is the first ecological bridge in Asia, intended to help in the wildlife conservation effort. The bridge is in the shape of an hourglass, covered with autochthonous vegetation (trees and bushes), 62 meters long, 50 meters wide at its narrowest point. It connects the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve with the Catchmentra Reserve, created via the Bukit Timah Highway. The construction cost a little more than 10 million US dollars. It started in 2011 and lasted for two years.


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