What You Need to Know on Changi Jurassic Mile
Changi Jurassic Mile is a 3.5km route that houses more than 20 dinosaur statues.
Bicycle rental, Hub & Spoke Cafe, and pay-per-use showers are one of the new features of the Jurassic Mile.
Changi Airport Group (CAG) stated on 11 October that the new route will serve as an alternate road to reach the airport and also a recreational activity for the locals.
The new attraction took three years to finish this project, from the conceptualization up to the accomplishment. It was supported by the National Parks Board and the Singapore Tourism Board.
The first 1km-road with dinosaur exhibits is free. However, booking is required for visitors planning to drop by from Friday to Sunday between 9am-12mn for safety COVID-19 protocols.
Changi Jurassic Mile also opened a bicycle rental near Terminal 2. You can borrow bicycles for as low as only SGD8 per hour. The bicycles can be returned to GoCycling pit stops on East Coast Park, Changi Beach Park and Punggol Park.
Hub & Spoke Café
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