Anderson Bridge in Singapore comes from the beginning of the 20th century. It is the bridge connecting northern and southern banks of the Singapore river. In 1990, when the intensity of traffic increased significantly, it was decided to rebuild the bridge. It was all meant to ensure a faster access to the Way Shenton financial district. The construction started in 1994 and lasted three years. Today the bridge is full with traffic, however, everything goes quite smoothly. Near the Anderson Bridge there are numerous exclusive hotels and accommodation centers, which are often used by the visitors to Singapore.