Always blogging, even busily watching the exciting Beijing Olympic Games! Well well, the photo below was taken from Mount Faber (花柏山). MOUNT Faber? It may sound like a “mountain” but it is just a small hill standing at a height of 105 metres. The highest hill in Singapore is Bukit Timah Hill with a height of 164 metres only.
At Mount Faber, which is part of the 9-km long Southern Ridges, you will enjoy the panoramic views of the central business district area, cable cars that connect to the touristy Sentosa island and other areas in the South. The photo below depicts the typical skyline of Singapore, with tall commercial buildings located in the business district area that loom over the colourful residential buildings.
Do you still remember my “Bridge Jump” pic taken from the Henderson Waves on my first post about Singapore? Here is the continuation of that post now. At a height of 36 metres, Henderson Waves bridge is the tallest pedestrian bridge in Singapore that stretches 300 metres across a chain of greenery.
This undulated bridge has a unique design with wave-like structures that also provide shelters to […]