Our Tampines Hub
Learn More About Our Tampines Hub
Our Tampines Hub is part of the construction of the Tampines Regional Centre and is situated on the site of the former Tampines Stadium and Tampines Sports Hall.
The Our Tampines Hub complex, created in response to input from 15,000 nearby residents, was unveiled on August 6, 2017, by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. The current multi-purpose complex consolidated the previously separate Tampines Regional Library, Tampines Branch Office of the Housing and Development Board (HDB), Tampines Stadium, Tampines Sports Hall, and Tampines Swimming Complex under one roof.
Our Tampines Hub locates on the grounds of the former Tampines Sports Hall and Tampines Stadium, which was inaugurated in December 1989 alongside the nearby Tampines Swimming Complex. It happened at the same time that the HDB planned to construct new housing estates with athletic facilities in the late 1980s. The Tampines Rovers Football Club played its home games at Tampines Stadium in the S-League.
On January 21, 2011, the Tampines Masterplan for 2011–2015 released plans for a new integrated lifestyle town centre development that will be constructed on the site of Tampines Stadium and Sports Hall.
Great food, oh!
The enormous selection of restaurants here focuses on serving high-quality food at reasonable pricing. We especially enjoy the 800-seat hawker centre is our favourite regional cuisine. Along with cool-looking cafés like Eatz19, which serves pasta, sandwiches, and salads, there are also well-known old favourites like Pizza Hut, Starbucks, and Toast Box. Visit Out of the Cake Box for a sweet treat; you’ll find unusual flavours like chendol and mango sticky rice. Bring the family to Festival Mall is located on Level 1 and Basement 1, if these options aren’t sufficient for you.
View a free film!
We always look forward to seeing the newest blockbusters, but critical to take the kids with us when we go to the movies. Festival Plaza at Our Tampines Hub is our preferred location for a fun family movie because it’s free of room to run around if (more appropriately, when) the kids become bored and won’t feel bad about wasting money on a ticket. Watch out for the frequent live shows, sporting events, and competitions.
Take your readers to the library.
The reading train arrived at the smaller Tampines library, which is newer.
It’s no secret that we spend a lot of time with the kids each week at the old Tampines Regional Library, so when the doors to that reading train closed, we were more than a bit sad. Allow yourself a few hours among the five floors of books, magazines, and other reading materials. Additionally, there are cooking classes, PIXEL laboratories, storytelling events, exhibitions, and guided tours.
Climb, then take the laser challenge.
With its 19-themed climbing walls, Clip ‘n’ Climb is an action-packed climbing theme park appropriate for would-be Spider-Mans of all ages. We have already tested and reviewed this indoor entertainment addition to the Tampines neighbourhood (minimum weight is 10kg). After scaling the walls’ great heights, you’ll also discover a jam-packed laser tag activity that will give the kids the ideal opportunity to engage in war.
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