The iconic bridges of Vietnam tourism

The Golden Bridge in Da Nang, the Covered Bridge in Hoi An… are symbols of Vietnamese tourism, loved by many domestic and foreign tourists.

Long Bien Bridge is known as the “historical witness” of Hanoi. Thanks to its ancient features and unique design, the bridge is a must-see check-in point for visitors. The bridge was built in 1899 and inaugurated in 1902, more than 2 km long. In addition to the historical factor, a special feature of this bridge is the traffic in the left-hand lane. Foreign tourists especially love this bridge. François Bibonne, a French director, loved the bridge and chose it as the setting for the documentary film “Once upon a bridge in Vietnam”

Located in Sword Lake, the heart of Hanoi, The Huc Bridge is a must-see destination for all domestic and foreign tourists when visiting the capital. The image of the bridge “curved, red like a shrimp” is deeply imprinted in the minds of Hanoians. The name The Huc means “a drop of light that settles” or “condensed aura”. Bridge attached to Ngoc Son Temple – a special national relic of Vietnam

The Golden Bridge was likened to an international tourism phenomenon at the time of its launch, when a series of magazines and influential people in the travel world published and checked-in, introducing this destination. Located at an altitude of 1,414 m above sea level, the impressively designed Golden Bridge evokes the image of the giant hands of the gods pulling a golden thread out from the mountain. Golden Bridge is also in the top of the list of “100 best destinations in the world in 2018” after only two months of its launch. The Guardian newspaper honored the Golden Bridge in the “top 10 bridges with the most unique and beautiful architecture in the world”, while the US’s Huffington Post affirmed it as “the most interesting bridge ever seen”, while the Independent said that the Golden Bridge is “one of the 10 incredible unique bridges in the world”

Dragon Bridge is a must-see for tourists when coming to Da Nang. The bridge has a unique architecture with the shape of a dragon reaching out to the sea, able to spray water and fire, made on weekends to create a highlight to attract tourists. Dragon Bridge has been rated by many traffic and tourism magazines as one of the most unique bridges in the world.

Truong Tien Bridge has a history of more than 100 years and is considered one of the symbols of the ancient capital of Hue. This is one of the first bridges built in Indochina in the late 19th and early 20th centuries according to Western new techniques and materials with steel structure. Experiencing the ups and downs of history, with its charm, Truong Tien Bridge and the poetic Perfume River became endless inspirations for writers and artists: “…The bridge is curved like an ivory comb / The river is long with roofs. loose bow hair..

Covered Bridge in Hoi An - Vietnam Car Rentals
Covered Bridge in Hoi An – Vietnam Car Rentals

The Covered Bridge in Hoi An, Quang Nam appears on the VND 20,000 banknote of Vietnam. This is what makes many international tourists curious and want to check-in with this interesting place. Built in the early 17th century with unique architecture, this is considered the symbol, the soul of the heritage of the ancient town of Hoi An. The bridge was originally built by Japanese merchants around the middle of the 16th century, so it is also called the Japanese bridge. According to legend, the work is a shelter for Cu – a sea monster with a head in India, a body in Vietnam and a tail in Japan; Every time the tick moves, it causes floods and earthquakes in these places

 

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