|Changi Cottage | Singapore Changi Cottage|
|Places in Singapore - Changi Point|
|Written by Singapore Guide|
Changi Cottage is a simple part-one and part-two storey cottage built immediately after World War II. Its distinctive features include large over-hanging clay tile roofs, red facing brick walls and columns, and door and window openings much large in proportion to the walls.
Changi Cottage is historically significant in Singapore's political history. During the early period of independence, it was here that Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, currently Minister Mentor, spent a lot of time after the separation from Malaysia formulating his strategies for the future of the new Singapore.