Well... i come with my friend from Raffles Place mrt ecit H and walk about 15 minutes to get there. Walk along the river and pass The Fullerton Hotel and take a few step of stairs.
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Built in 1910 as a replacement for vehicle traffic on Cavenagh bridge, solid no nonsense iron girder bridge design, which makes it appear to be far stronger. Connects Collyer Quay and Empress Place at the narrowest point on the Singapore River.
Apart from being quite old and a link from Boat Quay, not that much of an attraction. Include it in your walk around Boat Quay, over Elgin and Cavenagh bridges which have much more significance.
This is another bridge that passes over the Singapore river near the Esplanede Park and near the Fullerton Hotel. Nice architectural design.
This bridge can be a sightseeing attraction depending on your point of view. It has architectural and historic significance to some and not to others. To some, it provides access to the other side of the Singapore River which runs under it and near the...More
A pedestrian bridge with an interesting architecture. Good views of city especially during sunset. A good climb tough.
Anderson bridge is just one of many bridges in Singapore with a unique design. You can see it during the Singapore river cruise when it will be lit up and look far more beautiful...
Anderson Bridge is a well constructed bridge. The bridge is not much of interest for the purpose of visiting their and looking it but it is a place where you can click photos.