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Reviews about Helix Bridge


Reviewed on 14 Jun 2017

This is the so-called scenic spot. As long as you walk around the Binhai Park, you will surely pass through a small bridge like east and west. I really don't know whether there is a shortage of scenic spots in Singapore or how. It can also be counted as a scenic spot. I am also speechless. I can't really comment on 60 words, because this bridge is a small, short and somewhat modelled ordinary bridge, in fact, it is a bridge. It's just a passageway. I believe that the local people will never take a look at it more when they pass by, because there's nothing to see. You don't have to look for it, you will pass by.

Helix Bridge
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Reviewed on 16 Dec 2016
At night, with the decorative effect of lighting, the Merlion sculpture creates a visual effect standing above the blue wave. At this moment, the Jinsha Hotel in Binhai Bay across the water, the Ferris Wheel and the double helix bridge connecting the two places are also beautifully decorated and deduced by lights. The final goal of our tour today is to see this modern bridge. Walking to the double helix bridge, I saw an ice cream stall here, and there were people waiting in line. So we lined up and spent 1.2 NT to buy a Mango-flavored ice cream. The vendors sold many kinds of ice cream. The best variety we bought was durian. After tasting, I don't feel very good about ice cream, but on such a beautiful night, facing such a beautiful scenery, tasting cool and refreshing ice cream is also a very memorable taste. Crossing the twin spiral bridge with changeable lights, we can see the intermittent illumination of the headlights on the top of Jinsha Hotel from the viewing platform on the bridge, which adds a dynamic rhythm to the beautiful coastal bay night scene. The double helix pedestrian bridge built in April 2010 is the first double helix pedestrian bridge in the world. Inspired by the DNA structure, the designer designed the shape of the bridge, which is said to reflect the meaning of "life and continuity, renewal and growth". Walking on this bridge with changeable lights, feeling the combination of art and use of architecture, feeling Singapore's innovative urban construction, at this moment the feeling is rarely felt in other cities in the past. At the other end of the double helix bridge is a huge shopping mall, where the four floors are spatially impressive and there are many restaurants and cafes. The most amazing thing is that there are so many restaurants, cafes and food centers in Singapore, which are full of customers, especially in the evening. It seems that food in Singapore is also the most important item in tourism.
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