Biking in Singapore: East Coast Park to Changi Beach Park

Today was a beautiful day – sunny, some clouds, a bit windy. It was a perfect day for taking our bikes and riding a bit around. Actually it was not only a bit – we decided to try the Park Connector from East Coast Park to Changi Beach Park. It was awesome… hell yeah… around 35km out and back. We enjoyed stunning nature, the sea, the sea breeze and not to forget… all the planes starting from and landing at Changi Airport. Changi Beach Park is amazing, quite tranquil and calm, we had lunch there and then we rode our bikes back. But have a look for yourself and enjoy! (:

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