In line with the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) latest advisory to minimise further spread of COVID-19, playgrounds/nature playgardens, fishing areas, fitness corners/stations, football fields, basketball/volleyball court facilities, dog runs and water play/water recreational facilities are closed until 4 May. While parks and gardens remain open during this period for the public to exercise, gathering in groups in parks is not permitted
The Changi Boardwalk, located at Changi Point in Singapore, is a landmark best known for its spectacular coastal scenery, easy hiking trails, and diverse flora and fauna.
It connects visitors to the Changi Sailing Club, Beach Club, Beach Park, and Village.
Changi Boardwalk, Coastal Walk, Fishing, Parking & Bike Map, Singapore
There are six scenic trails to discover on the 2.2km long Changi Boardwalk. From the Creek Walk, visitors can see glimpses of boats that ferry people to and from the nearby islands. During low tide, you may be able to see crabs and starfish.
The Beach Walk is where you can take in gorgeous views of the coastline and beach. The Sailing Walk, 600m long, gives visitors terrific views of the open sea and the many sailboats passing by. The Cliff Walk is a lush, verdant area that offers a feeling of being in the jungle.
The Kelong Walk boardwalk stretches out into the sea and is built above the water on stilts that resemble the kelong. Lastly, the Sunset Walk is the best place for sunset views. Located on the western end of the walk, this is one of the most romantic areas on the Changi Boardwalk.
For a comfortable visit, it is advised to dress comfortably and come in walking shoes. Many of the areas are not shaded, so you may want to wear sunscreen for added protection. If you’d like to make the most out of your visit to the Changi Boardwalk, you might want to consider going for sunrise. It’ll give you the best views of the morning sun, which makes an excellent backdrop for photos. Otherwise, late afternoons are also a great time to visit, and in the evenings, the paths are well-lit.
It takes roughly an hour and a half to explore the sights here; admission is free of charge, and it’s open 24 hours a day. Visitors should keep in mind that feeding and releasing of animals is strictly prohibited; so is touching and removing plants in the area.