Changi is bordered by the Pasir Ris and Tampines between the Changi Bay and the South China Sea, in the eastern region of Singapore. It is a designated planning region and contains many outdoor activities amongst its bountiful beaches and gardens. The Changi Airport and Changi Air Base are the most notable features of the region.
Beyond the Changi Airport, there is a myriad of tourist attractions, the most popular including the Changi Golf Club and the Changi Beach. Sailing and deep sea fishing opportunities abound,the boardwalk makes for a great ocean view. The area boasts many exclusive outdoor activities like Forest Adventure, Enchanted Garden, Orchid Garden, and Butterfly Garden.
An MRT train connects the city’s Tanah Merah station to the airport. An hour long bus ride is another form of transportation between the two points. Airport taxis are popular as well. The Changi Ferry Terminal is a unique transit option that allows for access from the sea to the nearby attraction of Pulau Ubin Island.
The Changi prison is a notable feature of the region, a former Japanese Prison Camp from WWII. It remains a penitentiary to this day and houses many of Singapore’s most infamous criminals. It is now called the Changi Prison Complex.