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Changi Boardwalk

Divided into 6 distinct sections, this park is popular for its spectacular coastal scenery and relatively easy walking trail along the shoreline.

Changi Boardwalk is located on the Eastern Coastal Loop and Round Island Route of the Park Connector Network.


Along Changi Village Road near Civil Service Club

Park information

Park size
1.78 hectares
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours
Nearby parks
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Wheelchair accessible
  • Do not camp (inclusive of using tents) in this park.
  • Estuarine crocodiles are known to swim freely in the Straits of Johor. Do take note of the precautions against estuarine crocodiles if you encounter one.
  • Find out more about the dos and don'ts you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Plant and animals

Sea Hibiscus
Sea Hibiscus

This shrub is commonly seen along the shore and can grow up to 15m tall. Its flower is yellow when in bloom and fades to a dull pink after falling.

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Changeable Lizard
Changeable Lizard

This large and sometimes brightly coloured lizard is commonly seen in our wild places including near mangroves and coastal vegetation.

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Common Sun Skink
Common Sun Skink

Also known as the Many-lined Sun Skink, this reptile has a bronze-brown body, sometimes with a series of thin black stripes down the back.

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There are various bird species you can spot along the boardwalk such as the Pacific Swallow, Black-naped Tern and Common Sandpiper.

What to do




Try to spot the different bird species as you make your way down the boardwalk.