MONTHLY WALK – CHANGI POINT COASTAL WALK, 11 April 2015

Date: Saturday, 11 April 2015

Meeting Place: Changi Village Bus Terminal

Start Time: 4.30pm Sharp

Duration: about 2 hours.

Getting There By Bus:
No 2 from Bedok or Tanah Merah MRT station
No 29 from Tampines MRT Station/Bus Interchange
No 59 from Bishan Bus Interchange
No 109 from Serangoon Central Bus Interchange

For those who are driving, parking is nearby the hawker centre.

ECs for this walk: Veronica Wong & Mary Tan

A walk along the rustic Changi Point coastline is not to be missed!
Changi Point provides a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of city life.

A charming boardwalk takes you through lush greenery and undulating terrain along the rugged
western coastline, while a meandering waterfront walkway along the eastern beachfront creates
an interesting tropical experience of sea and sand. Viewing decks and pavilions along the way
enable you to pause, soak in the sea breeze and enjoy the excellent views out at sea.

The Changi Point Coastal Walk is divided into six segments, each with its unique experience :
– Sunset Walk, has beautiful view of the sunset, hence its name
– Kelong Walk, reminisce the good old kelong days as you tramp on wooden stilts
– Cliff Walk takes you through the rugged western coastline
– Sailing Point Walk, enjoy views of the sailboats and the expanse of the sea
– Beach Walk, a relaxing coastal walk along sandy beaches, along the way pause, soak in the sea breeze and enjoy the views out to sea
– Creek Walk, appreciate the views, sights and sounds of the bumboat activities ferrying the public to and from the offshore islands.

At the end of the walk, those who wish to have dinner, there’s the Changi Village hawker centre where there are various food stalls,

Our Walk Team ECs: Christina CL Chan, Charles Wee, Mary Tan, Veronica Wong, Serene Low, Alice Seah, Jeffrey Lim, Azhari Cuttilan.

To join the walk, do register here!

  1. Gabriella Chua
  2. Danny Lye
  3. Bernie Chung
  4. Judy Lim
  5. Peter Goh
  6. Eyvonne Chew
  7. Julie Guan
  8. Linda Chung
  9. Margaret Soo
  10. Janis Han
  11. Janis’ friend
  12. Alice Seah
  13. Monica Tan
  14. Eddy Lee
  15. Margaret Chua
  16. Christina Chan
  17. Alice Tan
  18. Ronald Lee
  19. Lydia Soh

38 thoughts on “MONTHLY WALK – CHANGI POINT COASTAL WALK, 11 April 2015

  1. Thanks all ECs for organising this walk. I am in for the walk. Should there be any changes will update you nearer to the date. Looking forward for another relax and refreshing walk with new and old SHCians.

  2. Hi Veronica & Mary,

    Due to some last minute event happening on this weekend 11 Apr, I will not be able to make it for the walk. A thousand apologies.

    Will join you all again in the next walk. In the meantime, enjoy the walk and keep fit.

    Take care.

  3. Hi Elaine Ang,
    Yesss … you login to register to participate in two programmes.
    Being your first-time login, your comments will be under moderation for a awhile.
    It will be released very soon.
    Hope you will enjoy the programmes with our SHC members.

  4. Gd am Veronica/Mary,
    Barring any last minute exigencies of service, pls add our names to your list ok? My thoughts for the day:-

    CHANGI VILLAGE RESORT
    RUSTIC, PRISTINE HER CHARMS
    IT’S FUN BUT DON’T RUN
    SHC MONTHLY WALK
    BREEZY COASTAL BOARDWALK

    RELAX, REJOICE, REJUVENATE
    TALK, CARE, SHARE APRIL DATE
    END OF WALK – FOOD CENTRE
    TUCK IN FAVOURITE FOOD
    HOME SWEET HOME
    BE HAPPPY A GOOD REST

    GOOD HEALTH MONEY CAN’T BUY
    KEEP WALKING THY BEST WAY
    BEDTIME SWEET DREAMS
    BRIGHT GALAXY LIKE ONE
    IN A FAIRY AND WONDERLAND
    Rgs,
    Eddy Lee & Margaret Chua

  5. Dears,
    I should be able to come for this walk after all.

    Please register Alice Tan as well.

    Thanks!
    ChristinA

  6. Hi Fellow Walking Kakis

    Due to left knee problem I wont be able to
    join this walk

    Trying not to over exert myself

    U guys and gals do enjoy yourselves and have a great time 🙂

    Cherrio
    Maureen Lee

  7. We had a picture taken last night at the monthly gathering. It was held at the Gallerie at Marina Square. Good view of the city from outside mainland Singapore. Food was normal, as with any good foodcourt.

    Definitely, we saw plenty of empty places. But, for some reasons, it is difficult to talk and hear properly. Maybe it was the glass windows, or we were all talking too loud.

    For those who took the circle line, Marina Square is convenient. We may hold another monthly gathering at this place, if we cannot find another.

    I had put up a picture of one of the late groups. Picture was contributed by RonaldL. Somehow, my eyes are not good, so I tend to see blur faces. But, the content was important, and so I decided to use it. Or maybe, the blur faces were due to Samsung smartphones. Nowadays, few people carry cameras.

    I look forward to seeing you come to the gathering. Sam Huat was there, a lot fitter and better looking than before. He kept his word to come. Good seeing you Sam. And of course a few new faces to me. Zara Lim, Karen Peh, Caroline Sit. And glad t see all the noisy ones too.

    Terence Seah

  8. huh oh…
    Terence, oh dear… truly blurry eyes, wrong post leh….
    please get some “natural tears” to cleanse your eyes 😀

  9. Hi StevenC,

    photos have not been uploaded in this website for a long time as there was no picture manager mah…
    However, just noted we have a NEW picture manager who just came onboard, I suppose.

    Some members have posted some picture in their facebook; perhaps you need to activate “as friend” to view pics.

    Let me check … will phone you when I have more info.

    Regards,
    ChristinA

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