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Changi Chapel and Museum
Changi Chapel

This chapel is modelled after St George’s Church, one of the numerous churches built by the prisoners of war in Changi during their internment.

Life as Prisoners of War
Life as Prisoners of War

For the internees of Changi, the prospect of imprisonment was grim, but they were determined to endure what lay ahead.

Resilience in Adversity
Resilience in Adversity

To make the best of a bad situation, internees turned to ingenuity and improvisation to meet their needs.


Though Changi today is a far cry from its former life during World War Two, its legacy will forever remain a part of the national and personal histories of the countries and lives it impacted.


9.30am to 5:30pm
Tuesdays to Sundays
Closed every Monday except Public Holidays
Last admission at 5pm




Limited paid parking lots for cars and motorcycles are available at the Changi Chapel and Museum. There is no public parking available in the vicinity. Visitors are advised to take public transport or private hire cars to the museum.


You may alight from bus nos. 2 and 29 at the Changi Chapel Museum stop (97209) or Opposite Changi Chapel Museum stop (97201) (5min walk). Alternatively, you can alight from bus no. 5 at the Changi Women's Prison stop (97059) or Opposite Changi Wome's Prison stop (97051) (10min walk).


You may alight at Upper Changi Station (DT34) on the Downtown Line, then transit to bus no. 2 at the Upper Changi Station/Opposite SUTD stop (96041). Alight 7 stops later at the Opposite Changi Chapel Museum stop (97201) and cross the road to reach the museum.