Experience new sights at Changi Bay Point – a 140-metre-long boardwalk made out of slip-resistant glass fibre and reinforced concrete that also provides a beautiful view of the waterfront. It is an attraction along the newly opened Changi Bay Park Connector which connects Changi Beach Park to the East Coastal Park Connector Network – forming part of the eastern corridor of the Round-Island-Route (RIR).
Take a walk on the boardwalk which is connected to a breakwater so you can be right at the water's edge. Need a breather? Sit yourselves down at the pavilion near the boardwalk for a rest and enjoy the waterfront views while you're at it.
Though a lot of new materials are used to revamp this park connector, it still retains a natural and rustic feel with the amount of timber used and the landscaping efforts with include plenty of lush trees and plants (like lalang by the coast) that makes every corner you turn photogenic. Best times to come are the early mornings to avoid the crowds or cycle down in the golden hour.