South ridge of the most exciting scenic spots, location is not easy to find, from the Huabaishan Station, hiking about 15 minutes to arrive, rolling wave curve immediately into the eye, walking along the plank road, it is difficult to imagine that they are walking in 36 meters high bridge deck, evening is said to be more beautiful.
Characteristic bridges are not only designed as a whole in wave shape, but also the pavement and fence are wavy and undulating. Linking the forest trail of Huabai Mountain, friends who like hiking can choose to come here. But the bridge is very sun-dried, we need to do a good job of protection.
You can walk directly from the top of Huabo Mountain. It has abundant natural vegetation and is suitable for weekend outings. You can visit it when you have time. Or you can take a cable car from Sentosa to the top of Huabo Mountain. Then you can walk there in 10 minutes. As for the interesting, it's normal.
Henderson Wave Bridge won the Presidential Design Award of Singapore in 2009. It took about 10 minutes to walk from the bridge to Huabaishan Cable Station. It was not big in the sun and it was hard to walk, but it was cool in the shade. I would not leave under the big tree.
Not bad. It's worth seeing. It's just a little worse than you think. Take the bus down and look up to see the legendary wave bridge, a very high bridge with architectural characteristics. The weather was very good that day, blue sky and white clouds, very suitable for taking pictures here.
Henderson Wave Bridge is Singapore's tallest pedestrian overpass, and Singapore's Spiral Bridge are masterpieces of designers, with jungles on both sides to enjoy. Starting from Holt Park, and then walking to Mount Faber, you need to bring mineral water and mosquito repellent spray.
The Henderson Waves bridge is part of the Southern Ridges trail that is 9km long. As Singapore's weather is humid, it may be a little hard going to go all the way with kids. So you can focus on either end of the trail. The Henderson Waves side is close to Mt Faber, which offers great views of the island. Alternatively, you can start from the other end and walk on the canopy trail and hill top walk, walking amongst the tropical secondary forest foliage and spotting birds along the way. The latter trail is also close to Gilman village, which has some nice art galleries and restaurants.