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Japanese Covered Bridge

Tran Phu Street | At the West end of Tran Phu St., Hoi An, Vietnam
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“old town” (498 reviews)
“small temple” (87 reviews)
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Tran Phu Street | At the West end of Tran Phu St., Hoi An, Vietnam
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Reviewed today via mobile

Great to take a look at if you're in the area, it was built in 1593 and it still stands in perfect condition so it's very impressive.

Thank Isabel F
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I didn't pay to cross this bridge, I think doesn't worth it! It was crowded and the surroundings full of trash. I don't mind to pay a fee if at least the do a good manteance of the place

Thank Fran_Zunigau
Reviewed yesterday

Its a great piece of history, wich can be flooded in the raining season. Beautiful structure of monkey and dog. It really striked me when i heard we had to pay, if we wanted to cross, because the other side of the bridge is marvelous....More

Thank thoraxz
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What can I say, this bridge is famous around the world when you mention Hoi an, has a completely different atmosphere from day to night so see if you can visit both times, has like a little ancient temple inside it - well worth a...More

Thank tosorogc
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Go at night as they didn't seem to bother with this ridiculous ticketing system, it looks better at night and the bats come out from the eaves

Thank Duncan B
Reviewed 2 days ago

Easy to access, just outside the centre of the old town. Definitely worth a look for a little piece of history

Thank vincour
Reviewed 2 days ago

The whole bridge is only less than 10 meters. Other than the crossing of the bridge inside, there is nothing much to see on the interior.

Thank missykayu
Reviewed 3 days ago

Prior to the trip, I read about this bridge quite a bit everywhere but when I finally saw it, it was literally just a bridge. I saw it both in the day and in the night; Still, it didn't really hype me up at all....More

Thank yummybearbear
Reviewed 4 days ago

The covered bridge was much smaller than we were led o believe and the entire structure can be seen in only 10 or 15 minutes. Again, as with other areas, if it is a busy time, be prepared for the crush of crowds on the...More

Thank Patrick M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Apparently you need a ticket to get in and cover the 5 meter span, all l,could from the outside was a souvenir shop. Save your money, take a few snaps from the outside and move on.

Thank Nobbynonads
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