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    Hi all,


    just want to post a question, because im planing to go to changi boardwalk to take some photos but im not sure if i can just take bus 29 and from there access the boardwalk, i know there is two point of entry but which one is more accesible, because im not a member of any of the clubs, is there any other way for tourist and myself to go there and take some photos?

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    Hi,

    Your right, u can take bus 29. alight at the army camp and walk straight down to the boardwalk. Happy shooting.

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    Last edited by bigboy_cad; 27th October 2006 at 01:02 PM.

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    don't have to be a member, just walk right in
    and have a good shoot

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    how about some areas to eat there do i have to bring our own food if i go there because the way i look on the map it's quite long, if ever i bring lunch where can i sit down and eat.

    sory for this kind of questions because i got no time to survey the area first thats why i ask the experienced people,

    thanks again!!!

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    bring your own food and eat there
    there are places to sit along the boardwalk

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    It's interesting during the day, cause there're sea organisms like anemoe and huge rocks.
    Check the papers for low tide, of course.
    And stay till the night, near the changi ferry point to ubin ,has a very nice view.

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    You can sit and eat at one of the pavilions along the walk. And of course there's the famous nasi lemak stalls at Changi Village, Charlie's Corner...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    bring your own food and eat there
    there are places to sit along the boardwalk

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    thks sirs!

    i didn't manage to go last sunday because of the weather, abit cloudy and some showers maybe ill try next week,

    thanks for the info sirs...

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    Bus stop 1:
    Stop at the commando Hendon Camp bus stop and walk straight on up a slight slope and you will pass Changi Beach Club and then you will see one of the boardwalk entrance. Don't turn left, end up at commando camp or right, end up at Changi village.

    Bus stop 2:
    Ask bus driver for changi sailing club bus stop. Walk in reverse direction and turn right down a slope towards the entrance of the sailing club.

    You can walk all the way from Changi Sailing Club to Changi Village for makan and drinks. Or you can eat at the sailing club restaurant but the food standard has drop a lot ever since they built the new place.

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    I took it few weeks ago and yet to post.

    Enjoy.

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    how about self-drive? where to park? free, if there is. thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gapman View Post
    how about self-drive? where to park? free, if there is. thanks.
    Park along the road side....but must go over a grass patch....weekday best......
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    Quote Originally Posted by AxeLa View Post
    Park along the road side....but must go over a grass patch....weekday best......
    There is a little carpark (think it is free) near the SIA club house. But have to walk a bit to reach boardwalk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Teoh View Post
    There is a little carpark (think it is free) near the SIA club house. But have to walk a bit to reach boardwalk.
    Ha ha...me not sure,..
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