About this spot
Opened in 1981, the Benjamin Sheares Bridge is the longest bridge in Singapore, spanning 1.8km, and the tallest, at 20m. It is named after Dr Benjamin Henry Sheares, the second president of the Republic. The bridge was once part of the East Coast Parkway, but has since been downgraded to an arterial road, Sheares Avenue. Built over reclaimed land by construction company Sato Kogyo, the bridge is made of pre-stressed concrete and links East Coast Parkway on the east coast to Marina Bay on the west coast.
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