Changi, historically called as Tanjong Rusa, is the largest planning area located in the east of Singapore. It is the most admired spot due to the nature of amenities and attractions it provides. Changi’s high land value is widely attributed due to the fact that it shares borders with Serangoon Harbour, Changi Bay, South China Sea, and Pasir Ris and Tampines in each the north, south, east and west regions. It is a well-structured aviation hub as it houses Changi Airport and Changi Air Base. Changi houses the notable Temple Hill, Fairy Point Hill, and The Battery Hill. Furthermore, it is the home location of versatile amenities like Changi City Point, a notable shopping mall, Airfreight Centre based on the efficient transportation system, Changi Village hawker center as well as the Changi Airport which is known to be the shoppers’ paradise since it offers perks like duty-free shopping.
Among worship places, Changi constitutes Sree Ramar Hindu Temple, Changi Bethany Church, and the Maranatha Bible Presbyterian Church. All around the district, there are numerous food and coffee shops, markets, leisure resorts, medical and sports facilities. It includes East Coast Park, Pasir Ris Park, Changi Boardwalk and Changi Beach Park which provide a peaceful and delightful time to all the people. Also, it is home to the most prestigious institute of the country, The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), as well as the BNP Paribus Campus, One World International School, and Singapore Aviation Academy. According to all the living prospects this area specifically features, it fuels a boom to the Singapore economy. Changi’s fine image is also attributed due to its historic significance and tourist attractions like the infamous Changi Prison Entrance Gates, Changi Beach Massacre Monument, Changi Museum and Chapel and The Navy Museum. Changi continues to provide an exuberant lifestyle to its residents.