|Your Guide to Museums in Singapore|
Changi Chapel & Museum
Changi Chapel and Museum is a lasting testament to the endurance and courage of World War II prisoners-of-war, and highlights an important part of Singapore's war history.
Located in an open-air courtyard, Changi Chapel was first built by the inmates of Changi and stands as a monument to those who kept their faith and dignity in the face of seemingly hopeless odds.
Through a selection of photographs, drawings and personal items donated by former prisoners-of-war and their families, Changi Museum tells the moving story of over three years of occupation and the imprisonment of more than 50,000 civilians and soldiers.
1000 Upper Changi Road North, Singapore 507707
Daily, 9.30am - 4.30pm
How to get there
From PIE Exit No. 2, keep in middle lane and turn right under flyover. Drive straight along Upper Changi Road North, past Changi Prison. Changi Chapel & Museum is located on the right, opposite Changi Heights Condominium.