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EXPLORE Changi Jurassic Mile: Cycling along Changi Airport Connector

Map of Changi Airport Connector

Credit: Changi Airport

The Changi Airport Connector is a 3.5 kilometers cycling and jogging track that connects Changi Airport to East Coast Park and the rest of Singapore's Park Connector Network. Within this 3.5km connector, there is a 1-km stretch of path that is lined with life-sized dinosaur models of more than 20 different creatures. The tallest dinosaur model has a towering height of 5 meters. This is perfect for children and family who are avid-fans of these prehistoric creatures! 🦕🦖

Possible Cycling Routes

If the 3.5 kilometer cycling track is no kick for you, don’t worry because there are other cycling routes you can take! Decide on the level of challenge for the day depending on your end destination from Changi Airport. Below includes some of the potential cycling routes for cyclists of all levels:

Changi Airport (T2) to Jurassic Mile: 3.5km

Changi Airport (T2) to East Coast Park: 5km

Changi Airport (T2) to Marina Bay: 19km

For cyclists looking for more challenging routes, you can continue your journey all the way to Punggol or even Jurong via the extensive Singapore Park Connector Network (Find out more here).

Where to Start?

Guy unlocking SG Bike at Terminal 2 bicycle parking spot

Alight at Changi Airport MRT Station and follow the signs to Hub & Spoke via Terminal 2. Head to Car Park 2A for lifts down to the 1st Floor, follow the red track and the start of Changi Airport Park Connector is right there!

Looking for bicycles to rent to embark on your cycling trip? Once you walk towards the bicycle parking zone with racks, there are plenty of SG Bike bicycles for you to choose from! All you need to do is to download the SG Bike app, unlock an SG Bike of your choice and start riding 🚴🚴

Cycle Along Changi Airport Connector

Girl and Guy cycling on SG Bike along Changi Airport Connector

Put your foot on the pedal and cycle down the red path towards Changi Jurassic Mile. Don’t forget to take some time to enjoy the lush greenery along the way! 🍃🌳

Dine at Hub & Spoke Café, a Glasshouse Garden Café

Hub & Spoke cafe at Changi Airport Terminal 2

Make a pit stop at Hub & Spoke to enjoy some local and western cuisine in a colonial-themed setting. If you wish to enjoy some fresh air while having your meal under a canopy, opt for the option of outdoor alfresco garden dining!

Cyclists looking to freshen up after their bike ride can also do so at the pay-per-use shower facilities located at Hub & Spoke. Find out more here about the pricing and operating hours.

Address: 60 Airport Boulevard #01-T2S-02, Singapore Changi Airport, 819643

Opening hours: Mondays to Sundays, 7:30am to 9:45pm

Fill Up Your Bottles at the Water Stations Available at Car Park 4A (Terminal 4)

Car Park 4A at Changi Airport Terminal 4
Water station at Car park 4A Changi Airport Terminal 4

Ran out of water? Fred not! Fill up your bottles at the water station located at Terminal 4 Car Park 4A! 💧 There are also vending machines for you to purchase exercising essentials.

For those who are starting your cycling trip to Changi Jurassic Mile from Car Park 4A, you can also rent an SG Bike from the bicycle lot there! 😊

Head Towards Changi Jurassic Mile

Guy and girl on an SG Bike cycling towards Changi Jurassic Mile

Continue to pedal along the red track and shortly after, you’ll be able to see the entrance of Changi Jurassic Mile! Do remember to stay on track and keep left at all times on the shared path. ⛖🚴🚶🚶‍♀️

Be Wowed by the Lifelike Dinosaur Exhibits at Changi Jurassic Mile!

Guy and girl on SG Bike at Changi Jurassic Mile
Guy posing with a dinosaur at Changi Jurassic Mile

Whip out your phones and start snapping away as you get blown away 🤯 by the life-size dinosaurs displays. 🦕🦖 Get creative with your poses! 🤪📸 and don’t forget to share them with us by tagging @sgbikesingapore or use the hashtag #sgbikesingapore on Instagram!

Take the opportunity to also learn more about the various dinosaurs’ behaviours, habitats, and diets while you’re there!

Where & How to End My Trip?