Cute bridge, but nothing really special. Although I don't know the history behind the bridge, it feels like a themapark..
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From far, it's an old bridge, built in the 1590s by the Japanese. But this little bridge is highly emblematic of Hoi An. Most tourists would take a picture with this bridge if visiting Hoi An, and indeed, we saw a lot of people around...More
The bridge is nicely decorated and quite ancient. It is nice to walk through but no more than 5 minutes are needed to fully experience this site.
Part of the ticket program in Hoi An to save and preserve local ancient and significant buildings. Let's you cross part of the river to enter the ancient town area. Bridge has religious shrine on it along with other ancient relics. Good photo opportunities both...More