Our Tampines Hub (OTH) is Singapore’s largest integrated community and lifestyle hub,
bringing together multiple agencies and offering a comprehensive range
of services and facilities.
Led by People’s Association, OTH represents a new model of a community-focused
development, celebrating the full sense of community through meaningful
engagement, enriching residents through multiple experiences and empowering
them to stake ownership of the hub, so as to build a robust identity for
Tampines and a truly sustainable community.
This integration of facilities in OTH and of other stakeholders -
namely National Library Board (NLB), Ministry of Health (MOH), Workforce
Singapore (WSG), North East Community Development Council (NE CDC), Ministry
of Social and Family Services (MSF), Housing Development Board (HDB), National
Heritage Board (NHB), National Arts Council (NAC), National Environment
Agency (NEA) and SportSG (SSG) - is an effort to better serve Tampines residents and people who live in eastern Singapore, so as to meet the rising expectations of Singaporeans and further intensify land utilisation.
Residents can enjoy a range of amenities such as sports facilities,
regional library, hawker centre, retail shops and the community club.
OTH currently serves more than 250,000 residents and approximately 80,000
With an enhanced transportation node of 3 new MRT stations along
the Downtown Line at Tampines Town Centre (Tampines West, Tampines, Tampines
East), OTH is a convenient and accessible hub with something for everyone.
OTH provides a common secular space for residents
and visitors of different backgrounds, races, ages and public and private
estates to come together, interact and bond.
In addition to building social cohesion and racial harmony, it caters
for a deepened engagement amongst Tampines residents and Hub visitors.
OTH integrates the physical facilities, management and programming of
multiple agencies. It is currently working toward achieving PA, MCCY/SSC/NA/NHB,
NLB, MOH, NEA, HDB, MOH’s key priorities and initiatives to provide better services, widen community outreach and engagement and build community ownership in programming for its residents and visitors.
The integration of the Community Gallery with the Regional Library at OTH has
enabled NHB to reach out to new audiences in the heartlands and raise awareness
of arts, culture and heritage amongst the surrounding community; strengthen
the sense of pride and belonging to the spaces they live in; engender greater
ownership of our heritage amongst Singaporeans; thereby fostering a greater sense of nationhood and identity in our people.
This is a joint effort with NHB, NLB and Tampines Grassroots Organisations
Conceptualised with inputs from 15,000 Tampines residents, Our Tampines Hub is designed with residents, for residents.
It is the future of Tampines that offers greater convenience, a full spectrum
of activities, facilities and services to cater to residents and visitors
of all ages and lifestyle preferences, ensuring it serves all members within
Download the [e-copy of our Hub Guide] https://go.gov.sg/oth-hubguide
( Accurate as of 1 January 2024 ), featuring details on all the facilities
and services OTH has to offer now.