Gogreen @ Sentosa
Explore Sentosa With Gogreen Eco Adventure
Sentosa is so much more than just a group of attractions. There are golden sandy beaches, lush rainforests, plenty of historical and natural heritage for you to explore on your own without waiting for public transportation to get around Sentosa.
Measuring a total of 12km across Sentosa, the Sentosa Cycling Tracks complement the walking trails by providing another fun and healthy activity for our guests, as well as a better experience for cyclists by conveniently linking various parts of the island through shared paths and on-road lanes. For those that do not know how to cycle? Fret not, we have kick scooters available for you to get around exploring the island too.
Along the Beaches
Running mainly along the beach, the terrain is flat, making it suitable for families, children and amateur cyclists. Start cycling along Siloso to Palawan Beach. It's been said that cycling can calm your senses. Being surrounded by the best of nature will help you achieve zen even easier. Your eyes are greeted by lush greenery on one side and the vast, beautiful sea on the other. You might even spot a peacock or two! There are plenty of F&B choices to take a break and have a drink. Once you’ve got your caffeine or sugar fix, get back on your saddle and ride down to Tanjong Beach. It’s virtually impossible to get lost because there are plenty of signages and maps along the route.
Mount Imbiah & Nature Trails
This is a route with hills and bends, providing cyclists with a moderate workout that brings them to the Mount Imbiah and nature trails. As there are slopes, this route is recommended for cyclists who are more experienced. Do note to disembark at steep slopes and look out for warning signages. You would also need to push your bikes on paths designed for walking only.
If you would like to discover nooks and corners that you may never have known existed through three inter- connected cycling tracks linked to the walking trails, then stop by the various lookout points to soak in sights such as the Dragon’s Teeth Gate while learning about the island’s historical and natural heritage.
Sentosa Cove Village
Experienced cyclists can opt to cycle dedicated on-road cycling lanes leading to Sentosa Cove Village. It is mandatory for cyclists to wear a properly fitted helmet while riding on public roads. Enjoy a leisure ride around Quayside Isle and stop by for a bite to eat at the wide choices of F&B. You can take in the refreshing sea breeze while enjoying the lovely views of the yachts.