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This tour was fantastic. Our tour guide Margaret was wonderful with loads of knowledge and information. A very emotional day, where we learnt more about the history of Changi and the atrocities that ooh place. I would recommend this tour to anyone visiting Singapore. Thanks again Margaret your knowledge was amazing and you educated us about Singapore in general too!
Our personal guide and our chauffeur helped to make this very emotional trip a lovely experience. Changi Museum is very explicit, hard on the senses, it will make you weep, but our lovely guide made it bearable by her sympathetic approach. A must for anyone interested in WWII history.
Our tour guide was very informative about life in Singapore and took us to experience how they lived. We even walked through a "suburb" to see how they live in shop in the hi rises.
The tour mainly focused on their way of life which was different from tours I have been on all around the world.
Very good overview of Changi and the effect of the war on Singapore. Visit to the Malay area was worthwhile too. Guide knowledgable and friendly.
A nice allround trip - Guide was extremely pleasant and very well informed -- Disappointing to realise the original Changi Chapel is in Canberra and only got to see a copy, but rest of museum was great
A dissapointing tour. As adecendant of a POW held in Changi I expected to be able to see the inside of the prison and chapel. In the tour notes it should state the situation as it is today.
Visit to museum was OK but not particularly exciting with fairly well known and documented information. Rest of tour was pretty boring. Tour guide very nice and knowledgeable.