Dinosaurs on display on cycling and jogging path linking Singapore's East Coast Park to airport
Joggers and cyclists were seen moving along the Jurassic Mile, a new connector linking Singapore's East Coast Park to Changi Airport, on Wednesday.
Visitors were seen walking or cycling among dinosaurs on display along the 3,5 kilometre (2 miles) stretch.
«I think it's too narrow and they should restrict the number of participants at any time. Especially now with the circuit breaker,» a cyclist said.
Singapore's largest permanent outdoor display exhibits more than 20 different pre-historic figures from nine species such as pterodactyls, triceratops, diplodocus or a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
The pedestrian link also offers bike rental services and the hidden garden cafeteria Hub & Spoke, whose owner commented that «Singaporeans are looking forward to something new.»