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Tampines Location

Tampines today is a long ways from its initial days as a fishing town known for its sand quarries, plantations and coconut estates. Tampines has the differentiation of being the primary town in Singapore to be created on a region idea in 1979 – along these lines advancing neighborliness and a feeling of having a place among occupants.

Here are 8 fun realities that makes Tampines charming and liveable.

1. Tampines was named after the Tempinis tree

Tempines

The Tempines tree (Streblus Elongatus) – Photos civility of nparks.gov.sg and tampines.org.sg

Tampines was named after the Tempinis tree (Streblus Elongatus). It is known for its strong wood. Its blossoms are little and extended, organized in pendulous spikes or catkins.

The tree is important for its hard and overwhelming, yet adaptable and tough, wood that can be utilized for ground surface, entryways and window outlines. It is therefore that enormous trees are presently scant.

In Tampines, the tree can be found at Blk 254 Tampines St 21, Blk 146 Tampines Ave 5, Blk 323 Tampines St 33, Blk 498L Tampines St 45, and Blk 714/713 Tampines Ave 9.

2. Tampines is the biggest local location in the city-territory of Singapore

Craftsman’s impression of an ethereal perspective on the proposed Tampines North turn of events. – www.hdb.gov.sg

Craftsman’s impression of an ethereal perspective on the proposed Tampines North turn of events. – http://www.hdb.gov.sg

With an absolute region of 20.61 km2, Tampines is home to a populace of around 216,100 individuals.

Tampines is one of Singapore’s four provincial communities (alongside Woodlands, Jurong East and future Seletar ), under the arrangement of the Urban Redevelopment Authority. Therefore, the Tampines Regional Center serves the Tampines occupants and the whole East Region.

Tampines is likewise the second biggest business center outside the Central Region of Singapore after the Jurong Lake District. It is in the East Region of the fundamental island. The town is so named on the grounds that during the 1900s (decade) a huge backwoods of ironwood trees, or tempinis, were there.

3. Tampines has three shopping centers

The Tampines Mall. One of the three shopping centers in Tampines

The Tampines Mall. One of the three shopping centers in Tampines

Tampines has three shopping centers (Tampines Mall, Century Square, and Tampines One) to provide food the wide inhabitant base in the whole Eastern piece of Singapore.

Tampines Mall and Century Square houses the Golden Village and Shaw Theaters, individually. While flaunting famous shops like Victoria’s Secret, Swarovski, and EDC.

It’s likewise acceptable to make reference to that inside Tampines, there’s the IKEA Tampines, Giant Hypermarket, and Courts Megastore at Tampines North Drive 2.

4. Tampines will have the Tampines Town Hub in 2016

Craftsman’s impression of the Tampines Town Hub (TTH) – www.dpa.com.sg

Craftsman’s impression of the Tampines Town Hub (TTH) – http://www.dpa.com.sg

Tampines Town Hub (TTH) is a 120,000sqm improvement that will consolidate recreational, donning, network and culture offices under one rooftop.

This first-of-its-sort coordinated way of life goal not just offers Tampines occupants a wide scope of exercises and offices – its crucial to reconnect Tampines inhabitants together, returning the heart in the heartlands.

5. Tampines will have three MRTs by 2017

Tampines MRT station (EW2)

Tampines MRT station (EW2)

Counting the current Tampines MRT station (EW2), Tampines will have two extra underground MRT stations of the Downtown line, specifically the Tampines East (DT31) and the Tampines West (DT33).

6. There is a concealed park in Tampines

View from northern shore of Tampines Quarry – sgwalkingroutes.blogspot.sg

View from northern shore of Tampines Quarry – sgwalkingroutes.blogspot.sg

The three primary parks in the Tampines are Sunplaza Park, at Tampines Avenue 7 and 9. Different stops in Tampines are for the most part network territories – Tampines North Park, Tampines Leisure Park, Tampines Central Park, Tampines Park, Festival Park, Tampines Green, Tampines Tree Garden and some local parks.

Another park is Tampines Quarry Park, which initially was a sand quarry. As time passed, downpour water filled the quarry. It is the main park in Tampines that isn’t furnished with any offices, however this park is as yet famous among inhabitants living close by. There are no signs to the recreation center and there is no passage as it is tucked away among the greenery. There are concealed pathways to enter.

7. There are two goliath cone-formed structures in Tampines Road

Tampines Newater Service Reservoir – thelongnwindingroad.wordpress.com

Tampines Newater Service Reservoir – thelongnwindingroad.wordpress.com

No. These are not goliath turning tops nor covered UFOs like in MIB. These are really two cement modified cone formed capacity tanks worked to each hold 8448 cubic meters of NEWater.

Be that as it may, who knows. Perhaps they are really landing bases for UFOs.

8. In 1992, The United Nations granted the World Habitat Award in the Developed Country Category to HDB for Tampines town

Mr. Hsuan Owyang, Chairman of HDB, accepting the World Habitat Award trophy from Her Royal Highness, Princess Margaret – www.park.org

Mr. Hsuan Owyang, Chairman of HDB, accepting the World Habitat Award trophy from Her Royal Highness, Princess Margaret – http://www.park.org

Today, Tampines has one of the most evolved provincial habitats which serve a wide inhabitant base in the whole Eastern piece of Singapore. In October 1992, the Building and Social Housing Foundation (BSHF) of the United Nations granted the World Habitat Award in the Developed Country Category to HDB for Tampines town, an honor perceiving creative and effective human settlements.