.

Tampines is also close to Singapore’s new “Air Hub” including Jewel at Changi, which along with many other developments in and around the area means that there will be an ever-increasing number of jobs in close proximity.

Tampines MRT

Treasure at Tampines is served by both the East West and Downtown MRT lines.

Transport and connectivity is also something that Tampines excels at. The development is within walking distance of both the East West and the Downtown Lines. The TPE and PIE are both very easily and quickly accessible, the latter via a new slip road. With Tampines being the island’s first cycling town, we can’t leave out the fact a new 21km cycle path network will connect the town by the time the development is finished.

Last but not least, Treasure at Tampines lies in the middle of a triangle made up of the East Coast Park, Pasir Ris Park and Bedok Reservoir.

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Everything about Treasure at Tampines is big: the number of units, the units themselves, the site, the buzz surrounding the launch… but that should not put anyone off. It is big, but it is designed in a way that it makes use of that size and is not a victim of it.

Sim Lian has a reputation for creating homes that make efficient use of space. Here they have outdone themselves, because the space is not just efficient, but there is a lot of it. No matter what unit you are interested in, it is hard not to be impressed by just how big they are, and that goes for everything, from the kitchen, to the bedrooms, the bathrooms – even the balconies.

The development will appeal to families and upgraders, especially those who already live in Tampines or the east of Singapore. The profusion of amenities and businesses in the surrounding area means this is one of the most exciting and communal places to live in Singapore, and Treasure at Tampines will really be at the heart of it. Unsurprisingly, the units have been selling well. There really is no other way to look at this development other than a fantastic investment opportunity, or an equally fantastic place to call home.

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Romesh Navaratnarajah

Romesh Navaratnarajah is Senior Editor at PropertyGuru. He leads the Singapore news team and writes for the fortnightly tabloid PropertyGuru News & Views.