Five Things to do in Changi During Holiday Time
Are you tired of the daily routine of life? If yes, then traveling to Singapore is one of the options that must be tried. When traveling to Singapore, people usually choose a hotel that is close to the tourist spot they want to visit. For example, Village Hotel Changi which is just 15 minutes from Changi Airport, 3-minute walk from Changi Golf Club, and 8 km from the Singapore Expo meeting.
Besides visiting Marina Bay and Sentosa Island, many people come to visit Changi, the largest district in the country by area of Singapore. It is bordered by Pasir Ris and Tampines to the west and Changi Bay to the east. There are many attractions that you can visit in Changi. These are 5 recommendations for you!
Changi Beach Park
Changi Beach Park is located in the eastern region of Singapore. Changi Beach is a romantic, clean, and beautiful beach. The beach is not too crowded with visitors, so it is suitable for relaxing or even having a picnic enjoying the beach view. The view will be breathtaking if you go at night. Good for relaxing and seeing people fishing. There is a hawker area close by with lots of restaurants and bars. You can take a bus from Pasir Ris MRT station to get to this place.
Changi Museum is a good spot for those of you who want to know about the history of Singapore. Changi Museum was founded in 2001 and still exists today. You can find some historical relics in this museum, especially during World War II. The museum opens to the public at 09.30 am and closes at 05.00 pm. If you want to visit this museum, you can take the MRT to Tampines and continue the journey using the public bus no. 29 to arrive at the museum stop.
Sree Ramar Temple
In Changi, you can visit Sree Ramar Temple, near Tanah Merah MRT Station. This is a temple for the Hindu god Rama. Sree Ramar Temple has unique characteristics. Not only Rama, the temple is also home to statues of Buddha and Guan Yin (Goddess of Compassion), which reflect Singapore’s multi-religious life. This temple is located at the junction of Loyang Avenue and Changi Village Road in the east of Singapore.
For those of you who don’t want to travel too far from Changi airport, then you can visit the Butterfly Park. The park is located in the terminal 3 area of Changi International Airport. You can take the skytrain, which is still in the immigration area, to get to terminal 3. At the butterfly park, you can spoil your eyes for a moment by seeing beautiful butterflies flying. This park is also considered unique because it is located in the airport area.
Changi Boardwalk is a 2.2 km boardwalk at Changi Point, Singapore. This place has a wooden path along the water with shady trees, a beach view, and beautiful night light. This place is also known as Changi Point Coastal Walk. You can visit Changi Boardwalk by Bus or MRT.
Besides Village Hotel Changi, you can also spend the night in Hotel 81 Changi whenever visiting Changi. This hotel is only a 5-minute walk from the MRT station, 7 km from the Singapore Flyer, and 4 km from Bedok Mall. Hotel rooms offer free Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs, work desks, minibars, also tea and coffee making facilities. Some rooms have city views.
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