Secret Pedals: Chinese Gardens, NTU and Dragon Kilns

Ride #7: Chinese Gardens, NTU and Dragon Kilns

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Route Start/End: Jurong Lake Garden/Chinese Gardens Carpark

Route Length: 23km +/-

Terrain: Mostly flat until you get to Jurong Hill and NTU, which are definitely NOT flat. The ride is primarily PCNs and sidewalks, but there are a few on-street sections to be aware of.

Route Comments: This is a ride I thoroughly enjoy because it has long stretches of PCNs, stunning views and parks, quirky history, amazing architecture at NTU, hills for a good workout, and you can find the largest wood-fired kiln on the island (probably the only). Then it’s sidewalks and PCN’s back to Chinese Gardens. (You even go past the City Harvest Church, the megachurch where 5 of the founders “borrowed” millions of dollars – considered the biggest misuse of charity funds in Singapore history.)

Caution: This route is a combination of PCNs, sidewalks and a little bit of streets. Caution required.

Contact us with any questions or updates to the route.


Click the map image to open the Google MyMaps Route in Google Drive.

The Google My Map is linked here and the Instructions (in a Google Doc) are linked here.

Contact us with any questions or updates to the route.


Email: BikeaLocalHeidi@gmail.com
or
BikeaLocalRobin@gmail.com
www.Bike-a-Local.com


Liability:

By downloading a Bike-A-Local DIY tour route, you (and anyone you are riding with) agree that Bike-A-Local.com is not liable for any loss/damage, injury, illness, accident, fatality, etc. that may occur during the ride.

Safety:

Our routes have been carefully planned for maximum safety. We cycle mainly on PCNs (Park Connectors), alleyways, quiet streets and sidewalks. However in a big city like Singapore, it will be unavoidable for us to cross busy roads during the course of the rides.

Safety is our #1 priority. Bike-a-Local.com is a provider of self-guided route information. The user of this information is expected to follow all safety cycling protocols and Singapore’s Cycling Code of Conduct https://bike-a-local.com/safety/.


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