Changi Airport Connector, a new 3.5 km cycling and jogging path linking Changi Airport to East Coast Park and the Park Connector Network was officially opened by Mr Ong Ye Kung, Minister for Transport.
It links the airport to the other attractions on the east coast through the PCN managed by the National Parks Board.
Changi Jurassic Mile – a 24 hour free attraction
The new Changi Jurassic Mile is Singapore’s largest permanent outdoor display of 20 different life-sized dinosaurs from nine species along the one-kilometre cycling and jogging path. Check out the towering Tyrannosaurus Rex to gigantic dinosaur eggs.
The Changi Jurassic Mile is a 24-hour free to enter attraction. From Fridays to Sundays, visitors must make a booking online or the iChangi app for entry between 9am and midnight to ensure safe distancing.
HUB & SPOKE Changi Airport
The Changi Airport Connector begins and ends at HUB & SPOKE Changi Airport near Terminal 2. Changi Airport HUB & SPOKE is a new pit stop facility for bike rentals from GoCycling, S$3 showers equipped with bath amenities and lockers from 7am to 10pm daily or meals at HUB & SPOKE Café from 7.30am to 9.30pm daily.
GoCycling bikes can be returned at any of the seven other GoCycling outlets around Singapore at East Coast Park C4, Changi Beach Park C1, Punggol Park, Punggol Jetty (Coney Island), West Coast Park, Jurong Lake Garden and Pasir Ris Town Park. You can cycle to Coney Island or Jurong Lake Gardens.
|Kids bicycle rental||From S$6 per hour|
|Adult bicycle rental||From S$8 per hour|
|Night rental package||S$16 from 6pm to next day’s opening time|
|Full day rental package||S$40 per 24 hours for adults|
|Walk-in Rental promotion||– Weekday free 2nd hour|
– Weekend free 3rd hour
HUB & SPOKE offers bicycle lockers rentals for up to 10 days just in case you decide to ‘bike and fly’ when we can all travel again. Bicycle locker rental is charged at S$5 per use for 1 day and is available 24 hours.
Exploring Singapore’s PCN
Singapore’s Park Connector Network is an excellent way to explore the garden city. I’ve walked part of the Coast-to-Coast trail to get to Coney Island, from Ang Mo Kio. I just went on my 32km walk yesterday in the great overcast weather, exploring part of Coney Island as well as then walking towards the Punggol Settlement and appreciating people enjoying fishing by the coast.
Head outdoors and enjoy the sights with your family and friends, or alone. Great way to clear the head, or just a healthier way to spend your time.