Today, Changi Village has a nice park by the beach where you can cycle or take a walk amongst the shady trees - Sea hibiscus, Sea grapes and Putat Laut trees planted in neat rows in their respective sections of the park. Still Changi Village has not lost that laid-back charm in the afternoon when the crowds have not descended on the coffee shops and the hawker centre for the local fares they are well-known for likje the wantan noodles, the nasi lemak and the banana fritters.
A walk along the beach brought back memories and gathered new ones. Besides, the weather was superb for an outdoor enjoyment of nature.
This pedestrain bridge across the mouth of the river has been there for as long as I remember. Changi Village will not be the same without it.
Looking towards Pulau Ubin from the bridge. The ferry point where you can get to Pulau Ubin in ten minutes or less by boat.