A collection of bridges from around the world.
Walking along a country road in the hills above Merritt we came upon this old wooden bridge. (Canada)
A bridge anchored by recycled bombs. (Laos)
A railway bridge in Argentina’s high Puna region. An illuminated bridge in Singapore’s harbour. (More about Singapore’s harbour.)
Hanoi’s famous red bridge at night. (Vietnam) (More of Hanoi’s Red Bridge.)
The Roman bridge and cross at Canga de Onis. (Spain) The striking design of the Rotterdam Bridge. (Holland)
U Bein Bridge in Mandalay. (Myanmar) (More of U Bein Bridge.) Shepperd’s Dell Bridge on Hwy 30 in Oregon. (USA) (More of our drive along Oregon’s Hwy 30.)
Hanging bridge in the Costa Rican jungle.
A bridge at Angkor Wat on a misty morning. (Cambodia) (More about Angkor Wat.) More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Bridges.
You have some marvelous bridges. Fantastic gallery.
this is a great collection for a traveler ! 🙂
Fabulous bridges – you really have bridged the world 🙂
Love the bridge in Laos.Would like to know what area, as we may be heading that way in a few months.
The bridge is in Vang Vieng, a town with a lot of ‘disorganized’ outdoor adventure activities in the surrounding mountains. We did a lot of swimming, rafting and bicycling there. It’s a very laid back place. Luang Prabang is also worth spending time in – we know because we hadn’t booked ahead and the travel infrastructure wasn’t so good in 2007, meaning it took 10 days to find a way out of the town that didn’t involve 48 hours sitting on a hard bench on a boat. I definitely want to go back; looking forward to when you write up your trip! (PS. You might want to fly to Bangkok (cheapest flights) and then go up through Issan (least explored part of Thailand) crossing the Friendship bridge at Nong Kai (another town worth a longer stay).
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I really love the Red Bridge photo and the Costa Rican bridge looks a little sketchy.
I’ve walked over every one of these bridges except the sketchy Costa Rican one…
I think that is probably a good thing.