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Linking Marina Bay to Marina Centre, the Helix Bridge, is set to become Singapore’s next landmark. Located beside the Benjamin Sheares Bridge, alongside the vehicular Bayfront Bridge, it was officially opened on 24 April 2010 and is the world’s...more
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If you’re a tourist and in the Marina Bay Area you will see or cross the Helix Bridge. An eye catching design among all the other interesting sights nearby. A terrific area to see and experience. We do wonder if all the nearby sights are...More
If you plan to walk around the city what better place than to walk over Helix Bridge from the Mandarin Oriental Hotel side of the Bay across to the Marina Bay Hotel vis the Helix Bridge. Great view across the harbour.
It was in Madrid years ago that we got to see our first helix bridge, the second is in Singapore. The design of the bridge is based on the structure of DNA and at 280 metres long is the longest pedestrian bridge in Singapore. The...More
Imitating the human dna, such a great creation!Lovely panoramic views,you can actually see almost all the marina bay. Has at points places you get outside the bridge for photos etc.Prefer to visit at night! Often you happen upon wedding photoshoots, fun to watch!
Helix Bridge is free and can be reached on foot from Bayfront station (CE1/DT16). I think it's much better to be visited after dark. If you go during the day, there are many attractions at a walking distance: Gardens by The... More
Helix Bridge is free and can be reached on foot from Bayfront station (CE1/DT16). I think it's much better to be visited after dark. If you go during the day, there are many attractions at a walking distance: Gardens by The Bay, ArtScience Museum, Singapore Flyer, and Marina Bay Sands observation deck (on one side), famous Merlion and "Esplanade - Theaters by The Bay" ("the durian building") on another. And if you're into brands shopping, check out (expensive!) Marina Bay Sands and Esplanade malls.
As for planning your itinerary in Singapore, I recommend gothere.sg which is available as both web site and a smartphone app. It will show you various travel options (public transport, taxi, etc.) including times and prices.
Singapore is a great place so good luck and have fun!