Henderson Waves, Singapore
Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
Find yourself in line with the city's lush jungle canopies with a walk along Henderson Waves. This impressive architectural feat features a bridge designed to resemble an undulating wave. At 36 m (118 ft) above ground, the bridge is the tallest in the country and provides a vantage point for peering out over the green belt below. The bridge curves and twists over the 274 m (899 ft) of its length, rising and falling to mimic an actual wave. Benches and resting spots are scattered throughout and you'll find hand rails where required, making the bridge accessible for all. Plan to visit Henderson Waves and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Singapore attractions using our Singapore trip builder.
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What a fantastic initiative to merge modern structures with nature. A must go for any nature lovers.
Die Henderson Waves sind eine schön angelegte Brücke/Park-Kombination. Wir sind vom Cable car aus Sentosa kommend hier rumgelaufen und konnten den Sonnenuntergang über Singapur beobachten. Wer hier in... read more »The Henderson Waves are a beautiful combination of bridge/Park. We ran out of the cable car from Sentosa coming here and could watch the sunset over Singapore. Who here is on the road at dusk, should pack be sure bug spray.show original
I came by from Marang Trail (Harbourfront MRT) around 6AM and climb up to Mount Faber. Rewarded by the beautiful sunrise like a full egg yolk. Henderson bridge is a very artistic bridge, after a long ... read more »
Nice place to visit, 30m walk from Telok Blanga MRT. But walk in the part, many trees like forest, fresh air, worthy for a walk. Nice place to take photos also.
Offers nice views of the city and the a good place to just hangout. Be prepared with active wear as walking the route can get you up to faber peak, which takes about 30 min to an hour.
Most people see photos the the large curved wooden seating area, which is slightly misleading since the bridge is mostly made up of smaller, half-curved seating areas. Helpfully inscribed on the floor are height markers indicating the current height above sea level (for those curious). View is amazing sea-facing, and the other side showing a mass of HDB blocks and such.
Nice place and a very unique landscape of Singapore. It's also very popular among couples taking wedding photos!
Well thought out. Great view of the Singapore skyline. Excellent part of the Southern Ridges trail. Worth checking out.
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