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Jubilee Bridge

Jubilee Bridge

The Jubilee Bridge is one of Singapore’s newest landmarks; one that has become a recent addition to the city-state’s stunning iconic bridges.

It was built as part of a trail specially designed to commemorate the rich history of Singapore, in time for the Golden Jubilee in 2015, as well as the State Funeral Procession for the Founding Father of Singapore, the late Lee Kuan Yew.

Jubilee Bridge, History, Length, Location, Photos & Map, Singapore

It was Lee Kuan Yew who suggested the development of the bridge in 2004 when he visited Marina Bay. He suggested that a bridge would ease pedestrian traffic on Esplanade Bridge. Thanks to its development, pedestrians can now safely and efficiently stroll over the Singapore River.

The 200-meter long bridge has a minimalistic and slender design with a curvilinear walkway inspired by the water spray from the Merlion, while its bridge deck has a varied curved section which accommodates changing needs arising from structural stiffness.

Tourists and locals alike will enjoy a stroll along the Jubilee Bridge. Not only does it provide access between the stunning promenade at the Esplanade and the Merlion Park, but pedestrians can also take in beautiful views of the Helix Bridge and Marina Bay Sands, which is particularly scenic in the evening.

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