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tour was interesting and good but a little too much talking by guide so not enough time to look at things in the museum on your own
Very interesting and the guide was very passionate about the war stories she told. My children aged 10 and 7 enjoyed it too.
Tour was interesting, but the guide did far too much talking (like an overload of information, which was unnecessary). This meant we did not have sufficient time to view the wonderful exhibition at the museum.
The guide was very knowledgeable but the microphone was not working on the bus and my husband is a little hard of hearing so he missed most of the commentary. The chapel and museum were very good but I thought the tunnel and 15 inch gun stop was a complete waste of time with very little there to see. More time spent at the massacre site at Changi Village would have been better for us. The tour was running late by the time we got to Changi Village so our time was limited. Overall it was very interesting but I do think a war cemetery or the like should be included.
Very interesting and moving at the museum. Of course not a lot of original areas remain, mainly left to museum to tell the story.
Sadly the Changi Chapel is no longer but there is a faithfull replica to visit, the strong emotions experienced by those fortunate to visit the original Chapel cannot be reproduced at the replica. It is sad that some custodians of history do not know what they are custodians of.