- Sunset Walk, one of the best spots to catch a splendid sunset,
- Kelong Walk, a stretch reminiscent of the good old ‘kelong’ days,
- Cliff Walk located just below the hilltop chalets with panoramic views of the area and lush greenery,
- Sailing Point Walk near the Changi Sailing Club.
The natural beauty and serenity of the Boardwalk can be appreciated by anyone, day or night.
- Mosquito repellent, sunscreen, umbrellas or hats are advisable as shelters are limited
- Except for a few narrow steps leading to the beach, the boardwalk is generally wide and stroller-friendly
- Keep footwear on at Sunset Walk, as some rocks are rugged and covered with barnacles
- Bring sandcastle-building toys for kids to have more fun at the beach
Special Note: Do keep the beach clean as a courtesy to the next visitor!
1. Take the MRT to Tanah Merah Station. Exit and take Bus Number 2 all the way to Changi Village Bus Terminal.
2. Take the MRT to Tampines Station. Then take Bus Number 29. Stop outside Changi Village Hotel.
Head for Changi Beach Club or Changi Point Ferry Terminal.
Exit at Loyang Avenue from Tampines Expressway (TPE). Drive along Loyang Avenue and turn left at junction with Changi Village Road. Parking available near Changi Point Ferry Terminal. Limited parking at Changi Beach Club entrance.