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Changi Boardwalk


The Changi Boardwalk is a long coastal wooden path built in the northeastern part of Singapore. The boardwalk is divided into several segment but the path is contiguous from west to east: Sunset walk, Kelong Walk, Cliff Walk, Sailing Point Walk, Beach Walk, and Creek Walk which ends at Changi Village.

Fishing can be done at most parts of the boardwalk, but the most popular segment for fishing is at the Kelong Walk. This is because the boardwalk is slight extended seawards, which help to gain some depth for fishing. Another attractive point is that there are two relatively big shelters on the Kelong Walk that anglers can take rest in.

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View of the Kelong Walk

last upated 13 Oct 06 (Special thanks to Angelfishing for the photos)