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Changi Chapel

Changi Chapel
Signage at Changi Chapel
Changi Chapel
Signage at Changi Chapel

Overview

Changi chapel was originally constructed by prisoners of war in Changi Camp, Singapore Island, in 1944.

After the war, it was returned to Australia, erected in the grounds of the Royal Military College and dedicated as a national memorial to all Australian prisoners of war.

Visit the chapel and experience the little that is left. Lest we forget.

Map of the venue locationMap of the venue location
Miles Road , Royal Military College Duntroon, Duntroon, Australian Capital Territory, AustraliaGet Directions

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

TripAdvisor ratingBased on 14 reviews

“The enduring faith of the prisoners”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 6d ago by Dan L

Glad I was on the left side of the bus when we paused to view the chapel when driving through Royal Military College, Duntroon. Neil, our guide, explained that the chapel was built by prisoners at...

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“Steeped in history - actual Changi Chapel relocated to Duntroon”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 5yrs ago by 2fatchicks

We passed this chapel at night, so returned to have a good look during daylight hours. This is the actual chapel relocated from Changi. Steeped in history. As it is located in Duntroon Military...

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“Excellent place!”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 5yrs ago by Oscarsmith7

Excellent building with some great services running. Special time of worshipping God and meeting with one another.

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