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Cute little bridge but unless your into your you WW2 history or have a keen interest in cute little bridges I wouldn’t go out of my way just to see it. Good restaurant opposite it with transformer like sculptures outside.
This bridge stands as a reminder of a wooden bridge built during the WWII to connect Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son. The original bridge was built by elephants and local villagers forced by the Japanese Army. If you have a motorbike I would recommend...More
If you drive motorbike, it will worth a stop. Have a look at the history and admire the river view will be nice.
Otherwise you can skip this. Cause this is not a perfect place for pictures or long stay picnic, and will be full...More
The bridge is an important part of pai history. The bridge itself is just an iron bridge. It is the history that makes it special. There is an old motorcycle on the bridge with what you can take a picture. There is a tipbox for...More