Address: 1000 Upper Changi
Opening hours: 9-17 daily
Changi Chapel, housed within the open-air courtyard if the
museum, was first built in 1988 by World War II inmates of
Today, it stands as a monument for those that would had
kept their faith and dignity in the face of Japanese rule.
Letters, Photographs, drawings and personal effects in the
museum tell a horrific story of over 3 years of war
(1942-45) and imprisonment for more than 50000 civilians
and soldiers in Changi.
Yet at those worst times, we hear of stories that were
heroic, touching and most of all, inspirational. The
highlight is a series of magnificent wall paintings,
called "Changi Murals", painstakingly recreated
from the originals painted by Bombardier Standley Warren.
A resource center houses exiting literature and rare books
depicting life during the war years.