A modern sanctuary at Parc Botannia

Christopher Chitty28 Sep 2018

Parc Botannia crop

Special Advertising Feature: Situated in the heart of Sengkang and surrounded by an abundance of nature, Parc Botannia offers the perfect sanctuary for those wish to live close to modern conveniences yet desire a tranquil lifestyle. 


Strategically located along Fernvale Street, Parc Botannia, jointly developed by Sing Holding Limited and Wee Hur Holdings Limited, is set to be an attractive investment for home buyers once the development is completed in 2021. 

Boasting 735 units, Parc Botannia offers a wide mix of units to suit individual needs – there are one-bedroom plus study units ranging from 506 sq ft. to more spacious five-bedrooms spanning 1,453 sq ft. for larger families.

Other apartment types include two-bedroom classic, two-bedroom premium, two-bedroom plus study, three-bedroom classic, three-bedroom premium, four-bedroom classic, and four-bedroom premium.

Photo of 2-bedroom at Parc Botannia

2-bedroom at Parc Botannia

Each comes fully outfitted with quality and stylish finishes and fittings. Home buyers will also appreciate the fact that the developers have built the four towers at a distance from each other; allowing residents to enjoy utmost privacy as well as unblocked views of both the landscape and the surrounding.

For recreational pursuits, the development offers a host of facilities including a 50m lap pool, tennis court, party pavilions, and more.

Apart from offering a modern, stylish home surrounded by nature, a main draw for buying a unit at Parc Botannia is its location in Fernvale; a relatively new town situated between Jalan Kayu and Sengkang.


According to the URA masterplan, Sengkang will be undergoing tremendous changes in the next couple of years, including improvement in amenities and infrastructure, and the addition of more residential and commercial developments.

And the plot of land that Parc Botannia will be built on, along Fernvale Street, is situated within proximity to a slew of shopping malls and facilities, such as Seletar Mall, located one LRT stop away, and Compass One, which is four train stations away.

Foodies will be spoilt for choice with a chockfull of local delights at the Jalan Kayu area, such as prata, prawn noodles, bak kut teh and more. For those seeking more options, head over to The Oval @ Seletar Aerospace Park boasting an array of restaurants like The Summerhouse, Di Wei Teochew Restaurant, Wheeler’s Yard and more. 

Photo of eateries along Jalan Kayu

Jalan Kayu

Nature lovers will be pleased to know that Parc Botannia – where’s there a park already at its doorstep-  is surrounded by a handful of park connectors and neighbourhood parks; the closest being Punggol Park Connector and Sengkang Riverside Park.

Getting to other parts of the city will also be a breeze with the public transportation system – Parc Botannia is located right next to the Thanggam LRT station, which will connect residents to Sengkang MRT/LRT station.

Drivers can get onto the Tampines Expressway (TPE), Seletar Expressway (SLE), Central Expressway (CTE), Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) and East Coast Parkway (ECP) – all located nearby – to go wherever they want. 


Parc Botannia’s popularity as an investment property or residential home can also be attributed to its proximity to several good schools, shopping malls, recreational facilities and industrial clusters.

In fact, Parc Botannia is the residential development located closest to Seletar Aerospace Park and the neighbouring industrial area, making it an attractive residence for prospective tenants or home buyers who work around the area. 

Envisioned to be a world-class dedicated aerospace regional facility, the Seletar Aerospace Park is expected to create about 10,000 jobs upon its projected completion later this year, while the Woodlands Regional Centre, which is part of a larger commercial belt called the North Coast Innovation Corridor, will house the first business park cluster in Singapore’s northern area.  

Photo of Thaggam LRT

Thaggam LRT, walking distance to Parc Botannia

The North Coast Innovation Corridor, in tandem with the future cross-border rail link into Malaysia, is expected to spawn a new generation of modern factories and innovation centres that will stretch from Woodlands Regional Centre, with more than 700,000 sqm of modern commercial space and more than 100ha of developable land.

This will stretch to the Gambas area, and continue towards the east to Yishun, past the upper Seletar Reservoir, into the Seletar Aerospace Hub, and will continue towards the east to join the Punggol Creative Cluster and Learning Corridor. 

For families with school going children, they will appreciate the development’s closeness to several good schools such as Fernvale Primary School, Nan Chiau Primary School, Pei Hwa Secondary School, Anderson Junior College, Nanyang Polytechnic, and more.


To find out more about Parc Botannia, visit www.parcbotannia.com.


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