The Henderson Waves

by Julie Domingo April. 19, 2016 2667 views

The Henderson Waves Bridge or simply Henderson Bridge is a famous spot in Singapore both for locals and tourist to get a little bit away from the building blocks of the city.

Wiki-facts say this unique bridge is 36 metres above Henderson Road, it is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore, and is frequently visited for its artistic, distinctive wave-like structure consisting of a series of undulating curved ‘ribs’. And the entrance actually is conveniently accessible by bus from the Harbourfront MRT station.

It is the first photowalk I had with my camera friends who are willing to do the 5km hiking trail. And I enjoyed the panoramic view of the city, variety of green fauna and giant trees, watching the warm yet soft sunset, the company of awesome people, the walking & sweating out itself, that searching for vendo when we don't have any coins for it (credit cards don't work in the forest after all - LOLs!), and ofcourse fascinated by the uniqueness of the bridge! How creative the human brain that is! ;)

Indeed, that was one fun day!

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Jay Boggess 3 years, 5 months ago

WOW! Stunningly creative POVs! The compositions, colors, variety, lighting, originality & clarity are remarkable!

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Eija 3 years, 5 months ago

That bridge is absolutely beautiful !!! So beautifully designed !

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Ram Ya 3 years, 5 months ago

Nice set. I like the architecture and night illuminations here.
Thank you for sharing.

3 years, 5 months ago Edited
Marsha 3 years, 6 months ago

Nice set of well-seen shots!

3 years, 6 months ago Edited
Ros Mercury 3 years, 6 months ago

The architecture is impressive, a cat that gives you it's tongue sure makes a great contrast!!!

3 years, 6 months ago Edited
Antonio Gil 3 years, 6 months ago

Thanks for sharing this interesting architectonic work

3 years, 6 months ago Edited
Chossid 3 years, 6 months ago

Wow! Interesting architecture! 10 and 25 for me!

3 years, 6 months ago Edited