Changi Village Travel Guide

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Changi Village Things to Do

  • Changi Boardwalk

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

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  • Changi Chapel & Museum

    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 Beach

    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...

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  • Changi Point Coastal Broadwalk

    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...

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  • Changi Chapel & Museum

    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 Beach

    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...

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  • Loyang Tua Pek Kong Temple

    A famous Budhist temple visited by many locals during the weekends. You will find the temple along the Loyang Way on your way to Changi Village.

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  • Changi Chapel & Museum

    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...

    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 chapel and museum

    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

    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...

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  • Changi Sree Ramar Temple

    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...

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  • Night life

    During night time, there are several pubs located at the main street of Changi Village. You can also try the seafood restaurants, hawker centres or barbeque at the beach.

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  • Fishing equipment

    If you want to go fishing in nearby waters, you can get fishing equipment and supplies at the shops at changi Village.

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  • Changi Boat Jetty

    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 Beach

    Changi Beach is a nice beach which is near to Changi Village. More information is at my VT Changi Beach Park page.

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  • Shopping

    Changi Village has some stores where you can buy food, groceries and other items for your day at the nearby Changi Beach or a trip to the island of Pulau Ubin off its shores.

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  • How to get there ?

    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 Village Restaurants

  • Eat Fresh

    Subway Changi is located at a cosy place where many people come here to enjoy the beaches, the seas and the sun.After relaxing your body and soul, you may want to indulge yourself. Why not try Subway sandwiches. The sandwiches are freshly made to ensure that you get a healthy and nurituious meal.Need to perk yourself up after a hard work out at...

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  • The Terminal Bar

    This is a very nice and cosy restaurant cum bar which is situated on top of the Changi Ferry Terminal, with beautiful view of the surrounding beach, sea and you can even watch the planes land at Changi Airport. This restaurant serves local and western food at reasonable prices, and they have beer, wine, soft drinks etc. There is also good music as...

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  • Nasir Lemak

    Stall located inside the Changi Village Food Centre (Hawker Centre). It always long queue and you will need to wait for about 15 to 20 minutes to get your food. The rice (nasir) is very delicious, the chicken wings are crispy and the chilli is hot.This stall was so famous until people from other parts of Singapore, drove or took buses to Changi...

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Changi Village Transportation

  • Public Transport

    - Take the MRT (train) to ''Pasir Ris/Changi Airport'' from downtown (green line)- change at Tanah Merah MRT Station -> bus no. 2- or change at Tampines MRT Station -> bus no. 29total price: around S$3.00

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  • Changi Airport (SIN)

    Singapore's international airport is known as Changi International Airport, which should give you a good clue as to where it is located. Changi Village is located roughly 5 miles away from the main terminal, and the taxi ride cost roughly S$8 dollars to get to Le Meridien.Changi International Airport is a gateway to many destinations as the hub for...

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  • Public Bus

    From downtown or Tanah Merah MRT station take bus no. 2 to the bus terminal at Changi Village or take the bus from MRT station Tampines no. 29. Both MRT stations on the GREEN MRT line between Jurong and Pasir Ris.- Tanah Merah MRT Station -> bus no. 2- Tampines MRT Station -> bus no. 29

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Changi Village Warnings and Dangers

  • Lady Boys!

    Beware of the women that come up to you and ask you for a "date" when you are in Changi Village. The majority of them are actually Lady Boys (transvestites). The best thing to do is politely say no thank you and keep walking.

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  • Transvestites at night

    There are some transvestites at Changi Village at night, usually during the weekends and they like to hang around the carparks to look for potential clients. It should be OK as long as you do not approach or disturb them.

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Changi Village What to Pack

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    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: As you can imagine, with Singapore practically lying on the equator, there really is only one option for clothing... warm weather clothing. Changi Village has alot of water surrounding it, so you will probably need some beach combing gear, and a windbreaker for night, but otherwise wear whatever you would choose to wear in the summer time of other locations.

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Changi Village Off The Beaten Path

  • Changi Hospital

    Built in 1930's, together with an A/E opposite the road and several blocks of commando barracks cum Changi prison nearby, the Old Changi Hospital (OCH) is situated at Netheravon Road in Changi villages. It has quite a long and rich history for being the former hospital of today's modern Changi General Hospital in Simei and Toa Payoh Hospital...

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  • Haunted Hospital

    Built in 1930's, together with an A/E opposite the road and several blocks of commando barracks cum Changi prison nearby, the Old Changi Hospital (OCH) is situated at Netheravon Road in Changi villages. It has quite a long and rich history for being the former hospital of today's modern Changi General Hospital in Simei and Toa Payoh Hospital...

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  • Haunted Hospital

    Built in 1930's, together with an A/E opposite the road and several blocks of commando barracks cum Changi prison nearby, the Old Changi Hospital (OCH) is situated at Netheravon Road in Changi villages. It has quite a long and rich history for being the former hospital of today's modern Changi General Hospital in Simei and Toa Payoh Hospital...

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Changi Village Favorites

  • rest in peace

    what will across in your mind whenever watching greenery landscape to the direction to changi village? nice --even hot temperature-- but sad stories remains. it's about the prisons. these barracks and gloomy-dark-unhuman rooms which taken away prisoners of war. one of my singaporean friend said, "eerie me to stay nearby. sometimes i can hear...

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  • Changi Village Hotel - Re-opening on 22...

    Formerly known as "Le Meridien Changi".Hotel has undergone renovation work since November 2002 and are re-opening on 22 May 2004. Changi Village Hotel is the ideal location for a relaxing stay in Singapore. Located in a quiet Changi Village near almost natural habitation and are well positioned on the East Coast of Singapore and only 15 minutes...

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  • Old building of the Changi Hospital

    At Netheravon Road area, you will find the old colonial building of the Changi Hospital which has shifted to a modern location in the nearby Tampines housing estate a few years ago.

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