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This museum honors POWs who endured the Japanese occupation of Singapore in World War II. Their stories are told with an impressive collection of personal artifacts and news coverage. A British internee returned to the museum decades after the war...more
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I'm sure this will be wonderful when completed, however in the meantime, only the Chapel is open to the public. This too will be closed for restoration as from January 2019 and the whole site will re-open in 2020.
Everyone whilst in Singapore should visit the Changi Museum which is housed in a replicated construction of the chapel which was in the Changi Prison. The personal stories of the suffering endured by some of the inmates under the Japanese occupation are quite poignant and...More
What a moving and informative tour with Carol Dragon as our guide. Polite and friendly and telling us the story of the occupation and war in Singapore during WW2. Carol knew the history and delivered is so well that we really didn't want to finish...More
It's not that big as I would have thought. It's not that imposing either. But go inside and definitely have a guide with you. The tour will over power you. Any one who has visited there is profoundly moved by the stories. It's a must...More
This si simply a wonderful place to visit, with a timeless sense of just whta those of us wih family that suffered during the second world war either as civilians or solidiers went through simply to survive. A true testament to human endurance and cruelty...More
We have visited this museum on two separate occasions, and it was due to our desire to see it that we first made the long journey from the U.K.
My father in law was in the RAF during World War 2 and was captured by...More