Changi Beach Park

Approximately 3.3km long, Changi Beach Park stretches from Changi Point to Changi Ferry Terminal and overlooks Pulau Ubin. Adorned with BBQ pits, park benches and shelters along the beach, the park is ideal for families to gather for swimming, picnics and barbeques. For a healthy workout, go for a jog or cycle along the winding tracks. Alternatively, experience seafront dining at the park bistro or nearby Changi Village.

Changi Boardwalk

This 2.2km boardwalk at Changi Point consists of four distinct sections: Sunset Walk – where you enjoy a splendid sunset view, Kelong Walk - a stretch of boardwalk built on stilts above water, Cliff Walk - a path through lush greenery, and Sailing Point Walk – situated just beside the sea

Changi Museum

Relocated on 15 February 2001, the new Changi Museum replaces the Old Changi Prison Chapel and Museum built in 1988. The Museum honours all those who lived and died in Singapore, particularly the Changi area, during the dark years of World War II. Through documentation of significant events of the Japanese Occupation, the Museum also serves as an important educational institution and resource centre.

Pulau Ubin

Go back in time to 1960s Singapore at nearby Pulau Ubin (Granite Island). Shaped like a boomerang, the island houses Singapore’s last kampongs and preserves the rustic beauty and simplicity of a bygone era. Wander along the many trails and see how the local residents live on traditional methods. Thrill seekers can rent mountain bikes from the many rental shops and embark on an exhilarating ride across the island’s rugged terrain. Don’t forget to stop by the quarry to admire the mesmerising granite hills and aqua-coloured lake!

Chek Jawa

Chek Jawa or Tanjung Chek Jawa is a nature reserve teeming with life and biodiversity in Pulau Ubin. To visit the 100-hectare wetlands, take a ferry to Pulau Ubin, and rent a van or bicycle. If you enjoy walking, it is about a 40-minute walk from the main village. Experience Chek Jawa’s rich plant and marine life along the 1.1 km boardwalk that runs along the coast and mangrove area. A 21-metre tall viewing tower lets you observe birdlife, including the Collared Kingfisher and Straw-headed Bulbul. To book a guided tour: please contact Changi Front Office – changi@csc.sg*.
*Only for Chalet Guests and addition charges applied.

Guided Cycling Trail @ Pulau Ubin

Hop on a bicycle to get around the island and explore the last kampongs in Singapore with rustic housing and friendly locals. Rental of bicycle is available at the Pulau Ubin Jetty. Refer to the link to find out more information:https://www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-and-nature/parks-and-nature-reserves/pulau-ubin-and-chek-jawa.