The up and coming 150km Round Island Route green corridor will take cyclists around the coasts of Singapore. 

Singapore cyclists will have a more seamless ride around the island in the future, as construction for the first 60km of the 150km Round Island Route green corridor will begin at the end of this year. 

According to The Straits Times, the trail features recreational, cultural, natural and historical sites for both cyclists and park goers, and is part of the existing 300km Park Connector Network. The Round Island Route green corridor starts from Rowers Bay at Lower Seletar Reservoir Park, and connects the coasts of Punggol, Pasir Ris, Changi and East Coast Park to Gardens By The Bay. 

While authorities have yet to announce the date of completion for the project, you can check out these 4 scenic cycling loops around Singapore

And if you don't have wheels of your own, read on for where to purchase a stylish bike here