Main Entrance

The Building

The Changi camp was a collection of a few camps that were home to civilians, soldiers, and volunteers during World War Two. Of the site, which spanned approximately 25 square kilometres, only a few barracks buildings remain today, while the entrance gate and wall of the original Changi Gaol can still be seen. The chapel that greets visitors as they enter the museum is a replica of St George’s Church, which was one of the chapels and places of worship that were built in Changi.