Changi Chapel & Museum
A Moment Back in Time
During the World War II, the Japanese interred the Allied prisoners of war at the now-demolished Changi Prison. While there, the POWs built a simple chapel to have a place of solace.
Over the years, the chapel has be recreated in 1988 and subsequently relocated to current Changi Chapel and Museum.
Visitors can view photographs, drawings and letters created by POWs and civilian internees during their stay. For the history lovers, discover the strategies, plots, follies and actions that led to the fall and capture of Singapore during WWII through the Battlefield Tour. The tour will also visit key sites such as the entrance of Selarang Barracks, Johore Battery and Changi Beach.