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Cavenagh Bridge, Singapore

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  • Swaying while crossing because it is in the form of a suspension bridge, but firmly. Is lit up at night, beside the Fullerton Hotel, very clean.
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  • Its a nice little bridge which you can go under while doing the Singapore Cruise or take a picture of it as it earmarks the Fullerton hotel. Dont understand why it is termed as an attraction though.  more »
  • While just a pedestrian bridge this old bridge in its original form is worth a visit for its historical value. You'll likely be out walking along the river anyways so be sure to stop and admire this o...  more »
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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