1) The Helix Bridge, Singapore
The Helix bridge in Singapore is the world’s first curved “Double Helix” pedestrian bridge. This bridge is built just like a DNA structure.The bridge has some viewing platforms which is the best spot to view city’s skyline. Visitors can enjoy events happening within the Bay from the bridge itself. It gives you the
panoramic view of the Singapore city. It won the ‘World’s Best Transport Building’ award at the World Architecture Festival. Awards. Crossing this bridge is surely to have unique pleasant experience.
2) Dragon King Kong Bridge, China
Dragon King Kong bridge is a pedestrian bridge of a total length of 185 meter and 22 meters height located in Changsha Meixi Lake District, China. The whole concept of construction is based on the principal of the Möbius ring. The bridge connects a mixture of beat on different heights. It gives the beautiful view of Dragon King Harbor River & also Meixi Lake.
3) Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia
This bridge is constructed 2300 ft above sea level, It is about 125 mt long curved walkway which gives you the best view ever. It is the longest free span curved bridge. It is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the country.
4) The Eshima Ohashi Bridge, Japan
This 44 meters high bridge is something you might want in games & not reality. But this roller coaster bridge is a daily route for japan. The Eshima Ohasi bridge connects the cities Matsue & Sakaiminato. You should definitely check your brakes before entering this bridge. Good luck drivers!
5) Rolling Bridge, London
The Rolling Bridge is a type of movable bridge which curls.
The bridge consists of eight triangular sections which form a octagon when curled & it opens up forming a bridge. To allow
the passage of boats, the bridge curls up and it is again unrolled to get you across the Grand Union Canal
6) Henderson Waves – Singapore comes here to get legally high.
The highest you can get on a bridge in Singapore is here, at Henderson Waves bridge, 36 metres above ground. Which makes sense – it looks like stoners built it. For some odd reason, the one thing Singaporeans love to do here is take jumping selfies.