Activity Info

Cycling has never been more fun now, with NParks offering alternative areas and more recreational cycling routes in parks and nature sites throughout Singapore.

Whether you are in a group or going solo, the Park Connector Network (PCN) offers a variety of recreational or exploratory opportunities. Currently, about 240 km of park connectors have been developed all around Singapore.

For those who need the convenience of bicycles, why not hire a bicycle at any of our PCN Pitstops found along the ECL and NERL? You can pick up your bicycles at one pitstop and return at another without the need to backtrack.

Regional parks throughout Singapore are also equipped with cycling-friendly tracks. Cyclists can visit, for example, the popular East Coast and Pasir Ris Parks in the east; Jurong Central and West Coast Parks in the west; and Admiralty and Sembawang Parks in the north.

For the adventurous at heart who seek that adrenaline rush, you can get that thrill just by trying out one of our mountain bike trails. There are three in Singapore, namely Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Kent Ridge Bike Trail (downhill) and Ketam Bike Trail (Pulau Ubin).


With so much to offer, get ready to head down to one of these exciting places with your two-wheelers and enjoy your cycling experience!


Update: The Tampines Mountain Bike Trail will be permanently closed from 1 December 2014. The public is advised not to enter the site for their own safety as works will be ongoing for new developments at Tampines North. In the meantime, cyclists can continue to explore the designated mountain bike trails at Kent Ridge, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and Pulau Ubin. A new biking trail will also be constructed at Chestnut Nature Park, which will be opened in the 3rd quarter of 2015.


Places where you can participate in this activity


Suitable for:


Working adults
Young adults
Senior Citizens
Teenagers, between 13 and 18
Children below age 13

Group Size

Large group - >5
Small group - 1 to 5





Adventure Level

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Information is Updated on 19/05/2013