The Japanese interred the Allied prisoners of war at the now-demolished Changi Prison. While there, the POWs created a simple chapel in order to have a place of solace. The chapel was recreated in 1988 and was later relocated when the Changi Prison was pulled down.
A flashback of World War 2
At this new site you can view photographs, drawings and letters created by POWs and civilian internees. You can also sign up for a Battlefield Tour to discover more about the strategies, plots, follies and actions that led to the fall of Singapore in WWII. The museum also serves as an important educational institution and resource center.
Daily 9.30am – 5pm Including Public holidays
(last admission 4.30pm)