Ranked 31 among Places to Visit in Singapore
Changi Chapel and Museum is a place that stores the horrors of WWII, showcasing the cause and consequences of the war through its varied collection.
Narrating the story of sufferings of Singapore under the attack of Japanese soldiers, the Changi Chapel and Museum displays the profound fear of WWII. The museum houses the photographs, personal objects, letters that are now proof to the incarceration of more than 50,000 civilians and soldiers in Changi Prison. Right in the middle of the museum in the open-air courtyard is the Changi Chapel, a replica of several other chapels that were built during WWII. The monument symbolizes the refusal of Japanese rule by the people of Singapore. One can hire a guide or take an audio guide for a better understanding of Changi prisoners' wartime experiences.
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