Time Required : 5-6 hours
Changi Village is a marvel among all the waterfront stops in Singapore. Located at the Northern side of Changi which itself is situated towards the eastern end of Singapore, this village exudes a unique charm with white shorelines decorated all through with coconut palms. Access to the beach, good food, sanctuaries and nature make Changi Village ideal for a tranquil day-out.
Changi Village supposedly derives its name from Chengai trees which are indigenous to the area. The serene area shares fair historical importance because of its active role in both Japanese conquest and World War 2. The vibe of this village is quite laid-back although modern, with scenic beauty all around, shores with a minimal number of people and lots of fresh air to breathe. Changi Village is also home to Changi ferry terminal from which there are regular ferry rides to Pulau Ubin and Malaysia. The village is well known for its resorts and leisure facilities making it a popular weekend getaway for people from all over Singapore.
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