City Vibrancy Is
Turning Eastwards

As the beacon of suburban development moves eastwards, Parc Esta stands poised on the threshold of a myriad new developments — existing and soon to come. Leisure and work facilities, healthcare and transport, they all fall within easy access to this highly investable destination.


It only takes a glance at the map to appreciate Parc Esta’s location. Take delight in the sumptuous array of conveniences and amenities so close to your doorstep. With an MRT station just a short walk away, and only a few minutes’ drive to the expressway, reach the heart of the city and the rest of Singapore within minutes.



Parc Esta is a home that encompasses everything you need, connected to everywhere you need to be. All the benefits of an urban East lifestyle are virtually at your doorstep.

Reputable Schools

Residents in the East are spoiled for choice when
it comes to learning institutes and centres.
Take your pick from these well-established
Primary schools:
within 4 mins
3 mins walk
Eunos MRT
within 4 mins
1 stop
within 4 mins
1 stop
Coastal LOOP
within 4 mins
3 mins
within 8 mins
6 mins
within 8 mins
6 mins
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5 mins
within 8 mins
2 stops
within 12 mins
5 stops
Changi Airport
within 12 mins
5 stops
Bugis Junction
within 12 mins
10 mins
East Coast Park
within 12 mins
2 stops
within 12 mins
4 stops
Sports Hub
within 16 mins
7 stops
Marina Bay Sands
within 16 mins
7 stops
within 16 mins
9 stops
Orchard Road

A Peek At Your Neighbourhood

These are exciting times for the East side of Singapore. The already dynamic and thriving district is fast transforming into an even more cosmopolitan enclave, providing the ideal neighbourhood for residents.
Paya Lebar Quarter
Paya Lebar Quarter is one of Singapore’s largest and most progressive city precincts, being the most centrally located business hub outside of the city core. Fronting the Paya Lebar MRT interchange station, it is just a train stop from Eunos MRT, which is accessible within minutes on foot from Parc Esta. Envisioned to deliver a complete urban ecosystem, the highly anticipated development offers new live-work-play opportunities through its Grade-A office towers and a diverse range of lifestyle, entertainment and recreational amenities.
The new SingPost Centre boasts exciting, smart shopping experiences beyond delivering 24/7 automated postal services. Located next to the Paya Lebar MRT station, the living lab is home to several tenants that showcase innovative technologies and pilot new ones. At NTUC FairPrice, shoppers get a virtual taste of select products through augmented reality, to add to its shop-and-go smart shopping facility. Cinephiles will enjoy Singapore’s first all-laser cineplex by Golden Village. And foodies can look forward to impressive dining concepts. Not to forget a myriad of other lifestyle options such as a rock-climbing gym.
Located at the heart of East Coast Park, Marine Cove provides the perfect beachside hotspot for your family. Previously known as East Coast Recreation Centre in the 1980s, the upgraded Marine Cove now offers a contemporary glass-and-steel dining facility housing more diverse food options that include favourite fast foods, restaurant chains and coffee houses. The big draw is the open-air mega-playground – a haven for children of all ages – packed with exciting play equipment including swings, an 8m lighthouse-like tower with slides and a rope bridge, as well as a colourful rock-climbing wall.
Embark on a seamless cycling, running or rollerblading journey, perhaps even a leisurely walking trip, along the extended Eastern Coastal Loop and soak in beautiful sceneries from East Coast Park to the city centre. Begin your adventure at the Siglap Park Connector along Sims Avenue right at the doorstep of Parc Esta. This route takes you to East Coast Park where an overhead bridge perpendicular to Fort Road will let you travel all the way to the Marina Bay area – past the Marina Bay Golf Course and Driving Range and through Gardens By The Bay East – with marvelous views accompanying you throughout.
The East is where you’ll find many of our island’s treasured addresses for good food, cultural nostalgia, and eclectic shops – with a wide selection located within minutes of your Parc Esta home.
“We belong to a laid-back community where the enjoyment of good food is a daily part of our lives.”Mr Lee Kang Jie, Manager
While it bears the name of its founding place, this cherished prawn noodle restaurant has embraced the Eastern vibe – neighbourly, family-centric and relaxed. It serves what is easily our island’s best tasting prawn noodle dish, with its winning combination of thick, savoury soup, firm noodles and fresh jumbo prawns.Beach Road Prawn Noodle House370 East Coast Road
At this quaint, well-established eatery along East Coast Road, hand-making yong tau foo is a daily tradition. Their famous light broth is prepared fresh from 5am. So are the stuffed ingredients, handpicked by Mr Koh himself. Whether you choose à la carte or a set plate, you’ll taste the light, healthy flavour even without the sauces.Ampang Niang Tou Fu
225 East Coast Road
“Nowhere else in Singapore serves niang tou fu the way we do – like Mother’s home-cooked food.”Mr Koh Eng Han, Owner/Founder
“One of the few Singaporean breakfast joints that still
makes its own kaya.”Source:
This café serves a myriad of local baked goods such as kaya toast, muffins and custard tarts. The shop house’s 1960s aesthetic will make you feel like you’ve gone back in time, while the wide selection of good ol’ desserts will have you coming back for more.Chin Mee Chin Confectionery204 East Coast Road
Quite possibly the first hat salon in Singapore is located at Joo Chiat, specialising in authentic, handwoven Panama hats from Ecuador. Perfect for our tropical weather, these hats come in a variety of styles and grades – sourced from only the finest weavers – and are endlessly customisable. Wide brimmed hats and fedoras are also available. Private appointments can be made, with personalised fittings for both men and women.Hat of Cain18 Joo Chiat Terrace
“We’re more than just a shop in a house; we’re the cradle of authentic Peranakan culture.”Mr Koh Eng Han, Owner/Founder
A museum, beadwork studio, restaurant and home to the owner’s massive personal collection of all things nyonya, Rumah Bebe stands proud as one of the country’s landmark shop houses that have stood the test of time. Your unique sensorial experience begins the moment you set eyes on its charming multi-coloured façade.Rumah Bebe Peranakan Shop113 East Coast Road
Here’s a cosy, family-friendly café located in the Goodman Arts Centre, serving a blend of Italian and Australian cuisine, including pizza, rib-eye steak, and many more. Cafe Melba often hosts live music and mini-festivals, making it the perfect place to enjoy both relaxing meals and celebrations for adults and kids alike.Café Melba at Goodman Arts Centre90 Goodman Road Block N, 01-56
Paya Lebar
Absolutely picture-perfect, this green paradise of wholesome food, fresh flowers and handcrafted furniture pieces looks like it jumped right out of a magazine. Every bit warm and welcoming, it is a glorious place for just about any occasion or gathering. Check out their waffles and beef lasagna.Knots Cafe and Living160 Paya Lebar Road, #01-07 Orion@PayaLebar
Located at the Junction of Mountbatten and Tanjong Katong Road,Song Lang Garden is the one-stop destination for your gardening needs. Housing a large variety of indoor and outdoor plants, and providing consultation services, this nursery is sure to give you new inspirations for your homes.Song Lang Garden378 Tanjong Katong Road
A care centre for pets, Pet Loft offers several services for your pets, including a grooming session, which can help detect signs of health issues, photography services, and even a spa. Pet Loft is also a great day care centre for your furry friends if you’re unable to accompany them for the day, providing proper food, necessities, and comfort.Pet Loft371 Upper Paya Lebar Rd, #01-02 Yi Kai Court