Changi Village Bus Terminal


Changi Village Bus Terminal is located along Changi Village Road and serves the low-rise housing estate of Changi Village. Nearby amenities include a foodcourt, market, Changi Village Hotel, and Changi Point Ferry Terminal which provides ferry service to Pulau Ubin and Malaysia.

Changi Village Terminal in May 2014


Name: Changi Village Bus Terminal | 樟宜村巴士终站
Service area: Changi Village
Address: Changi Village Bus Terminal, Singapore 884002
Principal operator: SBS Transit
MRT Station: –
Berths: One bus stop for boarding/alighting
Bus services: 4 (SBST)


Changi Village has a long history dating back to pre-independence days when the area was a seaside village located at the end of Upper Changi Road. The area was redeveloped along with the construction of Changi Airport, and HDB also built low-rise apartment blocks. Changi Village Bus Terminal was added in 1983.

Changi Village Terminal has a single combined entrance and exit along Changi Village Road. Passenger boarding and alighting activity is conducted at a single bus stop outside Blk 3, after which buses terminating buses proceed to the parking area, and fresh trip buses exit the terminus. The large number of parking spaces at the terminal reflects the greater number of bus services which used to call at this terminal before Changi Airfreight Centre opened.

Amenities in the area include a foodcourt and market, Changi Village Hotel, and Changi Point Ferry Terminal which provides ferry service to Pulau Ubin and Malaysia. Within walking distance is Changi Point Waterfront Park, Changi Point Promenade, Changi Beach Park and Club CSC @ Changi.

Bus services:

Service Destination Notes
2 New Bridge Road
29 Tampines Looping Point
59 Bishan
109 Serangoon



Bus park seen from Blk 4

Terminal bus stop sign

Driver’s kiosk and rest area

Terminal signage beside public carpark

Another view of the bus park

Waiting area within Blk 3 Mkt/FC


External Links & References:

Back to Bus Interchanges and Terminals
Back to Bus Articles

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