Changi Beach Park
One of the oldest coastal parks in Singapore, Changi Beach Park still retains a kampong ambience. With stretches of pristine white beaches dotted with coconut palms, BBQ pits, park benches and shelters, the park is a great place for families to gather for swimming, picnics and barbeques.
Fitness enthusiasts can jog and cycle along the winding tracks. Alternatively, experience seafront dining at a bistro in the park or at the nearby Changi Village and enjoy the gentle sea breeze and the sound of rolling waves as you dine.
Approximately 3.3km long, Changi Beach Park stretches from Changi Point to Changi Ferry Terminal and overlooks Pulau Ubin.
How to get there: Bus stop ID: 99171 (Changi Beach CP 2), 99161 (Bef Changi Beach CP 3), 95071 (Changi Beach CP 4), 95081 (Changi Beach CP 5), 95091 (SAF Ferry Ter)
Park Size: 28 hectares
Park lighting hours: 7:00pm to 7:00am
Accessibility info: Wheelchair accessible
Attractions: World War II Memorial Plaque, Playground, Sand Play Area
1. Camping (including the use of tents) is not allowed in Changi Beach Park.
Things To Do
Fancy cooking your own food and eating in the great outdoors? You can hold a barbecue at Changi Beach Park. There are 20 BBQ pits located across the entire park. Click here to book a barbecue pit.
Cycling & Inline Skating
Cycling is an activity that many visitors to Changi Beach Park enjoy. Come with your own bicycle or you can rent one from the bicycle kiosks found within the park.
Changi Beach Park offers a bistro for park users to dine at.
An activity that park visitors enjoy is fishing. Come with your own rods and remember to practise good fishing etiquette.
Whether you enjoy photographing fauna or scenic landscapes, there is always something at Changi Beach Park for shutterbugs.
Changi Beach Park currently does not have any volunteering opportunities. Do visit our Volunteer page to find out more about the volunteer opportunities at some of the other parks.