Changi Beach

At approximately two miles (3.3 km) long, Changi Beach is a gorgeous stretch of beach that is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. It’s one of the oldest coastal parks in Singapore and has managed to retain a laid-back feel that is refreshing in the hustle and bustle of this very modern city. From the beach you can see Palau Ubin, one of the few undeveloped places left in the country.

From barbecuing on the beach to jogging or cycling on the wide recreation path, this stretch of white sand is a popular place to gather on the weekends to catch up with friends or simply enjoy the sunrise or the sunset. Along with the recreational activities, Changi Beach is also a location of interest for wildlife lovers. Several types of seahorses and pipefish are monitored in the waters off of Changi Beach and many different species of birds have been spotted from the land. Of course, there are also the mechanical birds that are easily spotted: Changi International Airport is not far from the beach and airplane spotting is another popular activity on the beach. 

In the midst of the sun and sand on Changi Beach, though, there is a darker history. During World War II the Japanese invaded Singapore and Changi Beach was the location for the execution of POWs. Some visitors report hearing cries, screams and other unsettling occurrences, making Changi Beach one of most haunted places in Asia. However, most people visit this serene stretch of sand without any knowledge of its dark past. 

Practical Info

You can reach Changi Beach by taking the MRT to the SAF Ferry Terminal. From there it's a 20-minute walk along the beach to Carpark 7 at the Changi Ferry Terminal. Or, Changi Beach is also served by SBS Transit bus services at several bus stops along its length. Alternately, take the bus to Changi Village and it’s a five minutes of walk across the pedestrian footbridge to the park.
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Dirección: Nicoll Dr, Singapore 498991, Singapur
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Ruta del entrenador Changi de la Segunda Guerra Mundial

Esta es la fascinante historia de valientes hombres y mujeres que lucharon y fueron internados durante la ocupación japonesa en la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Este tour en autocar lo lleva a la Capilla Changi (abierta hasta finales de diciembre de 2018), Johore Battery, Selarang Barracks y más. Con 2 itinerarios para salidas de fin de semana o de lunes a viernes, ¡disfrute de más opciones!
  • Duración: 4 horas
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Ubin Bisect Kayak

Disfrute de una escapada al aire libre desde el ajetreo y el bullicio del centro de Singapur en Pulau Ubin, una isla pequeña y tranquila frente a la costa noreste de Singapur. Durante un recorrido en kayak ecológico, remarás 9 millas alrededor de la mitad oriental de la isla, a través de humedales y arroyos. Con la ayuda de un guía experimentado, observe la vida silvestre, como delfines, águilas marinas, mantarrayas, nutrias y lagartos monitores.
  • Duración: 6 horas
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