The network of pedestrian walkways that make up the Telok Blangah Hill Park bridge system in Singapore is awe-inspiring. Situated as high as 120 feet above the forest floor these suspended walkways allow visitors a breathtaking bird's eye view of a stunning park.
The Telok Blangah Hill Park bridge system was designed to be delicate and yet sturdy enough to allow visitors a unique experience without disturbing the park's natural ecosystem. The intricate pathways are almost as stunning as the jungle that surrounds them. This elevated forest walkway is a true marvel of engineering, architecture and eco-appreciation.
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The Pedestrian Walkway in Telok Blangah Hill Park in Singapore
By: Marissa Liu - Published: Nov 13, 2009 • References: archdaily