Parc Botannia Condo By Wee Hur

About the project

Parc Botannia, a private condo consists four plots of resplendent living soar above Fernvale Road and Jalan Kayu with breathtaking views of the surrounding areas like the Straits of Johor and verdant park scenery. Parc BotanniaCondominium offers myriad amenities with 735 residential components from 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom, 4-bedroom and 5-bedroom flats tailor made to all lifestyle needs and set new standards in luxury living high over the rest of the developments.


Thanggam LRT station is right at your doorstep and Seletar Mall is one LRT stop or a brief walk away from Parc Botannia Condo. You are just four stops from Compass Point mall as well as the incorporated Sengkang MRT, LRT and bus interchange. Nearby 320ha Seletar Aerospace Park (SAP) will be dedicated to the aerospace industry and its own aviation research & development actions and Ang Mo Kio Industrial Park add to the investment potential in Parc Botannia.


Nearby Parc Botannia at which Sengkang Sports Centre is situated together with the Anchorvale Community Club to offer myriad community and sports events and activities for the whole family. Together the waterway, the new Punggol town center will spring up with an excellent selection of waterfront shopping, entertainment and dining. Together with the phased development of the Sengkang West Industrial Park, there will be more jobs & opportunities created for its residents in the North East Region. It will also produce a pool of future high-skilled tenants to the homes in the region. To serve the needs of the growing neighborhood in the North-Eastern of Singapore, a regional hospital at Sengkang is going to be operational by 2018 conveniently located alongside Cheng Lim LRT station & diagonally across from Sengkang MRT station.

More About its Location

Parc Botannia strategic position let the residents in Sengkang enjoy immediate trips to the CBD on board City Direct Buses. These buses will cater to journeys to & from the city during weekday peak periods. With limited stops and also the usage of expressways, the travel duration is similar to travelling on a linking bus or LRT assistance, and moving to a train to town. The Thomson Line, that will available in 2019, will connect key areas from the North East with the CBD. Addition of more trains to reduce peak-hour waiting for time. The Cross-Island Line (CRL), which will commence operations in 2030, will join many regions in the North East to the western and eastern sections of Singapore.