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How to go to The Pinnacle Skybridge Singapore: A Quick Guide

The Pinnacle Skybridge in Singapore is a unique attraction that offers visitors a chance to experience breathtaking panoramic city views.

Located at the Pinnacle@Duxton, a 50-story public housing development, the sky bridge provides an innovative and accessible way to take in the spectacular sights.

The Pinnacle Skybridge

To go to the Pinnacle Skybridge, travelers must first go to the Pinnacle @ Duxton.

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Location and Transportation

How to Get to the Location

The Pinnacle Sky Garden Skybridge is in Singapore, specifically at Pinnacle @ Duxton near Cantonment Road.

Outram Park MRT

To start your journey, hop on the MRT and use the North-East Line (purple). Alight at the Outram Park station and exit via Exit A.

Another alternative is taking a bus or taxi directly to Cantonment Road.

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Once you arrive at Pinnacle@Duxton you can follow the direction and walk directly to block 1G. Just go inside, and you will find a signboard on how to get to the ticket office.

Block 1G to get to The Pinnacle Skybridge

Entry Process

Opening Hours

The Pinnacle Skybridge Singapore is open daily for visitors. However, it’s important to note that the operating hours are from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM.

Ticket Purchase

To visit the Pinnacle Sky Garden Skybridge, you must purchase a ticket. The admission fee is $6 per person.

You can buy the tickets using an EZ-Link Card at the closest MRT station Ticket Office or convenience store chains like 711 or Cheers. They do not accept cash or credit card payments for tickets at the ticketing office.

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Worst case scenario: If you don’t have Ez-Link, sometimes, they can help you accept cash. They will let you go up, but you need to call them once you reach the 50th floor, and they will open the entrance gate to the Pinnacle Skybridge for you.

Unfortunately, when we arrived there around 3 p.m., the ticket office was closed; the officer was out for lunch and was back at 3:45 p.m.

So, if you plan to come, please avoid their lunch hour from 2:45 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.

Quota and Entry & Exit System

Due to the limited capacity, a quota system is in place to control the number of visitors allowed on the Pinnacle Skybridge at any given time.

To mitigate any inconveniences, it has been determined that a maximum of 150 public members shall be granted access to the 50th-storey skybridge daily.

Furthermore, it has been decided that only 50 public members shall be permitted on the Pinnacle skybridge at any time. It is important to note that this quota is subject to periodic review.

Upon reaching the daily quota of 150 visitors to the Pinnacle skybridge, that is to say, once 150 members of the public have accessed the skybridge, further public access shall not be permitted for the remainder of the day.

This ensures that the environment remains uncrowded and comfortable for all guests.

Each ticket will grant you access to the turnstile entry system, which will keep track of the visitor count and regulate the flow.

Lift to 50th Floor The Pinnacle Skygarden Skybridge
Lift to 50th Floor The PInnacle Skybridge

Once you’ve purchased your ticket and passed through the turnstile, head towards elevator A or B and onto the 50th floor to enjoy the stunning views of Singapore from the Pinnacle Sky Garden Skybridge.

Before that, you need to go through the turnstile entrance by tapping your EZ-link card set up by the ticket officer.

Pinnacle Sky Graden Turnstile entrance

For the exit, you must exit from the same block you entered: Block 1G. It is far if you manage to walk to Block 1A, but it is what it is. Just embrace it and enjoy the view. 😁

Tap back your EZ-Link card to exit, and you are good to go.

Exit Turnstile of Pinnacle SKygarden

Overview of The Pinnacle Skybridge

Sky Gardens

The Pinnacle Skybridge features a series of Sky Gardens

The Pinnacle Skybridge features a series of Sky Gardens stretching across 500 meters, making it one of the most extended sky gardens in the world.

These lush green spaces offer a serene and relaxing atmosphere for visitors and residents alike, making it an ideal spot to escape from the bustling city below.


Visitors can access various amenities on the Pinnacle Skybridge, such as seating areas and viewing platforms, which provide stunning views of Singapore’s skyline.

The Fiesta section is an open area offering a gathering space, while the Hillock section features a slightly different theme with more greenery and unique architectural elements.

Rules and Restrictions

When you are here, please (seriously) follow the rules. Don’t become a rebel who will impact other travelers in the future with your ignorance.

The main rules when you are in sky garden are:

  • No smoking
  • No eating and drinking
  • No PETS

Pinnacle@Duxton Skybridge: Area By Area

We started our journey from Block 1G (near the end). You must understand that between every block, there is a dedicated small green area with various themes (highlighted in red stripes).

It excites us and helps the residents notice whether they are in the correct block.

Block 1G

It gives us the harbor view on the deck area (the end of the garden). And Fiesta, the small green area between block 1G and Block 1F, provides 2 types of view: harbor view and city view.

City View from the Fiesta at the PInnacle Skybridge

Block 1F

Moving to block 1F, we find the Hillock between 1F and 1E. It combines a seating area with playing steps for kids while providing an open space with wooden floor decking and unobstructed two side views.

Block 1F, Pinnacle Skygarden
Block 1F, Pinnacle Skygarden, Hillock
Block 1F, Pinnacle Skygarden, City View

Block 1E

In between 1E and 1D, the Lounge is the pocket green area representing the cluster of meeting spots between the residents.

Plenty of benches are here; you can imagine if the residents finished their jog, met up, and chilled in this area.

Block 1E, Pinnacle@Duxton
Lounge at Pinnacle SKy Garden
Benches at Lounge of The PInnacle Skybridge
Benches for residential seating purposes

Block 1D

At Block 1D, you can see a slice of everything about Singapore: city view, West Coast view, and Mount Faber from a distance.

Between Block 1D and Block 1C, we have the famous small area called The Beach. It was designed with a sun and beach vibe: beach chair, blue painted rubber floor, sea view.

Don’t believe us? Check it by yourself.

BEach at Pinnacle SKy Garden
Beach Chair at the Pinnacle Sky Bridge

Block 1C

Between Block 1C and Block 1B, meet Rocky – a whimsical wonderland of boulder-shaped blocks that will delight both young and old alike.

But Rocky is more than just a playground – it’s a true feat of engineering and design. Each block is carefully crafted to provide a unique climbing experience, with no two blocks alike.

And with stunning views of the cityscape from every angle, it’s the perfect place to take in the beauty of Singapore from above.

Rocky at Pinnacle@Duxton
Rocky at Blok 1C, Pinnacle Skybridge
Chinatown view from Block 1C, Pinnacle Sky Garden

Kids will love scaling the blocks and exploring the playground from every angle, while parents can relax and enjoy the breathtaking views. It’s the perfect spot for a family outing or a fun day with friends.

Block 1B & 1A

We reached the other end of this Sky Garden.

Between Block 1B and Block 1A, we found the final themed area at Pinnacle Sky Garden is aptly named Cottage, and it’s a charming little nook perfect for intimate conversations and quiet reflection.

Block 1B Pinnacle@Duxton Rooftop Garden
Overview the People's Park Complex

Tucked away in a sheltered corner of the garden, Cottage features cozy seating arrangements that invite visitors to sit and chat with friends or enjoy a moment of solitude.

It’s a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city and the perfect place to unwind after a long day of exploring.


Day Time View

The Pinnacle Sky Garden Skybridge is on the 50th floor, offering a fantastic daytime view of Singapore’s skyline.

Visitors can take in the stunning panorama of the city’s business district, marveling at the impressive architectural designs defining the area. From Block 1G with its own Harbour view to 1A with its Mount Faber View.

Sentosa View from Pinnacle Skybridge

The lush Sky Garden enhances the experience, adding an element of serenity amidst the bustling city life.

Sunset View

The Pinnacle Skybridge offers a breathtaking sunset view as the day transitions to evening. The golden twilight hues warmly glow the cityscape, creating a serene and romantic atmosphere.

We recommend Block 1A for the best sunset spot overlooking Sentosa Island and Mount Faber.

This is an excellent time for visitors to capture memorable photographs or soak in the calming ambiance.

The Sky Garden’s 50th-floor location heightens the experience, as visitors can watch the sun slowly sinking below the horizon.

Special Occasions and Events

When visiting the Pinnacle @ Duxton Skybridge in Singapore, timing your trip around special occasions and events can elevate your experience.

One particular event that stands out is Singapore’s National Day when the city celebrates its independence with dazzling fireworks displays and various festivities.

The Pinnacle @ Duxton Skybridge offers an unparalleled vantage point to witness these impressive fireworks displays that light up Singapore’s skyline. Its 50th-storey location and panoramic views make it an ideal spot for locals and tourists alike to admire the colorful spectacle during National Day.

Since the fireworks display is quite popular, the number of visitors tends to peak on this special occasion. However, it’s worth noting that the sky bridge has a visitor limit of 200 people per day to minimize any impact on residents’ lives.

Therefore, it’s advised to plan your visit early and purchase your S$5 ticket in advance, as this is the time when the visitor quota is likely to be reached.

Besides National Day, the Pinnacle Skybridge is a prime location to enjoy other special events that might occur throughout the year.

The Pinnacle Skybridge’s operating hours are from 9 am to 9 pm daily, allowing visitors ample time to appreciate these happenings fully. Keep an eye on their official website for updates and news on upcoming events.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the best way to travel to Pinnacle Sky Garden?

The Pinnacle Sky Garden is easily accessible via public transportation.

Tanjong Pagar (EW15) and Outram Park (EW16 / NE3) are the nearest MRT stations. It is a short walk from either station to the Pinnacle @ Duxton. Alternatively, you can take bus services that stop near Cantonment Road or Neil Road.

Are there any parking options near the Pinnacle Skybridge?

Yes, there are parking options available near Pinnacle @ Duxton. You can park your vehicle at the nearby multi-storey car parks or private parking lots in the vicinity. However, parking charges may apply.

What’s the exact location of Pinnacle @ Duxton?

Pinnacle @ Duxton is located at 1 Cantonment Road, Singapore 080001.

Who designed the Pinnacle @ Duxton architecture?

Pinnacle @ Duxton was designed by the world-renowned architecture firm ARC Studio, known for its innovative and sustainable designs.

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