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Henderson Waves at Telok Blangah Hill Park

About the Henderson Waves

Walking through the Telok Blangah Hill Park, you will recognise the iconic Henderson Waves: a distinct 274m-long pedestrian bridge with a unique wave-like structure.

This charming, wood-panelled bridge is the tallest pedestrian bridge in Singapore. It was built to improve connectivity between the nature areas along the Southern Ridges. A series of seven undulating “ribs” double up as alcoves and provide shelter to park users looking for rest.

At the start of the bridge (Mount Faber Plaza) stands a nutmeg tree - a symbol of the area’s past when it was a nutmeg plantation.


Visit the Henderson Waves in the morning when it's cooler, or in the evening to admire how attractive it looks when lit up with LED lights from 7pm to 2am daily