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The unique design of the glass and wooden bridge across Marina Bay


Photo of Marine bay Project


The unique design of the glass and wooden bridge across Marina Bay will give visitors a continually changing view as they cross the 280m-long structure. Singapore's longest pedestrian bridge will be held together by ten connected steel cables supported by a crescent plate structure and will span gently over the river, rising 8.8m at its highest point. A man-made waterfall will flow from under the path of the bridge providing a unique experience for those who are on the bridge. This design creates more air movement on the bridge to keep visitors cool. Visitors can look forward to a unique and memorable experience. The bridge, which can take the weight of 6,000 to 8,000 people, will link the Singapore Flyer - a giant observation wheel on one end, and the Integrated Resort on the other end, thereby serving the purpose of not only a common pedestrian bridge but an excellent platform having a panoramic view of the city skyline and the spectacular events going on within the Bay. Strategic ‘pods’ along the bridge further enhance the experience and allow visitors to have a closer look at the man-made waterfall. The bridge will connect a host of new developments - high-end apartments, a business and financial centre, and three waterfront gardens - planned for the new downtown. The new bridge at Marina Bay is a significant development milestone towards realising Marina Bay’s vision as an always ongoing live, work, and play environment that integrates residential use, business centers and entertainment facilities. The bridge will link up major attractions around the bay including the Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, Marina Bay Integrated Resort, Singapore Flyer and future ones like the, heritage developments at Collyer Quay and Gardens by the Bay. Brief description of Project