Thursday, January 22, 2009

Roam the view with no crowds

Changi Point Coastal Walk boasts beautiful sunsets, lush greenery, century-old trees, 2.6 km boardwalk with pavilions for visitors to rest and enjoy the picturesque view of the facing sea.

The boardwalk starts from the Changi Point Ferry Terminal - where visitors can take bumboats to Pulau Ubin and Pengerang in Johor - and ends close to Andover Road to the west.

Bumboats docking at the ferry terminal.

The wooden walkway is divided into six segments - Sunset Walk (visit in the evening to watch beautiful unblocked sunset), Kelong Walk (this section stands on stilts just like kelongs), Cliff Walk (built on a cliff with parts of it cuts through lush greenery), Beach Walk and the Creek Walk that starts from Changi Village.

Kimchi taking a rest at the pavilion and enjoying the winds.

A bumboat returning to the ferry terminal.

A huge tanker passing by the coast.

Police Coast Guard patroling the sea.

Colourful recycle bins made available for the public use ...isn't that environmental friendly?

Even the bins are painted beautifully.

CQ noticed that every ten minutes, an airplane will fly by ...either arriving or departing.

Changi Village carpark in the evening

It had been ages that CQ last visited Changi Point. It is a place, not only to enjoy the beach walk, scenic views or watching sunset, but to unwind a day's stressnous hours and also to makan some of the best local food nasi lemak huhuhu.

CQ assures that so far it is free from heavy crowds hehehee not know in the near future =)

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