The 10 Most Beautiful Bridges In The World

Nidhi Kadere

Henderson Waves Bridge, Singapore

At just over 118 feet at its highest point, Henderson Waves bridge is the tallest bridge in Singapore.The Henderson Waves bridge connects Mount Faber Park and Telok Blangah Hill Park, and it was designed by the Singapore-based firm RSP Architects.

Little girl climbing on a bench, Henderson Waves bridge, Singapore | Shutterstock

Nescio Bridge, Netherlands

Amsterdam's Nescio Bridge, completed in 2006, was so striking in its beauty and form that it received three major awards in a span of just two years.

Nescio bridge photographed in evening light | Shutterstock

Manhattan Bridge, USA

Upon its completion in 1912, the Manhattan Bridge replaced the Brooklyn Bridge as the longest bridge in New York City. The Manhattan Bridge spans 6,855 feet across the East River and was designed by Leon Moisseiff.

Manhattan Bridge, New York, USA | Shutterstock

Sheikh Zayed Bridge, UAE

Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Bridge, designed by the late Zaha Hadid, was completed in 2010 at a total cost of USD 300 million.

Sheikh Zayed Bridge, Abu Dhabi, UAE | Shutterstock

Tintagel Bridge, UK

Tintagel Bridge, completed in 2019, reinterprets a historic footbridge that once connected a divided landscape of 2 sides of the medieval Tintagel Castle, but disappeared between the 14th and 17th centuries.

Tintagel Bridge, UK | Shutterstock

Golden Bridge, Vietnam

While it may appear that the Golden Bridge in Da Nang is supported by two giant hands, these are mostly for aesthetic purposes.

Golden Bridge, Vietnam | Shutterstock

The Helix Bridge, Singapore

The Helix Bridge, completed in 2010, winds through the heart of Singapore, connecting Marina Centre with Marina South. It is a standout structure in a city known for its modern architectural gems.

The Helix Bridge, Singapore | Shutterstock

Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge, Brazil

Also known as the JK Bridge, the Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge is located in Brasilia, Brazil. It was designed by architect Alexandre Chan and structural engineer Mário Vila Verde.

Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge, Brazil | Shutterstock

 Charles Bridge, Czech Republic

The Charles Bridge is a historic stone bridge in Prague, Czech Republic that spans the Vltava river. Completed in the early 1400s, the bridge is almost 1,700 feet long and is decorated with dozens of statues on both sides.

Charles Bridge, Czech Republic | Shutterstock

Khaju Bridge, Iran

Isfahan's Khaju Bridge was built in 1650 during the Safavid dynasty in modern-day Iran. It is a popular public meeting spot, admired for its beautiful appearance during both daytime and nighttime.

People at Khaju bridge in Isfahan, Iran | Shutterstock