House No. 1
This black and white Tudor-style house was built in the 1930's as a retreat for the Chief Surveyor of Singapore and has supposedly the...
Inside it's your typical low-key bar – TVs with the sports channel on, dark moody interiors and a long bar. But the expats who frequent...
Gd O’ Times
A relatively late player in the Peranakan food game, but boy, has this restaurant got game. Its ayam buah keluak (chicken stewed with...
Changi Village information
The low-slung buildings are modern, but Changi Village maintains its village atmosphere; the lively hawker centre next to the bus terminus is the focal point. Changi Beach (where thousands of Singaporean civilians were executed during WWII), lapped by the polluted waters of the Straits of Johor, is lousy for swimming, but there’s a good stretch of sand. The ferry terminal for catching a bumboat to Pulau Ubin is located opposite the hawker centre.
Just beyond the ferry terminal is the starting point of the Changi Point Coastal Walk , a relaxing 2.2km-long boardwalk that traverses mangroves, a sandy beach and the verdant grounds of government holiday villas.