Monday, June 27

Some recommendations of places to visit during your stay in Changi, Singapore

Changi Airport has been rated the best airport in the world by Skytrax for four consecutive years. The most famous thing about this airport is because it has the highest slide in Singapore, located in Terminal 2 with a height of 12 meters.

Not even a few tourists who just visit Changi and spend the night in this area and enjoy Singapore not far from Changi. one of which is Village Hotel Changi, which is not far from Changi with a distance of only 3 km. This location is located in an area that has various tourist attractions. The following are tourist recommendations that you can do while you are in the Changi area.

Changi Beach Park is the oldest central beach in Singapore, this park consists of two play areas. From the park, you can see the view from the bench provided. The location also has biking and running trails that make it friendly to those looking for a place to exercise.

From this beach park you can also see the coast that is often used as a tourist destination for children to play in the water. Not even a few fishermen are fishing here while enjoying the beautiful scenery that you can get at Changi Beach Park.

Changi Museum
The Changi Museum is a suitable tourist spot for those who want to learn about the history of Singapore. The Changi Museum was founded in 2001 and still exists today. In this Museum you can find several historical relics, especially from the Second World War. The museum opens to the public at 9:30 a.m. and closes at 5:00 p.m. If you want to visit this museum, you can take the MRT to Tampines, then continue the journey using public bus #29 to get to the museum stop.

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butterfly garden
For those of you who don’t want to travel too far from Changi Airport, you can visit the Butterfly Garden. The park is located at Terminal 3 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 pamper your eyes for a moment by seeing beautiful butterflies flying by. This park is also considered unique for being located in the airport area.

enchanted garden
The next tourist spot in the vicinity of Changi Airport is the Enchanted Garden. This tourist spot is in the form of a garden decorated with various flower statues. At first glance, the statues seem real. This place is also the choice of many visitors to simply rest while waiting for departure. If you are interested, you can find this enchanted garden in the terminal area of ​​Changi Airport.

Not only in the Changi Airport area, Singapore has an area called Changi Road, there is also an area here that has a variety of interesting destinations such as:

Geylang Serai New Market
Being one of the largest and busiest markets, Geylang Serai Market was formerly a shopping center as well as a salad bar, one of the oldest Malay settlements in Singapore. With its rich history and ancient interior, Geylang is a must-see destination for visitors. Geylang Serai Market is a major social hub and a great place to broaden your culinary horizons with a variety of traditional Malay dishes.

Spicy sour stings, beef rendang and fried plantains are just a few of the Malaysian dishes on offer at the Culinary Street Vendor Center on the second floor of this wet market. Culture lovers and explorers looking to immerse themselves in religious traditions and architecture should take a detour through trading blocks and ancient settlements, then visit the Sri Sivan Temple.

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Dedicated to Shiva, the main deity in the Hindu tradition, the original temple was damaged during World War II and moved to its current location in 1993.

katong mall
The Katong Mall sits stoically on the edge of East Coast Road. Like the many businesses throughout Katong and Joo Chiat, it has had to keep up, but thankfully it still manages to retain elements of old world charm within its unique architecture.

While enjoying the above two tours, you can stay at Hotel 81. A two-star hotel located on Changi Road, East Coast, Singapore, in the center of the city, may be your choice to stay. You can book your room at Hotel 81 Changi through Traveloka now.

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