Cycling through the wild west of Singapore on the Western Adventure Loop is a great option for adventurous cyclists looking to have fun in off-the-beaten-track conditions. Begin your journey at Choa Chu Kang Park, and cycle through the scenic Pang Sua Park Connector. Keep your eyes to the tree and the skyline as you travel along the Bukit Panjang Park Connector, which is home to over 50 different species of birds.
Cycling in Singapore offers some clearly unique ride profiles – where else can you circumnavigate an entire country in 100 km? Even short of a full-day ride around the perimeter of Singapore, you can traverse the city by bike, passing through its varying parks while sightseeing.
Cycling in Singapore has really been picking up over the past few years! Other than popular cycling trails like East Coast Park and Macritchie Reservoir, you’ll be able to see more cyclists out on the roads now, especially with all the new park connectors coming up.
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While you can bring your own bike and start cycling from Punggol Jetty, you can easily rent one from the rental shop at The Punggol Settlement just outside the island.
Whether you’ve lived in Singapore all your life or not, chances are, you’ve been cycling at Pasir Ris or East Coast. We’d say these are Singapore’s two most popular cycling routes. For the ultimate beach adventure, take the Eastern Coastal Loop, which links Pasir Ris Town Park to East Coast, and finally, Changi Beach Park.
Cycling in Singapore easy, as the country is extremely bicycle friendly with more than 200 km of bike paths across the island. Here's what you need to know!
In Singapore, the city of contrasts where there are modern skyscrapers next to old buildings, many of the city’s historic sights and museums can be visited when following a bike route. There are also cycling trails and parks for more adventurous cyclists where mountain bikers can let off steam just as fancy takes them.