Tan Wei Jie

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  • 10May

    Henderson Waves

    Part of the Southern Ridges trail, the Henderson Waves is the highest pedestrian bridge at 36 metres above Henderson Road, connecting Mount Faber Park and Telok Blangah Hill Park. In the evenings, the bridge magically transforms into a colourful and brightly lit structure, glowing attractively under the stars.

    The pedestrian bridge is nearly 300 metres in length, and will take approximately five to ten minutes for a leisurely walk across. This pedestrian bridge is characterised by its unique structure which resemble waves. Within the curved steel ribs are shelters with seats. There is a diverse variety of plants on the pathways leading up to the Henderson Waves. In the quiet early morning, birds and insects can be spotted.

    Posted by Wei Jie @ 10:15

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