Changi beach is one of the oldest coastal beaches in Singapore and still preserves the flavour of Kampong Culture. The beach is about 28 hectares and features a perfect ambience for adults, youngsters and kids. The beach starts from Changi Point and Stretches up to Changi ferry terminal.
The advantage of this beach is it has everything accommodated quite nicely; from recreational activities to bbqs and resorts in the span of 3.2 kms. The beach is spanned with white sand and dotted with coconut palms making it an ideal place to start a cozy picnic.
Highlights: wheelchairs are accessible, the park includes sea facing bistros with the mouthwatering menu on the card, several activities such as jogging, swimming and cycling can be done here. Also, you can spend some quaint time at the nearby Changi Village. There’s a World War II memorial plaque at the beach which is also a tourist visiting place.
Location: Changi Coast Road