Go to the overhead bridge that is nearest to 124 Pasir Ris Street 11 at 5.30pm – 7.30pm and listen to the sounds of the vehicles below you as you experience the change from day to night.
Imagine yourself standing on an elevated point overlooking a never-ending highway, witnessing simultaneously the setting of the sun, and the increasing noise from the vehicles zooming through the golden hour. Just as how films depict highways, realistically, it could work and feel the same way; sometimes sobering, sometimes sentimental, and perhaps even therapeutic.
This is the only bridge I know of that is tucked away from the main road and caught in between 2 clusters of HDB blocks. Seemingly private, the bridge tends to only be accessed by the people who move around the blocks between Pasir Ris and Tampines. The bridge itself does not have a shelter (yet) and overlooks the Tampines Expressway. It is a common route used by delivery riders, as well as avid cyclists travelling along the Tampines Park Connector.