Changi Point Coastal Walk
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There are two entrance points located at Changi Village and Changi Beach Club.

Take bus service 29, which plies between Tampines Interchange and Changi Village Terminal, and alighting along Netheravon Road. From there it is a short walk to the boardwalk entrance. They could also take service 2 to Changi Village Terminal and then walk to the boardwalk entrance.

Visitors who drive can park at the carparks next to Changi Ferry Terminal and Changi Food Centre, along Cranwell Road near the Changi Beach Club entrance, or at the Changi Sailing Club which allows the public to use their carpark at a nominal fee (all day on weekdays and after 6.00pm on weekends and public holidays).

Changi Boardwalk
Along Netheravon Road.
The 1.2km long Changi Boardwalk (樟宜木板路), during 2003, has four distinctive segments: 'Sailing Point Walk' which gives views to the sailboats and the sea, 'Cliff Walk' which winds through the trees below the hilltop chalets, 'Kelong Walk' which is set on silts over the water, and 'Sunset Walk' which ends in a viewing deck where you enjoy the sunset view.

Continuing on you will go into the 'Beach Walk' where you can take in the scenic sea views and sandy beaches and 'Creek Walk' - feel the life and buzz of bumboats ferrying passengers to and from the offshore islands, together with the boardwalk, you can now take an uninterrupted stroll along the entire stretch of the coastline all the way from Changi Beach Club to Changi Village along this 2.6 km coastal walk, known as Changi Point Coastal Walk (樟宜尾沿岸木板路).

The 1.2 km Western Coastline Boardwalk stretching from Changi Beach Club (originated as the Changi Swimming Club back in 1972) to Changi Sailing Club along the western coast of Changi Point, is part of the Urban Redevelopment Authority's (URA) infrastructure improvement works to enhance Changi Point. Construction of the Changi Boardwalk started in 29 October 2001 and was completed in 15 August 2003 at the cost of $3.5 million.

The second phase construction of the boardwalk, comprising the eastern sections, was completed in five stages from 2004 to September 2006. The total cost of envrionmental improvement works for Changi Point - including the S$5.4 million boardwalks and S$8 million improvements to the Changi Point Ferry Terminal - was about S$16.7 million.

There are no tours here. You may want to visit the nearby Changi Beach.



January 2010.