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Cavenagh Bridge, Singapore

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  • The bridge was built in Scotland and originally called Edinburgh. Renamed in honor of one of the Governors of Singapore. Currently is pedestrian. Harmonizes well with the adjacent Hotel Fullerton and gracefully looks on his background.
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  • in the historic center and this bridge of Singapore, in the context of a full ride in city sights from. the photos speak from themselves
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  • You should plan a walk so you cross over this bridge on the way to merlion park. very good spot to take pics of nearby sculptures and skyline. the bridge itself is lovely 
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  • Crossing a bridge over the mouth of the Singapore River. Fullerton on one end, the Old Parliament on the other. I love cities with waterfronts and with that comes beautiful bridges, and this one is pretty historic. The area around is it is a nice place to hang out and take selfies. Often on hot days, the iconic singapore ice-cream vendors will come out to sell a cone. Nothing evokes childhood memories more than the ice-cream vendors. After lunch delight.
  • Cavenagh bridge, fantastic example of british engineering, Named after Sir Lieutenant General William Orfeur Cavenagh. was built in 1868. It is the today the oldest bridge across the Singapore River.
  • Nothing great about the bridge but the waterfront place around is great for evening dinners. Upscale location filled with high class hotels
  • Cavenagh bridge is a great bridge to see while in Singapore. Its old and beautiful, so make the time to cross over it while walking up or down the river.
  • A lovely suspension bridge now dedicated to pedestrians which ideally connects both banks of the Singapore river and enable pleasing strolls or runs