Changi Beach is located at the tip of Changi in east Singapore and is one of the oldest coastal parks in the country. Best known for its idyllic village aura, or what the locals refer to as kampung, the beach stretches for about 3.3 kilometres between the road and Changi point.
Changi Beach – Swimming, Park BBQs & Lookout Locations, Singapore
Visitors can enjoy fishing, while others sit back and enjoy picnics with family and friends. It is not uncommon to find visitors sun basking in the midday sun, all the while enjoying watching the landing air planes that circle the afternoon sky.
Adrenaline junkies also have the opportunity to indulge in a wide range of watersports in the ocean. There are camping sites on location for those who want to stay for a few days and other activities that visitors can enjoy include jogging, beach games as well as watching the sunrise and sunset.
The best place to get the most incredible views of sunrise views is at the SAF Changi Ferry Terminal located towards the eastern end of the coastal park. For sunset views however, make your way to Changi Point.
Facilities available at Changi Beach include barbecue pits, a fitness stations for fitness lovers and washroom facilities (with and without showers). There is also a playground on site to keep the little ones occupied.