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St. John’s & Lazarus Island’s Bike Rental Kiosk Returns, Explore The Southern Islands On Wheels

St. John’s Island bike rental


Biking through East Coast Park and Pulau Ubin has been among many an outdoorsy Singaporean’s favourite pastime. For all folks who think cycling > walking, new cycling destinations will be unlocked at St. John’s and Lazarus Island.

Last year, they had a pop-up bike rental station, and if you missed it, here’s some great news: the kiosk will be returning, from 14th October 2022 onwards.


Rent bikes to explore the island, tents & beach mats also available



Image credit: Gogreen

St John’s and Lazarus Islands are well known for their untouched beaches – but for some, they might be too untouched. Previously equipped with limited facilities, the pair of connected Southern Islands will soon welcome a new bike kiosk located just 5 minutes by foot from St John Island Pier. 


Image credit: Gogreen

Other than bike rentals (from $25/2hours), the kiosk will also have scooters you can rent at the same rate. Beach mats ($19.90), waterproof tents ($75), and even kites ($15) are available as add-ons while making your bookings online. 


Image credit: Gogreen


Cycling on St. John’s and Lazarus Island


Image credit: @theboatshopasia

For those looking for their next weekend getaway from the city, look forward to cycling on St. John’s and Lazarus. You can expect the upcoming kiosk to operate on Mondays, Fridays, and weekends only. Slots can be pre-booked in 2-hour blocks, at 10am, 12pm, and 2pm. 

It’s safest to book your bike ahead of time on Gogreen before heading down. For discounted bundles (from $35 for a bike + kite rental), you can also check out the deals on Klook.

Rent a bike on St John Island via Klook

 

Address: 8 St John’s Island, 098602 (5 minutes’ walk from St John Island Pier)
Opening hours: Mon & Fri 10am-4.30pm | Sat-Sun 10am-5pm
Contact: Gogreen @St John’s Island website 

Getting there: St. John’s Island is accessible via a $14 boat ride from Marina South Pier.

For more on island exploration in SG, also read:


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Originally published on 24th January 2022. Last updated by Kezia Tan on 12th October 2022.
Cover image adapted from: @theboatshopasia, Gogreen

Kezia Tan

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