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Take A Stroll Around Changi Point Coastal Walk

This shore along the sea is approximately 2.2 km long. The Changi Point Coastal Walk, also known as Changi Broadwalk will give you the view of Johor waters and is among the many beautiful places to see in SingaporeHowever, Changi Point Coastal Walk is not suitable for baby strollers. 

There are a few entrances to reach Changi Point Coastal Walk. The easiest one is beside Terminal Changi Ferry Point, the terminal that is usually used to ride the bumboat to Pulau Ubin. You will get the chance to see bumboat that leaves from Terminal Changi Ferry Point to the sea by walking from Creek Walk and passes Civil Service Club (Changi).

Next, Beachwalk was once a sidewalk but is now a foot path that is located along a beach, just like its name. You can also come to Sailing Point Walk to view beautiful boats and go to Cliff Walk. At Cliff Walk, there is a staircase that will lead you to Kelong Walk.

The last destination of Changi Broadwalk is Sunset Walk. Just like its name, you can can already guess what you will find at the end of this walk way so come and find out what other special things you will find. At night, you can see the city lights of Punggol from here!

Sunset Walk also acts as a mark of the last section of Changi Point Coastal Walk. To go back to where you came from, you will need to walk back to Kelong Walk where there is an exit to Gasport Road. Alternatively, you can walk back to Changi Village for 45-60 minutes long Changi Point Coastal Walk.

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This shore along the sea is approximately 2.2 km long. The Changi Point Coastal Walk, also known as Changi Broadwalk will give you the view of Johor waters and is among the many beautiful places to see in SingaporeHowever, Changi Point Coastal Walk is not suitable for baby strollers. 

There are a few entrances to reach Changi Point Coastal Walk. The easiest one is beside Terminal Changi Ferry Point, the terminal that is usually used to ride the bumboat to Pulau Ubin. You will get the chance to see bumboat that leaves from Terminal Changi Ferry Point to the sea by walking from Creek Walk and passes Civil Service Club (Changi).

Next, Beachwalk was once a sidewalk but is now a foot path that is located along a beach, just like its name. You can also come to Sailing Point Walk to view beautiful boats and go to Cliff Walk. At Cliff Walk, there is a staircase that will lead you to Kelong Walk.

The last destination of Changi Broadwalk is Sunset Walk. Just like its name, you can can already guess what you will find at the end of this walk way so come and find out what other special things you will find. At night, you can see the city lights of Punggol from here!

Sunset Walk also acts as a mark of the last section of Changi Point Coastal Walk. To go back to where you came from, you will need to walk back to Kelong Walk where there is an exit to Gasport Road. Alternatively, you can walk back to Changi Village for 45-60 minutes long Changi Point Coastal Walk.

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