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The Helix Bridge, Singapore
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Considered one of modern architecture's marvels, The Helix Bridge is modeled after the double helix shape found in strands of DNA. Opened in 2010, the 280 m (920 ft) stainless steel pedestrian bridge has become a striking feature and an icon of Singapore. Take great photos of the city's skyline from this landmark structure, which offers comprehensive views day and night. If you visit at after dark, you can admire the bridge's impressive multicolored lighting. Plan to visit The Helix Bridge and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Singapore attractions using our Singapore tour planner.
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  • Ideal for an evening stroll and just on the waterfront to see a laser show (on the way to the bridge). Look very bright and beautiful.
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  • Walking by the helix is part of the promenade by Marina bay. The bridge is for pedestrians only, and from there you get an amazing view of the Bay.
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  • In Singapore you have to cross areas such as these, which give an idea of the immensity and the avant-garde engineering in these Asian flaps.
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  • Once upon a time, the entire area where Marina Bay Sands stood were just water. The entire area has been reclaimed and today features the undeniable iconic skyline for Singapore. Connecting Marina Centre on one side to the Marina Bay on the other is the unique and futuristically-themed Helix Bridge. You can now walk from the iconic Merlion and end your walk at Marina Bay Sands. Crossing the Helix Bridge, you’ll enjoy a beautiful view of Marina Bay, the Float@Marina Bay and Singapore’s downtown skyline. I much prefer the view at night when the bridge is lighted up together with the rest of the city.
  • This is one of the newest bridge which has become part of a sight to see when in Singapore. This bridge is for pedestrians only and spans the Marina Bay leading to Marina Bay Sands. These are 2 photos taken at one end of the bridge to give you a model of the the bridge and some information. Provides the much needed shelter for the walk yet the architecture don't cease to amaze me each time I'm on it. You should go below the bridge from the end starting from the floating platform to see some write up about this bridge that resembles DNA.
  • Beautiful peice of structure. Makes walking yo MBS much easier too. There are seating areas on the bridge too? Where you can admire Singapore's skyline.
  • A engineering and artistic marvel, great views of the bay. Well worth a visit. Opened in 2010.
  • Unique one! A nice place to enjoy the night view of Singapore, but it's quite crowded even on weekdays.