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The Henderson Waves bridge at 36 metres above ground is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore. The metre bridge with its undulating wave shape is the crowning glory of the Southern Ridges. Well, it is just a bridge, connecting two parks, so don't expect too much. But the design is beautiful. We had the bridge almost completely alone for the three of us, which was cool, as we took some very nice pics here.
I would like to have seen this bridge from the road as I reckon it would be pretty speccy but could not face going downhill and then having to come back up to continue our walk! Still it was quite speccy while walking on it Deserves no more than an hour especially if it's hot and sunny.
Try visiting on an overcast day or early morning or late afternoon. Part of a series of connected parks, leading from Telok Blangah Park. A welcome relief for the eyes as you step onto the walkway and be greeted by a series of cascading wooden planks making up the walkway, with twists and narrow perspectives thrown up We caught a bus out of the city and walked up the steps on the side of the road and followed the signs to the walk.
The wave itself is probably 40m long but the walk extends further to a hilltop garden and to the The views are very good and the bridge itself is like no other with its The Bridge is interesting to look at from the ground and there are some good views to be had from on the bridge, however none of them are exceptional.
The various resting areas on the bridge have a unique design that allows the correct seating If you wanna go there, you should go to Vivo mall firstly. Just open your gmap. Then see what no bus you should take. You will pass 2 bus station after turn right. Just stop on 3rd station. Then your journey will begin Flights Holiday Rentals Restaurants Things to do. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travellers. Hours, Address, Henderson Waves Reviews: Sun - Sat What is Travellers' Choice?