At 118-foot high (36 m) Henderson Waves is Singapore’s tallest pedestrian bridge. It is also an iconic construction of the Southern Ridges Walk which is a 9-kilometre chain of green of southern Singapore. Henderson Waves was built in the midst of two national parks: Mount Faber Park and Telok Blangah Hill Park.
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As its name suggests, the bridge has a unique undulating outer shell that look very much like a snake’s body, or a caterpillar sculpted in wood and steel.
The rising and falling steel waves that spreads along the 274 meter long bridge, function in the same time as backrests for unique wood benches located inside the bridge.
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Mainly in weekends, couples, joggers, family with children, stop few moments from their time relaxing on the benches, or gazing at beautiful landscape. Form Henderson Waves one can admire the greenery scenery, as well as the Singapore skyline. Photographers and wedding couples can be seen very often making pictures here being attracted by the privileged position of the bridge.
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During night, from 7 pm to 2 am daily, Henderson Waves is even more spectacular with its the wave-form illuminated with LED light.
With its unique exterior design Henderson Waves enhances the beautiful natural surrounding. Its comfortable interior convert a simple walk in a pleasant experience, no matter if one stays few moments on a bench, or just crosses the bridge. Would you like to take a walk on Henderson Waves?
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