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Cavenagh Bridge, Singapore

Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
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  • Visit just during the F1 Grand Prix was traffic restrictions 24 hours in period in implementation is and, did not pass but unfortunately. A little away from the group show. Next time I absolutely want to cross.
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  • It's one of the oldest suspension bridge in Singapore River. White, beautiful bridges, the familiar atmosphere of the surrounding buildings and also had a graceful impression.
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  • If walking in the area, passing a bridge pass completely impossible-all walking trails lead to it. Bridge design and interesting, when you look at it, you forget that you are in Asia.
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  • Nothing great about the bridge but the waterfront place around is great for evening dinners. Upscale location filled with high class hotels
  • A lovely suspension bridge now dedicated to pedestrians which ideally connects both banks of the Singapore river and enable pleasing strolls or runs
  • Only suspension bridge and one of the oldest bridge in Singapore dating back to 1870. Originally know as Edinburgh Bridge, it now connects the recently revamped Civic District to the Downtown Core. Great photo location.
  • Enjoy the shades at both side of the bridge, have a cool ice cream on a hot day
  • A historic bridge across the Singapore river. The oldest bridge over the river and close to the mouth of the river. Connecting downtown and Raffles place with the old civic district and the Esplanade. If you're visiting Singapore, you're sure to cross it, so it's a nice photo opp. The only suspension bridge in Singapore and it;s largely limited to pedestrian traffic. Despite the size can feel the whole thing wobble, even if there's only a single other person jogging over it next to you. Do check out the interesting series of statues on the riverside next to it, starting with the First Generation, which is right next to the bridge.
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