|Accommodation||Hotels, bungalows and campsites|
|Dining||Nasi Lemak and sea food|
The Beach Park, in the vicinity of Changi village, is a nice place for passing some time in leisure. Along with fine sandy stretches, the prominent attractions of the place are Chek Jawa and the Boardwalk. Chek Jawa is a newly-found eco haven at Pulau Ubin island which has also led to the construction of new ferry terminal at Changi village. Sri Ramar Temple at Changi Village is also a good place to see.
The Beach Park is good for activities like fishing, golf and jogging. Sunrise and sunset vistas of the Park are also appreciated.
A 1.2 km boardwalk along the scenic coast connects the Changi Beach Club to the Changi Sailing Club. One passes amidst several heritage trees when on the way to the walk. The boardwalk comprises four segments:
Sunset Walk: It provides glorious views of the sunset over Changi point, with massive boulders working as a backdrop.
Kelong Walk: This stretch has kelong stilts built over water, giving one an idea of the old Kelong days.
Cliff Walk: Passing through verdant landscape, the walk is located just below the hilltop chalets. Viewing decks on this stretch give lovely views.
Sailing Point Walk: One can enjoy open sea walking on this stretch.
How to Reach
Visitors can take several buses of SBS Transit bus services which drop the visitors at various bus stops along the length of the beach. The tourists can also get down from the vehicle at Changi Village Bus Terminal.
Accommodation & Dining
Few hotels and bungalows provide lodging to the visitors. The beach assumes the role of a camping site on the weekends.
The food centre at Changi Village is known for its dish nasi lemak and sea food. Some other food courts are also present at the place. One can purchase other things of necessity from the grocery shops of the village.