This bridge crosses the Nam Khan River that a few hundred metres farther downstream flows into the Mekong. It is amazing that such a bridge can be constructed by bamboo. However, it doesn't last forever and apparently needs to be rebuilt once a year after the rainy season when floods washed it away. On the East side of this bridge is a restaurant called Dyen Sabai where we had a cold beer and relaxed on flat cushions watching the river. This bridge is definitely worth seeing.
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