About the Largest Strata Landed Project in Singapore!

The Developer

Fairview Developments Pte Ltd is a business unit of Tong Eng Brothers.

Tong Eng Brothers were the first to develop a 5.5 acre Paya Lebar industrial estate in Little Road. The company made huge profits by selling many parcels of land to major oil refining companies like Shell, Esso and Mobil, for use as petrol stations.

In the 1960s, hundreds of houses and apartments were constructed in Tong Eng Heights (now known as Changi Heights) and Changi Grove by the company for rent to the British Forces.

West Sea Garden in Pasir Panjang, Tong Kong Garden in Upper Paya Lebar and shophouses along Upper Paya Lebar Road represented some of their earlier projects.

By 1968, the Company owned up to 100 acres of land for development. The group has owned and developed more than a hundred acres of land for the last 50 years, involving office, retail, landed housing and apartment projects.

Three shophouses along Cecil Street and other adjoining pre-war shop houses were amalgamated to create an island site, and develop it into a 26-storey Tong Eng Building.

Amongst Tong Eng Group’s accomplishments were landed developments like Stratton Green, Belgravia Park, Stratton Park, 8 @ Stratton, this latest Belgravia Villas. Among others including prestigious Condominium developments such as Goodwood Grand, Three Balmoral, and Commercial projects such as Centrium Square & Arc 360.

Belgravia Villas Developer Past Projects
Tong Eng Brothers & Fairview Developments Project References.
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Where Lush Greenery & Space meets the Conveniences of a Matured Estate!

Belgravia Villas is indeed a sight to behold, nestling on a gentle hill sloping fronting a beautiful 100m buffer adjoining a children’s playground.

The development including the 100m buffer is on a huge land area of 400,000 sqft, approximately the size of 5 football fields.

The sprawling development is aligned in a superior North South orientation and set amidst lush gardens and splendid water features.

  • 5 levels of living space.
  • Spacious entry courtyard.
  • View of natural hillside and surrounding greenery.
  • Branded appliances, sanitary wares and fittings.
  • 2 private parking lots for each house!
  • Easy access to major roads & expressways.
  • Minutes away from Malls, Eateries, Entertainment, Country Clubs, Nature, Business Hubs & Schools!
  • 5 levels of living space.


Belgravia Villas (200-434 Belgravia Drive) is located off Ang Mo Kio Ave 5 & Stratton Drive, which is just a 2 minutes drive to Greenwich V Mall with Supermarket, several Food joints, Childcare Centres, Gym, and etc amenities.

It is also just minutes drive away to AMK Hub, Seletar Mall, and an array of 24 hours food joints at Jalan Kayu and the instagrammable F&B establishments in refurbished colonial bungalows at the Seletar Aerospace Park.

Belgravia Drive whether via Ang Mo Kio Ave 5 or Stratton Drive, are easily accessible to the City area via CTE & to the (Sengkang/ Punggol/ Tampines/ Pasir Ris) East via KPE/ TPE.

amk heritage trail map

Ang Mo Kio, a Matured Estate

Ang Mo Kio. as defined by URA, is a planning area and residential town that sits within the North-East Region of Singapore, bordered by the planning areas of Yishun to the north, Sengkang to the north-east, Serangoon to the east, Bishan to the south and the Central Water Catchment to the west. Ang Mo Kio can be said to be a self-contained, 3rd most populated planning area in the North-East Region and ranks 8th in terms of population in the country overall with a myriad of amenities within.[1]

The large commercialization of the Ang Mo Kio throughout mid-1970s and 1980s also saw the rise of neighbourhood startup businesses that remain prominent throughout Ang Mo Kio Town Centre today. One in particular eventually became one of Singapore’s largest supermarket chains, Sheng Siong.

Ang Mo Kio today, much like its neighbouring towns, is largely urbanized. Parks are prevalent in the town as part of the country’s green initiative. Said parks include Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East and Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West. Although not technically located within Ang Mo Kio itself, Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park in the adjacent town of Bishan, was reopened in 2012 to serve residents of both towns. The park itself straddles along the Ang Mo Kio–Bishan boundary, making it easily accessible from Ang Mo Kio.

AMK cycling path, park cconnectors, MRT stations by LTA & URA

Transportation in AMK

Other than the Central Expressway (CTE) for those who drive, the town is well served by a multi-modal public transport system.

Two Mass Rapid Transit stations serve the town, with Ang Mo Kio MRT Station at the centre of town (directly linked to Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange via an underground pedestrian walkway, and provides feeder bus services from the MRT stations to each neighbourhood), and Yio Chu Kang MRT Station (served by bus services via the Yio Chu Kang Bus Terminal sited beside the station) serving the town’s northern area.

Both the bus interchange and terminal offers trunk bus services to connect the town with the rest of the island, including a rapid connection to the city centre in the Central Area, as well as other financial and commercial districts in the central region of Singapore, including Shenton Way, Orchard Road, Marina Centre and Marine Parade.



Administrative, legal, medical, religious, and social services catering towards the general public may also be found in the Ang Mo Kio area, with a major community hospital Ang Mo Kio Thye Hua Kwan Hospital that offers rehabilitative care.

Recreational amenities include the Ang Mo Kio Park located on a hilly area surrounded by Avenues 4, 5, and 6 and alongside Mayflower estate, and also Bishan Park along Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 which is frequented by people from both Ang Mo Kio and Bishan estates.

Several shopping malls are also found in Ang Mo Kio Central:

AMK Hub - Integrated Bus Interchange cum Shopping Mall, linked via an underpass to Ang Mo Kio MRT Station
AMK Hub – Integrated Shopping Mall cum Bus Interchange, linked via an underpass to Ang Mo Kio MRT Station