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ECP McDonald's to Changi Village, 18km of Ideal Running Track


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Got this information from Kazuo from his frequent excursions to Singapore. At the East Coast Park, there is an 18km track extending from McDonald's to Changi Village ideal for running, cycling and many other activities. The two-lane track is quite wide, there is no congestion and traffic to worry about. See how far behind we are as compared to Singapore?

There was hype that Penang was going to build 3 cycling tracks back in Nov 2009, but I haven't heard anything since then. The three tracks proposed were from Teluk Bahang to Georgetown, Batu Maung to Georgetown via Jelutong Expressway and a heritage trail within Georgetown itself. How I wish that it would not be another ATNA (All Talk No Action).

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4 comments:

Kazuo Lim said...

Yes. I feel doubt why Penang Island can't do the same as Singapore especially on running & bicycle track. I believe with current government Mr.Lim, he sure will do it well unlike the previous year lousy government.

Yimster said...

Nice. I wished there were more of such lovely tracks here in Malaysia and by that I mean the whole of Malaysia. Arent we supposed to be sihat Malaysia just like our Southern counterpart?

Shaun Yap said...

Yes hopefully it will be sooner than later.

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