When you come to Singapore, climbing high to overlook the Garden City has become a fixed project. Jinsha Hotel, Ferris wheel is the favorite of Chinese tourists, overlooking the prosperity of the coastal bay. Why not change the angle? Henderson Waves is Singapore's tallest pedestrian bridge. The whole bridge is barrier-free, slippery, without steps, and has an armrest. The wave bridge is 274 meters long and the highest point is 36 meters away from the road surface, which is equivalent to a 12-storey building. The bridge body is like the back wave pushing forward the wave, and the bridge body eight meters wide passes between the crests and valleys. Some people also call it "White Lady Bridge". When we came here, the sky was drifting with rain and we were looking up. Singapore in the rain was greener and more beautiful. The bridge was marked 77.88 meters above sea level, as if it was the highest point in Singapore. The Wave Bridge connects Huabai Mountain Park and Straight Blanya Mountain Park. It belongs to the southern ridge of Singapore. It has planned a 9 km hiking and bicycle route. The park is full of lush trees, especially the tall and stretching trees, which can be seen everywhere in downtown Singapore. They are like huge umbrellas, and their trunks are parasitic with giant nest ferns with huge leaves. The bustling garden city has such a large area of forest parks, which we can not help but admire more and more. Practical tips 1, how to get there, can take the subway to Harbourfront station, then walk a kilometer to Faber Peak Singapore, from the cable station into the Month Faber Park, and then walk to the wave bridge about 800 meters. There are many map instructions in the park, or follow Google Maps, which is not difficult to find. 2. After crossing the wave bridge and entering Telok Blangah Hill Park, you can choose to go downhill. There is a bus stop nearby. We didn't choose bus to come and go. Three people took taxis directly, and the cost of commuting to and from Binhai Bay was 15 Singapore dollars. 3. Free Parks
Southern Ridge - Walking for two hours, you can explore the most natural and beautiful tropical hill landscape, and find the fourth Merlion statue on the top of the mountain. (Fig. 5 is the Shengtaosha Merlion Ciba and Fig. 6 is the son of the Merlion on the top of the mountain.)
Travel to Singapore must take time to see it. There is a steel suspension bridge about 10 kilometers long on the southern ridge, which allows visitors to fully experience nature while looking at nearby tall buildings. In this park, you can see many wild monkeys, squirrels and other small animals. The design feels like a simplified Thai villa. Wait till the evening, the scenery is so beautiful! __________ The lights on the suspension bridge will light up, revealing some pleasure in the mystery. Here are some things to note: - Nearby are trees, easy to get lost. Personal advice is not to explore alone, follow the regular route - pay attention to sunscreen, pay attention to sunscreen, pay attention to sunscreen! Important things are to be repeated for 3 times! It's hot in Singapore, easy to tan, sunburn - there's time to go to the restaurant on the top of the hill. The evening scenery is beautiful and suitable for dining - try to pack as light as possible and the mountain road may be a little steep. Don't forget to bring your cell phone, Charge Treasure and some change/snacks. There's a vending machine on the top of the hill. - Avoid feeding wildlife. It's probably illegal. I hope you have a pleasant trip.
The Southern ridge is a three-hour walk, so be prepared with water, sunscreen and hats. You can see a panoramic view of the city and the harbour, as well as many animals and plants. I didn't see any monkeys, but they were reminded that they had a good aisle layout in the forest, designed specifically for pedestrians.
When we came to the southern ridge in the morning and saw many local people practicing in the morning, we knew that we had come to the right place, walked and stopped all the way, breathed fresh air, and felt the life of the local people. There will also be monkeys here, although we did not encounter them, we only know when we see the sign. The Southern ridge is a scenic spot that can not be directly accessed by the subway. It can be accessed by bus, and you can get a full view of the magnificent scenery of Singapore. So, please take Google map and come here by bus. It's very primitive and spacious. It's the best place for hiking.
The Southern Ridges walkway is a 9km trail linking 3 hilltop parks and the HortPark in Singapore. You can start from the Harbourfront MRT Exit D and climb the steps of the Marang Trail to Mt. Faber. Then cross the beautiful Henderson Waves bridge to Telok Blangah Hill Park. Take a walk around the Alkaff Mansion along the way. Continue through the tree tops along the Forest Walk. Cross Alexandra Arch to Hort Park, a lovely gardening hub. Climb up to Kent Ridge Park and visit Reflections at Bukti Chandu, a war museum (entry $2), then back down to Pasir Panjang MRT. Train stations along the way are Telok Blangah, Kent Ridge, Pasir Panjang and Labrador Park and are about a 15-20 minute walk to get to.
All free, compliment! It's very suitable for enjoying the scenery with friends. It's very beautiful. When you come, you must remember to visit it. Hiking route: Park orientation from east to west: Huabai Mountain Park -- straight down Branya Mountain Park -- horticultural garden -- Kentgang Park's walkway orientation from east to west: Marang Trail -- Henderson Wave Bridge -- Jungle Trail -- Alexander Arch Bridge -- Flower Cluster Walk -- Tianpeng Walk
Done with temples, hawker centers, and the concrete jungle? For something completely different in Singapore, head to the island's southern edge and walk the spectacular set of interconnected national parks, savoring the greenery and wonderful views along the way. Completing the walk from the island's west, across the elevated Canopy Walk sections soaring on walkways at treetop level, thru the Horticultural Park, across the gorgeous Henderson Waves bridge and on to the cable car station on Mt. Faber (with a fantastic panorama), should take about 3 hours, and practically begs that you bring a camera. Highly recommended.
Lovely walk, a haven in city, amazing trees and so peaceful listening to the chirping birds
Although Singapore is a small city-state, it still has well-preserved forests and lakes. The Southern ridge landscape belt starts from Kent Hill in the West and ends at Huabai Mountain in the east. It is a veritable forest garden in the central part of the city. Along the southern ridge, you can enjoy a variety of scenery, including the urban area, the group house area and the southern waters, and view various wild plants. Walking is the best way.