Changi Village Hawker Centre

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Time Required: 1 - 2 hours

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Monday - Thursday: 6:00 AM - 2:00 AM,
Friday: 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM,
Saturday, Sunday: All Day

Entry Fee:

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Changi Village Hawker Centre, Singapore Overview

With the boardwalks and the beach parks, the temples and the chapels, Changi Village is a popular hub among the locals and visitors alike. However, what sets the place apart from the rest is the Changi Village Hawker Centre serving mouth-watering Malay food to the ones who throng the place day in and day out.

Even though the cuisine is predominantly Malay, Changi Village Hawker Centre, located next to the Changi Village Ferry Terminal, has no dearth of Chinese and Asian dishes. Sure, you may step into the numerous hotels and restaurants that are peppered across this village, but to walk into a place with endless options of delicious dishes to choose from while taking in the scent of the inviting food, waiting for your turn to be served sitting amidst hundreds of other food connoisseurs, and having your fill of yummy grub at just as low as SGD 3 has a charm you cannot beat. The numerous stalls have their own specials, serving a plethora of other food items as well. Be it a breakfast at seven in the morning, or a quick dinner at midnight, this food centre is the ideal place to head out to if you wish to have your fair share of tantalizing, finger-licking food.

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Changi Village Hawker Centre has a greater number of dishes that one can possibly count. While it is recommended that you not miss out on anything, here are three dishes that you absolutely must try out.
  • Nasi Lemak: One simply does not head out of the Changi Village Hawker Centre without gorging on its delicious Nasi Lemak. Priced at just SGD 3.50, the International Muslim Stall of Nasi Lemak is indeed, internationally renowned for the delicious combination of piping coconut rice, crispy fried chicken, fried eggs and fried Ikan Billis, coming together to form a dish so enticing, that you are not likely to forget its taste for a long time.
  • Chicken Chop Hor Fun: There is nothing like some steaming rice noodles covered in hot, tangy gravy and accompanied with tantalizing fried chicken. Have your fill of the must-order dish at the Weng Kee Ipoh Hor Fun for just SGD 3.50 and you are bound to visit again.
  • Cendol: No meal is ever complete without some dessert to satisfy your sweet tooth. And the Cendol Melaka‚Äôs stall is here to help you with that. What makes the cendol in this stall worthy of a long queue is its freshly made ingredients that will appeal to your taste buds. You can go for the simple, original cendol for only SGD 1.50 or add some toppings such as durian, red bean, glutinous rice or sweet corn.

By Bus: Get on the bus 2, 29, 59 or 109 which arrive at the Changi Point Bus Terminal right next to the Changi Village Hawkers Centre.
By Ferry: From Pulau Ubin, you can ride a bumboat for SGD 3 and reach the Changi Point Ferry Terminal within fifteen minutes.
By MRT: Disembark on the Tanah Merah MRT station and then take bus 2 from there to the Changi Village Hawker Centre.

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