Changi Village Hawker Centre arose in 1975 as part of Singapore's intention to make it a leisure and recreation area on the far-east end of the island. After the British left Singapore in 1971, this was when ideas came up to reinvent Changi village as a hawker centre. By 1976, 74 stalls and a market with 78 stalls were in business. Today, Changi Village Hawker Centre has made itself a dining place set in a relaxed suburbia surrounding, with its most popular dish the Nasi Lemak. The hawker still manages to maintain its old-school charm and is an iconic part of Changi Village.
2, CHANGI VILLAGE ROAD, 500002
While Jason’s Place sells BBQ food, his speciality is the tender and meaty sticks of satay that are barbequed fresh in front of your eyes.
One of the most popular nasi lemak stalls in both Changi Village and Singapore. It always has one of the longest queues in Changi Village Hawker Centre.
CHANGI VILLAGE ROAD
Changi Village Ter(99009), Blk 4(99131), Blk 5(99139), Bef S'pore Aviation Ac(99181)
The easiest way to get to Changi Village Hawker Centre is by car, alternatvely, take bus 2,29,59,109 to Changi Village Bus Terminal.