The Boomslang – Bridge over the tree canopy

The Boomslang is the basically the name of the bridge made of steel and timber which resembles the snake skeleton. Boomslang means tree snake. This bridge is projected in collaboration between Mark Thomas Architects and Engineers Henry Fagan & Partners consulting engineers. The bridge was built over the tree canopy that winds and dips its way through and over the trees of the Arboretum. It built in 2013-14, and opened to the public on 17 May 2014 covering 36 hectare garden which is a part of a bigger 528 hectare nature reserve. The visitor can experience the amazing feeling like waking in the sky over the beautiful garden which is 12 meters above the ground. See more at twistedsifter.com

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