Changi Bay Park Connector forms part of the eastern corridor of the Round-Island-Route. At 3.6km long, it connects Changi Beach Park to the East Coastal Park Connector Network.
Completed and opened to the public in January 2022, it offers a scenic coastal route for cyclists and hikers who travel from East Coast Park to Changi Beach Park.>
Look for these interesting landmarks:
Boardwalk and lookout pavilion at Changi Bay Point
The boardwalk at Changi Bay Point is connected to a breakwater, bringing visitors closer to the water’s edge. There is also a pavilion with benches near the boardwalk that offers a sweeping vista of the waterfront. Visitors can then rest while appreciating the scenic and tranquil setting of the coast.
Cycling bridges at Changi Bay Point
There are two cycling bridges at Changi Bay Point connecting Changi Coast Road and Tanah Merah Coast. They look out over the waterfront, providing visitors with a scenic view of nature as they continue on the Round Island Route.
The two bridges are around 80m-long, with glass fiber reinforced concrete finish for the decking, a durable and slip resistant material that simulates natural timber, maintaining the area’s rustic character.