5 Bridges in Singapore You Should Cross at Least Once
OCBC Skyway Bridge
The OCBC Skyway at 22 m in height and 128 m in length will help you enjoy the space here. Feeling lively floating on high, breathe the fresh air of the most beautiful green city will leave the wonderful impression for everyone. Visitors will feel nervous and a little surprised when standing at a height of 22 m but can not stop you continue walking all the way to the bridge. This area is very safe, so at the height of things you do not have to be afraid. This is also a way to help you exercise and watching the scenery from above.
Two of the larger Supertrees are connected by the OCBC Skyway, a sky bridge for visitor to enjoy an aerial view of the park.
The OCBC Skyway is open almost all day, but the best time to experience is at night. At that time, the super-plants emit magical shifts that change with every minute and the melodious music is very poetic and artistic. From above, you can also enjoy a panoramic view of Garden by the Bay with its rich vegetation and the city of Marina Bay in the distance. This is also a great place for travelers with friends or relatives to take photos "in the air".
Singore is famous in the world with many unique ideas. The Helix Bridge is a great example of it. Helix was built according to the world's first structural DNA helix, which is completed in 2010.
Helix is 280m long, connecting the Marina Center to the South Marina area. From here you can enjoy the beautiful Marina Bay. Especially, in the evening the Helix Bridge is lit brightly in shimmering water.
The suspension bridge at Palawan Beach on Sentosa Island, Singapore
Suspension Bridge on Sentosa Island
Sentosa is a famous island in Singapore. If you do not travel to Singapore without Sentosa, your journey of discovery is not complete. One highlight that visitors remember when coming to this island is the bridge that connects Palawan beach with the island opposite. This suspension bridge was designed with the first rope in the lion island nation.
At first glance you may be a bit scared walking on it but the bridge is safe. And especially if you want a classic check in photo, this bridge is the perfect spot for you.
The 55m-long Alkaff Bridge crosses the Singapore River at Robertson Quay, designed by a Filipino artist. One interesting feature of the Alkall Bridge is that there are many different colors that look very bright and vibrant like the Singapore weather itself.
Alkaff Bridge (Singapore's ArtBridge) is a pedestrian bridge in Singapore
From a distance, Alkaff's appearance is also highlighted by the inspirational originality of a lightweight boat model used to carry cargo along the river's former frontage. The bridge has a history of 20 years. With this good point, the Alkaff Bridge attracts many tourists each year.
This bridge is located in a very nice location. Here you can just watch the green trees of Punggol park freshly suspended on the fresh water. The atmosphere here is pleasant, the ideal place for you to take a relaxing stroll.
The curved Jewel Bridge is a "gem" or "birdcage". The best time to take a camera and go to Jewel is at sunset. At that time, Jewel Bridge is very romantic.