This is the gripping tale of brave men and women who fought and were interned during the Japanese Occupation in World War II. This motorcoach tour takes you to Changi Museum, Johore Battery, Selarang Barracks and Changi Village and Beach. Now an idyllic seaside spot, Changi was once witness to countless atrocities committed in several prisoner-of-war camps.
- Visit Changi Village and Changi Beach - site of the Sook Ching Massacre
- Explore Changi Museum including the Changi Chapel
- Walk outside the Selarang Barracks, a Japanese PoW internment WWII camp
- Johore Battery, the replica of WWII15-inch gun battery
- Make a stop to view the remains of the Old Changi Prison
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
The incredible guide paints a very clear picture of what prisoners in this WWII internment camp went through. You'll come away understanding so much more about a dark time in history.
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What You Can Expect
Once the site of many prisoner-of-war camps during the Japanese Occupation, Changi has since gone down in history as a place of much pain, torture and human suffering. It is said that more Australian PoWs perished under incarceration than in battle itself. Whether it is on the Death Railway or the countless labour camps in Japan and Formosa (Taiwan), the Changi WWII trail commemorates the fight of brave men and women during battle and in internment. Hear their story.
Join the guides who are experts in Singapore's rich heritage and colorful history. Highlights on this tour include The Changi Museum, Johore Battery (replica of WWII 15-inch gun battery), outside Selarang Barracks, Changi Village and Changi Beach (site of Sook Ching Massacre).
I knew this was going to be an emotional visit for me, however our guide Helena made it a very interesting and valuable experience by sharing her own personal stories and insights into this tragic part in history. My only suggested improvement is for a hotel pick up service. Overall an excellent tour.
Our tour guide was very informative and had an emotional connection to the events depicted at the memorial museum. It was very moving to read and hear of prisoners' experiences and to see the persoanl stories told through photographs and diary entries and art work. We had a good look around and travelled to Changi Beach to see wthe site of a massacre as well.