Changi Beach Park


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Visitor Info

One of the oldest coastal parks in Singapore, this place brings back memories for Singaporeans who frequented this area in the sixties and seventies. Approximately 3.3km long, this linear park has stretches of pristine white beaches dotted with coconut palms, BBQ pits, park benches and shelters.

The Kampong ambience has been carefully retained while a jogging track and other amenities were added. Visitors can jog or cycle along the winding tracks from Changi Point to Changi Ferry Terminal.

This is the place where families can gather over the weekends for swimming, picnics and barbecues. Sitting by the beach, you can look out to the sea overlooking Pulau Ubin, enjoy the gentle sea breeze and sways of the coconut palms, and listen to the waves rolling onto the white sandy beach.

Experience seafront dining at Bistro @ Changi, or there are plenty of other restaurants to choose from the nearby Changi Village. You will not go hungry at Changi Beach Park.


Facilities Available

Drinking fountain, World War II Memorial Plaque, Sand play area, Skate and bicycle kiosk, Restroom / Toilets with outdoor shower facilities, Adventure Playground, Jogging path/ running track, Food & beverage area/ restaurant/ cafe, Cycling track, Barbecue pits

Activities Available


Businesses located in this park


Lighted Hours

7:00 pm to 7:00 am






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Weather Forecast

Fri, 19 Dec 2014


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Along Nicoll Drive and Changi Coast Road

Park Size

28 Ha

Getting There


Do's & Don'ts

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A disabled-friendly Park

Online Booking for BBQ Pit


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Information is Updated on 19/05/2013