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Visiting the New Changi Jurassic Mile

Updated: Oct 27

Changi Jurassic Mile is a new attraction in Singapore that was launched on 11 October 2020. It features around 20 dinosaur exhibits along a walking track and is opened to the public. These permanent exhibits are stretched across 1Km along the track and are supposedly "life-size".


Located along the new Changi Airport Connector track, which stretches 4.5Km from Changi Airport Terminal 2 to East Coast Park, Jurassic Mile is right next to the carpark of Changi Airport Terminal 4.




Admission & Reservation


Admission to Changi Jurassic Mile is free.


Update: With effect from January 2021, there is no longer a need to apply for the Changi PlayPass. (You can skip to the next section.)


However, due to the prevailing COVID-19 situation, crowd control is required and is managed by Changi Airport Group. All visitors to the new attraction on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays (till January 2021) are required to apply online for activity passes via Changi PlayPass prior to visiting. Each pass entitled a visitor an one-hour time-slot in the dino-attraction, which is more than sufficient to walk from one end to the other and back.


Every visitor, including children and babies, will need an activity pass each. Up to 5 passes can be applied per application. The passes are in the form of QR codes and will be emailed to applicants. It will be better to screenshot the QR codes before going instead of trying to find the email at the checkpoints (there are two checkpoints, one at each end of the 1Km trail).



No reservations are required from Monday to Thursday as there are usually lesser crowds on these days (unless the situation changes).



Getting There (without Driving)


Since Changi Jurassic Mile (let's called it "dino-walk" for short) is located near the carpark of Changi Airport Terminal 4, it may seem that getting to Terminal 4 (T4) is the shortest route to the attraction. But, that is not the case during the COVID-19 period as the whole T4 is temporary closed. So there is no shuttle bus services from T3 to T4 for the public (currently for staff only).


For those who are not driving directly to the carpark at T4, getting to the dino-walk will be via T2 instead. So, first of all, get to Changi Airport Terminal 2 via MRT from Tanah Merah Station or Expo Station or by buses (see Getting to Changi Airport).


After alighting at Changi Airport MRT Station, head for the exit to Terminal 2. Follow the signs to get to Hub & Spoke, a cafe with restrooms and bicycle-rental facility. The passageway will twist-and-turn through T2 to the bus waiting area on the ground floo