Changi Beach is a shoreline situated at the northern tip of Changi in the eastern district of Singapore. The 28-hectare shoreline is one of the most seasoned waterfront stops in Singapore, holding the "kampung" or town environment of the 1960s and '70s. The recreation center is roughly 3.3 km long with extends of sandy shorelines between Changi Point and Changi Ferry Road. Changi Beach is mainstream among local people as a home base for overnight family picnics, particularly on ends of the week. A few people appreciate angling, watching landing planes, running and viewing the dawn or nightfall here. Dawn can be seen from the SAF Changi Ferry Terminal on the eastern end of the recreation center and dusks can be seen from Changi Point. Grill gatherings, outdoors and watersports are some normal exercises. Moreover, nourishment partners visit Changi Beach for fish at the close-by Bistro@Changi, or for various sustenance choices at Changi Village. Changi Beach filled in as a killing ground for the Japanese amid the Sook Ching slaughter of The Second World War. A large number of Chinese were tormented and murdered amid this Operation as they were associated with being hostile to Japanese.