(Source: Visit Singapore)
The Henderson Waves bridge is Singapore’s tallest pedestrian bridge, towering 36 meters above the ground. Given its unique shape ti was termed as the lush greenery belt in Singapore.
Henderson Waves Trail
The ideal way to see the bridge is to take the Southern Ridges Walk, a five-kilometre hiking route that takes you through three major parks: Kent Ridge Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, and Mount Faber Park are three of the most notable nature reserves in Singapore. The second two are what Henderson Waves links.
Aside from offering a view of lush tropical vegetation and creatures, a stroll on the Ridges also provides magnificent vistas of the island.
Henderson Waves Bridge
The Henderson Waves Bridge is a 274-metre-long, undulating structure that curves and twists along its length. Steel arches support the shape, which is filled in with Balau wood “ribs,” heavy hardwoods native to Southeast Asia that are only used in massive building projects.
The bridge’s form enables it to have hidden nooks and shell-like niches where pedestrians may sit and look around. The bridge is a popular location on weekends with couples, runners, and families with children since there’s plenty of space and privacy.
The bridge is lit to stunning effect by light-emitting diode (LED) lighting from 7pm to 7am every night, with visitors lingering to admire it as the sun goes down.
How to get to Henderson Wave
The “Bef Telok Blangah Hts” is the closest point for minimal distance to Henderson waves. The station is located just outside the city centre, so it would be easy to get a taxi or walk there. There could be many buses from various areas travelling to the bus stop.
Henderson Waves Nearest MRT
The closest MRT station is Redhill (EW18, East-West Line). It should take you 10 minutes to walk from the station to the bus stop. To get to the Henderson wave from here, you’ll have to climb seven or eight sets of stairs.
Henderson Waves Parking
There are two parking lots at Mount Faber, which are accessible from Kepong Sentral (19 sites): Carpark D (17 spaces) and Telok Blangah Hill Park Carpark 1 (17 spots), as well as Telok Blangah Hill Park Carparks 2 & 3.