Wednesday, April 23, 2014

singapore: henderson waves

hi ladies,

how your day?i'm doing great here..

some sunday the man and i would just prefer to stay in bed till very late morning and wake up for brunch instead of breakfast.but one sunday we were different. we wake up really early and we went for morning walk. singapore has a lot of places for morning walk but this round i choose henderson waves.
this was my first time here and i was really excited. henderson waves is the highest pedestrian bridge in singapore connecting mount faber park and telok blangah hill park.honestly, there was no difficulty at all to walk on the bridge (which mean no much calories burnt) and it is actually disabled-friendly too.

what made this pedestrian bridge so special and unique is its stunning curve and wavy structure consisting of a series of undulating curved “ribs” and these ribs did their function as shelters for the public visitors.i even saw some families brought their food and did a little picnic there.we brought nothing and i just tried to climb up the ribs and pretend to be monkey hanging around..

when we walked to 77.88m above sea level, i felt myself holding my breath..through the gap of the wooden floors,i can definitely saw cars & buses passing by underneath.i said to myself,this was crazy!! but we did managed to explore the bridge. kind of adventurous too..
i read from google that henderson waves have a different looks during night time with the wave-form illuminated with attractive led light from 7pm to 2am daily. i should visit again some day..

do you do morning walk with your better half? how was the experiences?



By The Shore, Life + Style said...

What a fun and wonderful looking Sunday!! We love our Sundays too, and try to get out to explore as much as we can!! xoxo

his little lady said...

This looks like so much fun!!
xo TJ

Always Maylee said...

What a fun and cool bridge!

xo, Yi-chia
Always Maylee