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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Cavenagh Bridge is one of the oldest bridge in Singapore. It connects the Fullerton Hotel to the Esplande park. The bridge along with the signages has been preserved in its original condition. At night bridge looks even more beautiful when the lights come on. There...More

Thank vasavapr
Reviewed 26 May 2018 via mobile

Located near Raffles Places, this place is quite easily accessible with MRT ( alight at Raffles Place MRT ) and buses. This bridge connects Fullerton Hotel and Asian Civilization Museum. This bridge is the oldest bridge in Singapore that was build during the colonisation days...More

Thank Jonathan Y
Reviewed 15 May 2018

This is perhaps the most famous bridge in Singapore. Its also popular with wedding photographers, as you will find couples getting their photos taken at the bridge. Its in the CBD area and connect the Asian Civilisation Museum to Fullerton hotel.

Thank PushExplore
Reviewed 7 May 2018

Interesting to see the bridge and the history going back to British times. The sign there says that no cows or oxen are allowed, so leave those at home!

Thank JimSanDieg0
Reviewed 1 April 2018

The history of this bridge is interesting and the area around is is gorgeous. Very nice to stroll around here. Be sure to take a peek inside the Fullerton Hotel, former Post Office. It has a lot of grandeur.

Thank Tangobabe1
Reviewed 12 February 2018

One of the oldest bridges in Singapore and an essential thoroughfare across the river near the Fullerton Hotel and the best way to cross over to the restored colonial buildings from the Raffles Place area. This bridge has an interesting history as it was built...More

Thank Suratrichard
Reviewed 7 February 2018

Most people cross this bridge with hardly a second thought. But I think it is the oldest bridge in Singapore with antiquated signs left for that ol' touch. It goes between Fullerton and Empress Places so for history lovers, this is pretty much the oldest...More

Thank EuForia_01
Reviewed 5 February 2018 via mobile

As an escort for a friend who is the first timer in Singapore, I said to him that seeing Raffles Standing Statue in Raffles Quay is a must. So one fine afternoon we took MRT to Raffles Place and exit to Asian Civilisation Museum where...More

Thank Aang174
Reviewed 3 February 2018

If you are visiting Boat Quay or any of the attractions along the river, then have a look at this bridge which was named after one of Singapore's early British governors. It is well over 100 years old, so it's great that it has been...More

Thank Ilmar1
Reviewed 17 January 2018

Its a very cool bridge.. If you are going to see merlion statue at melion park then you will have to use this

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