Changi Beach Park

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Changi beach is one of the oldest beaches in Singapore, one of the few places in the city-state to retain the village or 'kampong' ambience from the 60s and 70s. The beach water is bluish white and stretches for about 3.3 km along the coast. It is a famous spot for the locals to spend time with their families. Many people enjoy cycling and skating across the area. The beach is never overcrowded, giving a much-needed feeling of peace to its visitors, a contrast to the busy and cosmopolitan nature of urban Singapore. Changi Beach Park is one of the locations identified by Singaporean authorities as part of the Seahorse Monitoring Project, a project initiated to monitor the seahorse and pipefish population.

Changi beach was a war zone in the World War Two, which has led to rumours of the beach beaing haunted. Spread across 28 hectares, the park is host to a variety of dense trees such as Casuarinas, Kicars and Sepetirs, sea-facing restaurants, BBQ grills, picnic spots and more. The beach stretches from Changi Point to Changi Ferry Terminal. The coast is lined up with rows of trees and a grassy expanse, making it a good picnic spot. Due to its close proximity to the Changi International Airport, you will occassionally see planes flying to and fro above your head.

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The Changi Beach was one of the killing grounds used by the Japanese Imperial Army during Japanese Occupation of Singapore, where 66 Chinese male civilians were shot down by the Japanese Hojo Kempei, part of the Sook Ching operation to root out anti-Japanese civilians, known as the Sook Ching massacre of 1942. A war monument plaque was erected near Camp Site 2 at the Changi Beach Park, with a description of the incident inscribed onto it.

  • Barbecuing: There are 20 Barbecue pits across the Changi Beach stretch, which may be booked for hosting fun barbecue parties while enjoying the relaxing atmosphere of the area.
  • Cycling & Inline Skating: Cycling and skating are popular activities that many visitors to Changi Beach Park enjoy. Bicycle and skate kiosks can be found throughout the beach park. Visitors may also bring their own equipment for the same.
  • Dining: Foodies will be spoilt for choice with the numerous dining options found around Changi Village.
  • Picnics: The environment at Changi Beach Park, with its rows of trees, endless sandy stretch and soft grass, make for the perfect picnic spot as visitors can sit around and enjoy the gorgeous landscape of the beach park.
  • Fishing: Fishing is a very popular activity amongst visitors, especially during the afternoons and weekends.
  • Photography: Changi Beach Park offers a plethora of gorgeous picturesque views that deserve to be captured on film. Sunrises and sunsets here are particularly alluring to shutterbugs.


  • Visit the beach around sunset to enjoy view or early in the morning for cycling.
  • Fishing and other activities can be carried out around noon when there is abundant light.
  • Camping is not allowed on the beach.
  • Estaurine Crocodiles are known to swim freely in the Straits of Johar. If encountered, stay calm and back away slowly. Do not approach, provoke or feed the crocodiles.

The Changi Beach Park is verl well-connected by public transport, as it is in close proximity to the Changi International Airport. One can arrive here by ferry through the Changi Ferry Terminal, and deboard at the Changi Beach Cp 2 bus station, the closest bus stop to this attraction.

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