This highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore has an undulating structure that curves and twist along its length of 274 meters.
25 Jul 2020
Henderson Waves is located in the south of Singapore. This bridge connects Mount Faber Park to Telok Blangah Hill Park. To get to this bridge, you can take bus number 145 and stop at Henderson Road just below the bridge, then take the stairs up to the bridge. Alternatively, from the cable car station at Faber Peak, you can walk 15-20 minutes to Henderson Waves.
At a height of 36 meters, the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore is seen snaking like a series of waves and has a length of 274 meters.
The arches on the bridge, which was inaugurated in 2008, are made of Balau wood, a strong wood specially designed for construction, and supported by steel.
Henderson Waves is a popular destination for jogging, walking, and family recreation while enjoying panoramic views of the city, harbor, and Southern Islands. In some parts of this bridge, there are seating and resting areas for pedestrians. On the bridge, you can also see various types of birds. Starting at 7PM, the bridge is illuminated by a stunning lighting effect emitted from the light emitting diodes (LEDs).