Double Helix Bridge

The Double Helix Bridge (Chinese: 双螺旋桥) is a bridge under construction in Singapore. Linking Marina Centre with Marina South in the Marina Bay area, it is located beside the Benjamin Sheares Bridge. The bridge will complement other major development projects planned in the area, including the highly-anticipated Integrated Resort at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Flyer, Gardens by the Bay and the 438,000 m² business and financial centre when it is expected to be completed in 2010.

The design consortium is an international team with Australian architects the Cox Group and engineers Arup, combining with Singapore based Architects 61. The bridge is expected to be a focal point for the community, linking cultural, recreational and entertainment facilities in the area and complementing the walking look around Marina Bay. On the walls of the bridge, paintings and drawings of young children will be put up for tourists and Singaporeans alike to enjoy.

To that end, canopies (made of fritted-glass and perforated steel mesh) will be incorporated along parts of the inner spiral to provide shade for pedestrians. The bridge will also include five viewing platforms at strategic locations that allow views out to the city skyline and the events taking place within Marina Bay.

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The Ritz-Carlton
16 February 2016
Take your valentine on a romantic night stroll around the Marina Bay area which takes you past the Helix Bridge, the ArtScience Museum, and the Promontory@Marina Bay.
Deal Shahirah
19 June 2014
Love photography or simply just enjoying good view? Drop by here. A bridge linked from Marina Square(Floating Stadium) to Marina Bay Sands(MBS). One of our attractions.
Elise ❥
17 December 2015
Very beautiful bridge just outside Marina Bay Sands. DO takes stroll at night when it's lighted up and at 8pm you can see the free laser light show from Marina Bay Sands Hotel.
Cheen The Curious
26 February 2019
Did u notice the pairs of coloured letters 'c', 'g', 'a' & 't' which are lit up at night in red & green? They represent cytosine, guanine, adenine & thymine, the 4 bases of DNA. Source: Wikipedia
Ashley Dando
24 February 2018
A good view of downtown Singapore from here. It’s partially covered so you still get wet when it rains. I have no idea why the whole thing isn’t sheltered!?!?
hussein s
27 May 2015
Pont avec une vue extraordinaire sur l'eau. Piste cyclable, aire de jogging et de marche. Vue sur le terrain de football en plein dans l'eau. Le tour vaut la peine
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