Changi Museum is a dedicated museum of Singapore's history. The museum tells the story of prisoners of war and civilians interned in Changi prison camp during the Japanese occupation. It mainly tells Singapore history during the second world war and the Japanese occupation. Tourists can view drawings and letters from prisoners and take a 45-minute guided tour of the site. The museum aims to explain the horror and courage that occurred during the Singapore war to younger generations. You can also visit the historic sites and attractions of the surrounding area, Changi Beach, the former Changi Jail, and the Selarang Barracks. The museum encourages the visitors to contemplate both the internees' hardships. The Giftshop Museum offers a great selection of books on World War II, strategic significance, history, and Singapore's culture. It provides a variety of snacks, drinks, and meals for visitors.
Standard Adult $8
Senior (60 years and above), Student, Special Access $5
Family Package(For a family of 5 with a maximum of 3 adults) $24