HOT OFF THE PRESS!!! All you dino fans and nature lovers rejoice as a new 3.5km cycling and walking path linking Changi Airport to East Coast Park has opened! Named the ‘Changi Jurassic Mile’, this path features Singapore’s newest and largest permanent outdoor display of life-sized dinosaurs. More than 20 different pre-historic creatures from nine different species stretch over one kilometer of the cycling and jogging path. Expect to see carnivorous and herbivorous species, defensive dinosaurs, as well as those that take to the sky! What’s more, the tallest dinosaur stands at almost 5 meters high! From a towering Tyrannosaurus Rex to gigantic dinosaur eggs, kids and adults alike will be thrilled at the life-sized creatures along the trail. Talk about a step back into time!
Begin your day’s adventure with the whole family by warming up along the cycling and walking path that begins at Terminal 2 and runs parallel to offices providing ground handling services, Terminal 4 and Tanah Merah Country Club. Gear up for the permanent outdoor display of 22 dinos that are located between the Terminal 4 pit stop and the entrance to East Coast Park. To add to the whole ambiance and immerse you in the whole experience, information panels have been put up about these prehistoric animals along the 1km path as well as speakers playing safari-themed music!
Want more? Head to Hub & Spoke (next to Terminal 2), which is a colonial-themed cafe equipped with a bicycle store run by GoCycling and pay-per-use shower facilities. You can rent your bikes here if you’d rather not lug any gear and return to any of the 7 other GoCycling outlets.
Dinos dinos dinos! We wouldn't pass up the chance to see these life-sized prehistoric creatures while still getting some exercise and basking in nature with the whole fam!
Dino and nature lovers of course! This easily-accessible path is suitable for all ages.
The Changi Jurassic Mile is open 24 hours a day and is free on weekdays. From now till January 3, 2021, you will have to book a slot on Changi PlayPass to visit on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays between 9am and midnight as part of safe distancing measures. Visitors will be admitted every 30 minutes and are allowed to stay for up to one hour within the exhibit.