First Bridge Constructed Over Singapore River (3/9)

Elgin Bridge was the first bridge to be constructed across the Singapore River. It was initially built with iron in 1862 to replace the older wooden Thomson’s Bridge. Subsequently, the bridge was replaced with concrete and opened in 1929. The bridge is lit up in rainbow colours at night, making it a beautiful place for photoshoots. During the iLight Festival in 2019, 90 years after its construction, Elgin Bridge turned into an art installation called Run Beyond, which featured LED figures in different running and leaping stages.

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