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    Changi Point Coastal Broadwalk

    by victorwkf Written Feb 19, 2006

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    Changi Point Coastal Broadwalk, Singapore

    The Changi Point Broadwalk along the coast was newly opened in year 2005 and it lets you walk along the beautiful coastline of Changi. There are signboards along the boardwalk which will keep you informed on your location and the various places around. This is a very good place to enjoy the beautiful coastal scenery of Singapore and more photos are at the travelogue section of this VT page. In order to get to the starting point of the boardwalk, you have to go to the Changi Beach Club located along Cranwell Road and Gosport Road. You can take bus no. 29 from the Tampines Bus Interchange (next to the MRT station).

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    Changi Beach

    by signedbytheo Updated Jan 18, 2006

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    Changi Village is near the Straits of Johor and host one of the beaches of Singapore where you can spend your time with swimming, camping, sun tanning, playing in the sand, etc. Mostly quiet but during weekends and school holiday seasons ( June and December ) it can be crowded.

    While laying down on the sand, you can spot low flying airplanes on approach for Changi International Airport, which is just around the corner. On sea you can see huge ships and tankers passing the beach to one of the ports in Straits of Johor.

    If you like to camp, then is Changi Beach is marvelous place. Singaporeans like to camp with tents on the beach during weekends and school holidays. And to make your camping complete, you can also book one of the barbeque pits around the beach. See the website of Singapore's National Parks Board for more information about the pits.

    At the western end of Changi beach ends the Changi River into the sea. You will spot here many small boats travelling to Pulua Ubin and Malaysia or fishing boats.

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    Changi Chapel & Museum

    by signedbytheo Written Jan 18, 2006

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    The Changi Chapel & Museum has a collection of wartime stuffs and memories of the Japanese occupation during World War II in singapore (1942-1945). It commemorates the various POW camps that were situated at Changi where the Japanese occupiers held Allied prisoners of war.

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    Changi Chapel & Museum

    by studiopaparazzi Updated Dec 17, 2005

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    The Changi Chapel & Museum has a collection of wartime stuffs and memories of the Japanese occupation during World War II in singapore (1942-1945). It commemorates the various POW camps that were situated at Changi where the Japanese occupiers held Allied prisoners of war.

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    the entry point to pulau ubin and penggerang

    by ukirsari Written Feb 15, 2005

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    scenery of changi village (c) ukirsari

    a tiny village as the entrance to pulau ubin [belong to singapore] and penggerang [malaysia]. chinese hawker stalls are stroll along the way to the harbour. and it takes less than 30 minutes to reach pulau ubin [marble island]. more info about pulau ubin can be found at my pulau ubin page.

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  • Changi Sree Ramar Temple

    by gracekkh2004 Written May 17, 2004

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    The Sree Ramar Temple at Changi Village is the only temple of its kind in South East Asia which is dedicated to Lord Ramar, and situated in an almost unique location facing the East, overlooking the sea and guarding the village.

    The Temple has a rich and colourful history stretching back more than 50 years. From its humble beginnings as a shrine at the foot of a tree at its present site, it has become a spiritual centre for the Hindu community in eastern Singapore.

    There is also another uniqueness of the Temple - Changi Sree Ramar Temple is the only temple in South East Asia to have Sri Ragavendra in Brindavanam.

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  • Changi Boardwalk

    by gracekkh2004 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This 1.2 km boardwalk hugs the Changi coastline from Changi Beach Club to Changi Sailing Club. The boardwalk is made up of four segments

    Sunset Walk for a splendid view of the sunset over Changi Point, amid a backdrop of huge boulders.

    Kelong Walk: a stretch of the boardwalk with kelong stilts built over water, reminiscent of the 'good old kelong days'.

    Cliff Walk: located just below the hilltop chalets, allows a walk through lush greenery. Viewing decks along this stretch at vantage points provide panoramic views.

    Sailing Point Walk: near the Changi Sailing Club provides open views of the sea.

    Every third Saturday (10am) of the month, there will be a free guided walk of Changi Boardwalk by the Green Volunteer Network. There are many beautiful, old and interesting trees around Changi Point. With the recent opening of the Beach front Boardwalk, this walk has become even more interesting. Meet 10am at the coffeeshop nearest Changi Meridian Hotel, Changi Village. The entire walk would take about 2 hours and please bring along your own water and wear comfortable walking shoes/sandals. To join the guided tour, you will need to pre-book.
    Contact: info@gvn.com.sg or 6337 6062.

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    Changi Boat Jetty

    by victorwkf Written Jan 21, 2004

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    Changi boat jetty, Singapore

    Near the changi village is the changi boat jetty where you can take a short boat ride to the beautiful and tranquil Pulau Ubin island on the other side. More information about Pulau Ubin can be found in my VT Pulau Ubin page.

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    Changi Village Hawker Centre & Market

    by victorwkf Written Jan 13, 2004

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    Changi Village hawker centre, Singapore

    There is a famous local hawker centre & market here with lots of good local food and drinks at a very low price, including the dried mushroom minced-meet noodles, nasi lemak etc. This is a must try when at Changi Village.

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    Local food galore !!!!!

    by victorwkf Written Jan 13, 2004

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    Delicious local food, Singapore

    Here are some examples of the delicious local food and drinks which you can get to taste at the Changi Village hawker centre. There are lots of Chinese, Malay and Indian food for you to try at a low price. The dishes in the photo are the dried mushroom minced-meet noddles, fried wanton, Ipoh Hor Fan and sugar cane drink.

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    How to get there ?

    by victorwkf Written Jan 13, 2004

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    Changi Village bus terminus, Singapore

    You can take SBS no. 2 from the city area all the way to the bus terminus at Changi Village. The bus ride will bring you through the heartland of Singapore where you see the landscape change from city to surburbs. Another way is to take the MRT train to Tampines station followed by SBS no. 29.

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    Changi Chapel & Museum

    by StayNuts Written Aug 14, 2008

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    The Changi Chapel & Museum has a collection of wartime stuffs and memories of the Japanese occupation during World War II in singapore (1942-1945). It commemorates the various POW camps that were situated at Changi where the Japanese occupiers held Allied prisoners of war.

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    changi chapel and museum

    by ukirsari Written Feb 15, 2005

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    changi museum (c) ukirsari

    collection of wartime stuffs and memories in singapore, including the time allied forces surrender to japan invasion [1942-1945]. several replicas also included to give more complete description about those nightmares. and in the open air, can be seen replica of the chapel which was common in several places in south east asia.

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  • Changi Prison Chapel and Museum

    by gracekkh2004 Written May 17, 2004

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    The Changi Museum was relocated to its new home on 15 February 2001 and was officially opened by our Trade and Industry Minister BG George Yeo. This date was also chosen to coincide with the 59th Anniversary of the fall of Singapore to the Japanese in 1942. The new Changi Museum replaces the Old Changi Prison Chapel and Museum (built in 1988) that was relocated to its current site to make way for the expansion of Changi Prison.

    In honouring the spirit and commitment of those who rose from the depths of adversity, the Museum inspires future generations to come and deepen their appreciation of the heroic and inspirational stories that unfolded in Changi during the war. The Changi Museum is dedicated to all those who lived and died in Singapore, in particular the Changi area, during the dark years of World War II.

    Location :
    1000, Upper Changi Road North,
    Singapore 507707

    Operation hours :
    9.30 am to 4.30 pm daily (including Sundays and Public Holidays)

    Admission : Free

    Getting There
    By MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) and Bus :
    - SBS Bus No. 2 from Tanah Merah MRT Station (EW4), or
    - SBS Bus No. 29 from Tampines MRT Station (EW2)

    Alight at the bus stop at the Changi Museum (after Women's Prison / opposite Changi Heights condominium)

    Telephone : (65) 6 214 2451
    Facsimile : (65) 6 214 1179
    E-mail
    changi_museum@pacific.net.sg

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    Changi Beach

    by StayNuts Written Aug 14, 2008

    Changi Village is near the Straits of Johor and host one of the beaches of Singapore where you can spend your time with swimming, camping, sun tanning, playing in the sand, etc. Mostly quiet but during weekends and school holiday seasons ( June and December ) it can be crowded.

    While laying down on the sand, you can spot low flying airplanes on approach for Changi International Airport, which is just around the corner. On sea you can see huge ships and tankers passing the beach to one of the ports in Straits of Johor.

    It is one of the oldest coastal parks in Singapore, this place brings back memories for Singaporeans who frequented this area in the 60s and 70s. The park is 3.2km long with stretches of sandy beaches between Changi Point and Changi Ferry Road.

    If you like to camp, then is Changi Beach is marvelous place. Singaporeans like to camp with tents on the beach during weekends and school holidays. And to make your camping complete, you can also book one of the barbeque pits around the beach. See the website of Singapore's National Parks Board for more information about the pits.

    At the western end of Changi beach ends the Changi River into the sea. You will spot here many small boats travelling to Pulua Ubin and Malaysia or fishing boats.

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    • Fishing
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