Should You Move To The Tengah Plantation District?

The world’s technological advancement allows people to live in convenience with all the new technologies and machines available in the market. Tengah undergoes future development first, and soon more towns will become smart cities. 

More people can live well, green and connected as they move to the Tengah Plantation District. The problem, however, is that many people are still sceptical about living in a smart city. If you are one of those people, the following points will help you understand the benefits of moving to the Tengah Plantation District.

A Smart City: 5 Benefits Of Moving To The Tengah Plantation District

1. Safer Communities

Apart from the CCTV cameras around Singapore, Tengah Plantation District increased security measures to keep its residents safe. No matter how late they come home from work or want to go for a walk at night, they can rest assured about their safety. 

2. Faster Daily Commutes

Another benefit of living in a smart city like theTengah Plantation District is that people can commute faster. Since public transport services are everywhere, residents can go anywhere they want without hassle. After all, they are a few steps away from riding the bus, getting a taxi or onboarding to the MRT stations. 

3. Cleaner And Sustainable Environment

Tengah Plantation District also has a cleaner and more suitable environment because of the newly planted trees. The more trees there are in the smart city, the better air quality the residents can breathe. 

Breathing in some fresh air can help improve digestion and energy levels apart from cleaning the lungs. These factors make it perfect for seniors to relocate to and reside in a smart city to enhance their general health.

Another thing that makes a smart city a cleaner and more sustainable environment is that residents often go for a walk or ride a bicycle. Both of these activities help promote good health and do not contribute to the global climate. 

4. Lower Carbon Footprint With The Use Of Electric Vehicles

More trees aside, smart cities encourage residents to use electric vehicles (EVs). Given that an EV only requires charging in Singapore and not fuel to operate, it produces a lower carbon footprint than traditional cars and trucks. That makes it environmentally friendly. 

According to CNBC, more people will be using electric vehicles by 2023, including for both personal transportation and public transportation.

5. Allow The Community To Harvest Organic Produce

For healthy living, residents in a smart city can harvest organic produce in unused plots. They can plant various things, from vegetables to herbs. They will have fresher ingredients that they use for their cooking.

Are You Prepared To Live In A Smart City?

Take your time in making the final decision since moving to a new place is a huge matter. Contact myTengah by sending a WhatsApp message to their sustainability ambassador team once you decide to live in a smart city for good. Besides scheduling your visit with them, they can also inform you about everything you need to know before officially moving to the Tengah Plantation District.