The Changi tree may have lent its name to Changi, which was once an area blooming with flora and fauna.
Places of interest
Changi Beach Park
Changi Beach is a beach located at the northern tip of Changi in the eastern region of Singapore. The 28-hectare beach is one of the oldest coastal parks in Singapore, retaining the “kampung” or village atmosphere of the 60’s and 70’s.
Getting there: Bus stop ID: 99171 (Changi Beach CP 2), 99161 (Bef Changi Beach CP 3), 95071 (Changi Beach CP 4), 95081 (Changi Beach CP 5), 95091 (SAF Ferry Ter)
Republic of Singapore Navy Museum
Situated next to Pulau Ubin, this aquaculture farm was built in 2006 and focuses on the cultivation and breeding of sea bass, tiger grouper, flower crab, mussels, lobsters and other live seafood. So, here’s one unique spot where you can feast on the plethora of seafood fresh from the waters next to you or fish for your own sea bass and snapper and ask the chef to cook it the very way you like it!
Address: 112 Tanah Merah Coast Rd, Singapore 498794