” Interesting Place In Singapore “
Henderson Waves bridge
if I had a chance to go to Singapore, I always intend to come to the Henderson Waves, a beautiful bridge which is the highest pedestrian paths in Singapore. But usually that way with my friends, we have dozens of other plans so that the plans for the Henderson Waves had always postponed. My curiosity to see directly and enjoy the view from the bridge which is about 36 meters above Henderson Road is like new can be realized today. Let’s take a look and feel of the wooden bridge was spectacular!
This beautiful bridge that helped him decorate the vibrant city of Singapore, extending in a height of 36 meters above Henderson Road. You can easily see the expanse of a steel bridge has a wavy frame like a wave, combined with wood curved shape that looks unique and beautiful.
Has a height of more than 60 meters above sea level with a length of about 274 meters, Henderson Waves connects Mount Faber Park to Telok Blangah Hill Park. Inaugurated by the Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong and was opened to the public on May 10, 2008. Visited and photographed at the Henderson Waves actually provide a special experience and making a trip to Singapore more memorable.
Way to Henderson Waves:
From HarbourFront MRT Station, exit via Exit C the mall and headed to the existing bus stops outside the building. Then take the bus number 131 or 145. From HarbourFront bus will pass through several stops and after turning to Henderson Road, get off at the second bus stop. You can immediately see the wave-shaped bridge, lived across the street and then proceed to climb stairs to get to the top of the park.