Henderson Waves Bridge

Another pedestrian bridge with a distinctive architecture and touted as the highest of its kind in Singapore is the Henderson Wave Pedestrian Bridge. At 36m above Henderson Road, it connect two nature areas, Mount Faber Park and Telok Blangah Hill Park. What is unique about this pedestrian bridge and worth visiting is its distinctive wave-like structure.

The bridge itself is straight timber deck, but decorated on one side with undulating curved steel ribs which double up as alcoves providing shelter to the pedestrians. These ribs forming a wave is made up of seven undulating curves that alternately rise over and under its deck. The alcoves functions as shelters with seats within. These wave-forms are equip with LED lamps and lighted at night.

While at the bridge during the day, you can enjoy the harbor view, the surrounding neighborhoods, and the forest.

One side shown a straight wooden bridge
The other side shown wave-like bridge which it is referred to.

View while on the bridge
The carvings on the slats marking the height you are standing on.

Resting on these wooden chairs cum bed you can call it, give you an airy feeling since there are gaps in between planks which air can pass through. You can feel a slight tremors while on the bridge.

Joggers, couples, families, tourists are a common sight here.

It also become a popular photography location, my reason why I was here.