In amongst the wealth, youth and frenetic activity that is modern-day Singapore its easy to forget the horrors that were visited on Singapore and its people during WW2. The Changi Chapel & Museum should be on every visitors programme, not only to understand the terrible times had by the allies but also the atrocities meted out to thousands of locals........ Fans of the BBC's 'Tenko' programme will also be moved by this place, my partner was astonished when working out the the link!
Not too difficult to get too from Singapore city - MRT to Tanah Merah then Bus No.2 to the museum, the stop is opposite the museum after the modern day Woman's Prison - we found the Chinese bus driver and the various passengers more than happy to help us!
Its free to enter but we suggest the audio guide for a small fee. The little shop with helpful staff is well worth a visit afterwards, but if you want bottled water buy it from the shop not the outdoor restaurant - nearly double the price there!
Would recommend a visit here to anyone, perhaps tying it in with the Kranji Cemetary and Ford Factory for the full story
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