Sunday, June 7, 2015

The World's First Curved Double Helix Pedestrian Bridge

Helix Bridge is a 280-metre DNA-inspired pedestrian bridge (the longest in Singapore) that connects Marina Centre with Marina South in the Marina Bay area. it is made out of steel that resembles the double helix structure of a DNA.  

This bridge is a destination point in itself, it allows visitors to enjoy a crossing experience while enjoying a panoramic view of the Singapore city skyline. Its resemblance to the DNA structure which is the basic building block of life, symbolises "life and continuity", "renewal", "everlasting abundance" and "growth" which reflects Singapore's aspiration for Marina Bay.  

There are five viewing platforms  available where you can stop to rest, take pictures, enjoy the panoramic view and watch events happening within the Bay.


For an unforgettable Singapore experience, be sure not to miss this magnificent structure located in the heart of the city.

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