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Changi Memorial and Chapel Tours

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Changi Memorial and Chapel
Please note: The Changi Memorial and Chapel is currently closed for renovation. The reopening is scheduled for late 2020. 

Having moved from the prison site to its new location directly across the Changi Gaol in 2001, the Changi Memorial and Chapel is a testament to those prisoners of war who were made to suffer and perish during World War II.

In the memorial, several artifacts from the period show how Singaporeans, particularly those prisoners being held in the Changi prison, had suffered under Japanese occupation during the war. Boasting tons of personal affects including emotional letters, drawings and photographs, the memorial tells the stories of more than 50,000 people who had been there between 1942 and 1945.

Entrance is free or for a nominal fee, visitors can elect to embark on a one hour guided tour of the complex that goes through paintings made years later by several internees who recreated what life as a POW was like inside the prison. Visitors can also purchase an audio tour or stop over to watch one of a few informative videos with footage from the era.

In the corner of the memorial, there is a neat collection of rare books which deal exclusively with what Singapore was like during wartime.

Located on Upper Changi Road North, the memorial and chapel are open daily from 9:30am with last admission at 5pm. They can easily be reached by hopping on the SBS bus #2 from Tanah Merah MRT station (EW4), which stops directly in front of the Changi Chapel and Museum.
Address: 1000 Upper Changi Road North, 507707, Singapore
Hours: Open daily 9:30am-5pm
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Private Tour: The Fall of Singapore WWII

Private Tour: The Fall of Singapore WWII

Visitors enamored with Singapore’s green urban spaces and burgeoning food scene can often travel through the city without learning about its past. This private tour brings Singapore’s emotional World War II history to life. You’ll visit historical sites with a driver-guide to learn about the Fall of Singapore, when the Japanese Empire invaded the British stronghold. Visit underground bunkers, listen to war-time strategy stories, and stop at museums and monuments where guided tours are available. The tour includes lunch that recreates WW2 refugee meals.
  • 7 to 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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What are Changi Memorial and Chapel hours of operation?
Changi Memorial and Chapel hours of operation: Open daily 9:30am-5pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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