Changi Jurassic Mile is a stretch of cycling path along the Changi Airport Connector where 20 different life-sized dinosaurs await. Plus it’s free to enter (bookings required)
If your kids love dinosaurs they are in for a treat! Changi Jurassic Mile is Singapore’s newest and largest permanent outdoor display of 20 different life-sized dinosaurs (one dinosaur is 5 metres tall!). This one kilometre dino-themed cycling and jogging track along the 3.5km Changi Airport Connector path links the Jewel Changi Airport to East Coast Park and the Park Connector Network (PCN).
So what awaits at Changi Jurassic Mile? Keep your eyes peeled for a towering Tyrannosaurus Rex and then spot the gigantic dinosaur eggs. Get your kids to find the huge Brontosaurus and the bright blue Velociraptors. Handy information panels show facts about these dinosaurs along that path while outdoor speakers play safari-themed music for the compete Jurassic Park style experience.
If you are heading here with little kids, do be warned that it is a walk of 2 km from HUB & SPOKE car park to the start of Jurassic Mile (which is a one kilometre path)! So you may want to bring scooters or cycle instead.
Cycling along Changi Airport Connector
If your little ones can’t manage a one kilometre walk you can rent bicycles and make a cycling trip out of the experience. Kids bikes are available to rent from $6/hr and adult bikes from $8/hr from GoCycling’s newest outlet at HUB & SPOKE near Terminal 2 at the beginning of the Changi Airport Connector. You can return the bikes at any of the seven other GoCycling outlets around Singapore. You’ll find some at Changi Beach Park and East Coast Park too. You can even cycle all the way up to Coney Island and Jurong Lake Gardens.
Read more: New Cyclist Park at East Coast Park
Where to eat
For a bite to eat there’s always Jewel Changi with a huge selection of F&B but closer to the path the new HUB & SPOKE Café serves up local and western dishes with the option of outdoor alfresco dining. Breakfast is served for early risers from 7:30am (think eggs benedict and kaya toast) plus there’s pasta, sandwiches, and nasi lemak for lunch or dinner.
Read more: Where to eat in East Coast
Entry to Changi Jurassic Mile
It’s free to enter Changi Jurassic Mile which is open 24 hours daily however between Oct 16 and Jan 3, visitors will have to reserve a slot on Changi PlayPass to visit the Jurassic Mile on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 9am and midnight due to safe distancing concerns.
Visitors will be admitted every 30 minutes, and are allowed to stay for up to one hour within the exhibit. Bookings are not required for weekday visits.
Getting to Changi Jurassic Mile
Changi Jurassic Mile is accessible via public transport, or via the Changi Coastal Park Connector Extension from East Coast Park. From the Changi Airport MRT and bus stations, follow the on-ground signage in the direction of Terminal 2. If you are arriving by car, you can park at the HUB & SPOKE Car Park located directly opposite HUB & SPOKE.
Do be warned however that it is a walk of 2 km from HUB & SPOKE car park to the start of Jurassic Mile! So you may want to bring scooters or cycle instead. We have heard that it may be a closer walk if you park at Changi Airport Terminal 4, Car Park 4A and follow the on-ground signage.