Resort Living at OUE Twin Peaks

Designed by internationally acclaimed architect, Bill Bensley, Oue Twin Peaks has received much hype during its initial launch, with units being quickly snapped up by the likes of Jackie Chan & JJ Lin at http://www-ouetwinpeaks.com/floorplans.

Bensley’s portfolio includes incredibly luxurious resorts from around the globe, like Four Seasons Hangzhou, Shangri-La Boracay, and even the Istana Royal Palace, residence of the Sultan of Kuala Terengganu. It’s no wonder that Oue Twin Peak’s design follows in the same, luxurious suit. Today, we’ll give you a quick taste of the best of resort-like urban living at the Oue Twin Peaks.

 

Occupying a sprawling 130,000 square feet of land, the ground level of Oue Twin Peaks is covered in lush tropical gardens. This includes a peaceful alcove appropriately dubbed the Garden of Inspiration, carefully designed and placed for those seeking a quiet refuge surrounded by nature.

At the heart of the development, the tropical trees slowly part to reveal the oasis nestled within. The shimmering 35m Lap Pool is connected to both a children’s pool & a luxurious Jacuzzi. The artful lighting and exotic artwork cum water features is an interesting reminder that Singapore, by all technicalities, is a tropical island.

OUE Twin Peaks Skygym Facilities

Generous spaces for both family and private use border the tropical spring, including a beautiful pavilion garden, comprising functional spaces for events & peaceful poolside cabanas. A mouth-watering scent wafts over from the Outdoor BBQ overlooking the pool, telling the kids splashing about below that dinner is nearly done.

The Children’s Playground & Tennis Courts are also tucked away amidst the lush greenery. However, Oue Twin Peaks’ facilities don’t stop at the ground floor, with the Sky Gym & Sky Loggias overlooking the vast tropics below.

The triple-volume indoor and outdoor Sky Gyms on 13th Floor offers a breath-taking view of the city beyond. Bask in the expansive space dedicated solely to your fitness and healthy lifestyle. The sunlight filtering through the clear glass, and soft lighting from the ceiling far above, almost seem to have a vitality of their own, supporting you through your morning routine.