The Changi museum is a museum dedicated to all the men and women who died during the line of duty during World War II. The Museum has a collection of paintings, photographs and personal effects donated by former POWs. The museum also has a chapel next to it.

We were given half an hour by the tour guide to see the museum and I honestly think half an hour is too less a time. The museum had personal messages displayed by the soldiers and it exhibited many artefacts. It is a great place to visit to gain some insight into Singapore’s history.

Booking & Pricing:

The museum is open from 9:30 AM till 5 PM and the entrance is free. More information can be found on their website – www.changimuseum.sg.

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