The highest pedestrian bridge in the country has unique wave-like architecture, making it a popular destination for wedding shoots.
Constructed at 36-metres above ground, Henderson Waves is Singapore’s highest pedestrian bridge. Its unique wave-like architecture—comprising a series of undulating curved ribs—makes the 274-metre-long bridge a popular destination for wedding shoots. Here, couples can mark their trip to Singapore with a series of fun, romantic photos. Come nightfall, the bridge is transformed with warm LED lights that highlight its curvy design. It is part of The Southern Ridges walk, a ten-kilometre-long trail that links Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Kent Ridge Park, Labrador Nature Reserve and HortPark. The bridge is not accessible by wheelchair.