Recommendation by Lemi
Just a 10-minute drive away from the abandoned hospital, Changi Beach Park seems like a completely different scene. Families camp out, exercisers jog, and some people even fish in the waters. The only physical trace of anything off is a plaque remembering the Sook Ching massacre of World War II. Sook Ching literally means a “cleansing purge.” The Japanese Imperial Army eliminated any hostile threats at various points of the city, killing thousands as they went. Changi Beach saw the death of 66 Chinese civilians by firing squad. People have reported feeling like they were being watched. They’ve gone home with mysterious scars, and they’ve heard wailing women and seen headless ghosts. There’s definitely more than meets the eye at this seaside paradise.
Open today: 24 hours
Along Nicoll Drive and Changi Coast Road, Singapore