The 274m long pedestrian bridge is part of the Southern Ridges, 10km long trail that connects Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, Kent Ridge Park and Labrador Nature Reserve. The curved ribs of the bridge create shelters with seating areas where you can enjoy great views towards Keppel Bay. The wave-shaped bridge is lit at night from 7pm to 2am.
How to get to Henderson Waves
Bus / MRT
There is a bus stop on Henderson Road right below Henderson Waves. The easiest way to get to the bus stop is taking the MRT to Redhill station (EW18, East-West Line) and from there take Bus #145 for 7stops (about 10min) to "Bef Telok Blangah Hts". When you get off the bus you can see Henderson Waves already, next to the bridge is a staircase going up to the Waves.
From Mount Faber
Henderson Waves can be reached with a 15-20min walk from the Cable Car station at Jewel Box on Mount Faber. To the Jewel Box you can get also get on foot in 20min from Harbour Front MRT station (CC29, Circle Line) using the trail / stairs going up the hill.
Google Street View image (2012), looking north, with the bus stops and the staircase going up to the Waves (right)
Herderson Waves is located 36m above Henderson making it Singapore's highest pedestrian bridge
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views along Henderson Road towards Keppler Bay
on the lower right you can see the stairs going up to Henderson Waves
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