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Changi Beach, Singapore

Changi Beach, Singapore

Changi Beach, Singapore
Changi Beach, Singapore

Changi Beach is a type of park located at the northern tip of Changi in the eastern region of Singapore. It is 28-hectare beach and one of the oldest beach situated in Singapore. It is situated at the northern tip of Changi in the eastern region of Singapore. This beach stretches of sandy beached and covers around 3.3 kilometers between Changi point and Changi Ferry Road.

It is known as one of the Most Haunted Places in World due to some paranormal activities held over here.

Changi Beach, Inside View
Changi Beach, Inside View

The story of Changi Beach

At the time of Second World War this place as the killing ground of various Chinese individuals. At that time Chinese were blamed for going against the Japanese and were as Anti-Japanese. Due to this they were viciously tortured and killed. It was also known as the killing ground of Sook Ching massacre for the Japanese Army during the time of Second World War.
At the time of Second World War (in the year of 1942), Singapore was captured by Japanese. Poor Chinese start hiding and became underground. They were rendered homeless and helpless. And some Britishers and Australians were also mistakenly to this trap, although the suspects were killed there, and the remaining suspects were bought at Changi Beach and the soldiers started tortured them and cut their body into 2 pieces.


Due to all these activities, Changi Beach is now considered as one of the most Haunted Places in the World.

At present, the Changi Beach is famous among locals to hangouts with their friends during midnight. Some also come here for fishing and some families also spend their time, when they are in picnic mode. People also visit this place at the time of sunset to see the beautiful view of the sunset and any common activities and watersports also held here.

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