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Exploring Singapore on wheels

Sometimes, it’s the journey itself that’s the goal, showing you sights and sounds you would otherwise miss. 

Our city—with landscapes that seamlessly blend lush nature and urban architecture—is an action-seeker’s playground, promising thrilling experiences at every turn.

So kickstart your love for adrenaline right here in Singapore. Whether you’re an avid cyclist or looking for a new spin on your favourite hobby, just roll with the action, and find out where the horizon takes you. As a bonus, you can explore Singapore on wheels using Google Maps' newly launched cycling navigation with more than 6,800 km of cycling trails and biking directions to choose from.

Rediscovering your passions shouldn’t have to come at any risk to yourself or your loved ones. Before embarking on adventures around the island, be sure to keep yourself updated on the latest Safe Management Measures.


Connect with your adventurous side at Changi

The neighbourhood of Changi is a treasure trove for action-seeking adventurers, with hidden gems and nature spots aplenty. 

The Changi Airport Connector is a wheel-friendly route that winds along the balmy beaches of East Coast, ending at Changi Airport. Enjoy the view of sea almond trees, white sands and blue waters as you cruise along the East Coast Park Stretch.

Heading eastwards on the Park Connector, you’ll arrive at Jurassic Mile, a 1km-long path flanked by life-sized dinosaur displays. Slow down and admire the towering T-Rex statue, or strike a pose for the ‘gram with the gigantic dinosaur eggs.

To beat the heat, pay a visit to Jewel Changi Airport, where you can take in the grandeur of the Rain Vortex, or romp with friends and family at Canopy Park. Round your day off with a meal at one of the many internationally acclaimed restaurants and eateries here. 

Alternatively, head over to Little Island Brewing Co. and treat yourself to local craft beer and delicious bar grub. Slake your thirst with light ales, dry Irish stout or an extra pale lager, while digging into hearty dishes like their wagyu brisket or Iberico pork chop.

Pick up longboarding

Get on board a brand-new set of wheels, and learn the fundamentals of longboarding with Odyssey Boards.

The classes here are conducted with a maximum of two individuals per session, which means you’ll get undivided attention from your instructor, as you learn the basics of pushing, turning, carving and breaking. 

Learn to surf on land

Catching waves may be a thrill, but in Singapore, you can surf on asphalt roads and concrete pavements.

The Ride Side offers classes in surf-skating, a sport that blends the flowing movements of surfing with the urban manoeuvrability of skating. Learn the basics, and you’ll be ‘making waves’ before you know it.

Take a spin class

Spin to the beat of the latest hits with the energetic instructors at Aurora Spin Studio. The studio is decked out in state-of-the-art surround sound and immersive lighting technology that’s bound to psyche you up and kick your excitement into high gear.

Discover local heritage

If you’d rather have someone else take the wheel, sit back and relax in the sidecar of a restored Vintage Vespa. Singapore Sidecars will have you scooting through neighbourhoods like Katong/Joo Chiat and Kampong Gelam, as you learn about our nation’s colourful past.

Explore the past with Trails

For a bicycle ride that doubles up as a time machine, embark on an unforgettable narrative journey with the Trails of Tan Ah Huat. Part bicycle tour, part enchanting story, this narrative experience will transport you to a Singapore of yesteryear.