When you have a tour in Vietnam, you cannot ignore some Vietnamese beautiful spots of several age-old bridges and must-go places at least once. Tourists always love ancient Hoi An, Hue, bustle and hustle Ho Chi Minh city or romantic Hanoi and its bridges.
- The Chua Cau (Temple Bridge) or Japanese Bridge was built in Hoi An by Japanese traders in the 17th century and is an symbol of Hoi An that appears on the VND20,000 (around one US dollar) note. The bridge spans some 18 meters across a canal that runs to Thu Bon River. The bridge boasts an unique architecture and is considered an invaluable asset and the symbol of Hoi An’s residents. Over 400 years, this ancient bridge is famous with the spirituality hence be fallen in love by many local people and tourists.
-Thanh Toan Bridge, which is 17 meters long and four meters wide, is located in Thuy Thanh commune, Huong Thuy Town, some eight kilometers fro Hue. What makes the Thanh Toan Bridge outstanding is its distinct Chinese and Japanese features and its beautiful location in the peaceful village. The Thanh Toan Bridge with its tile-roof has entered into the moods and aspirations of many generations as well as inspired the poetic souls of the local people and travelers. Don’t miss a chance to travel there.
- Nhat Tien Bridge, one of the two beautiful bridges that link Thay Pagoda in Hanoi. The bridges were built in 1602 by Phung Khac Khoan in the later years of his rule as a mandarin for the Le Dynasty. On your travel trip,pass by Nhat Tien Bridge to experience the beautiful scene. The Nhat Tien Bridge will lead you to the smallbeautiful island amid the lake, on the islet is the Tam Phu Temple.