Nestled on the Eastern tip of Singapore, Changi Village is a relatively remote neighbourhood well-known for her numerous chalets, famous hawker centres, the Changi Board Walk and Changi Ferry Terminal. For tourists, travelling all the way to this much neglected area of Singapore just for the food alone might not seem feasible. However, given that you’ll enjoy the unconventional sights of what olden day Singapore would look like, it’ll be a worthwhile trip.
Check out the famous Changi Village Market & Food Centre at Blk 2 along Changi Village Road. There is a well-known Nasi Lemak (a local Malay dish, coconut rice served with fried chicken, fish, omelette, ikan bilis and cucumbers) stall that consistently attract long queues. This village comes alive on Saturday evenings, where the “Old 70s Night Market” or flea market has numerous vendors selling accessories and other unique small gifts attract huge crowds. The night market is located in front of Blk 5 Changi Village Road.