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TOP FIVE BRIDGES IN DA NANG

1. The Dragon Bridge – the longest steel bridge in Vietnam

Opened in 2013, the Dragon Bridge (it’s called Cầu Rồng in Vietnamese) is an award-winning, U.S.-designed marvel of engineering that has become a favorite of residents and visitors, and an icon of the prosperous future.

2. Han River Bridge is the first swing bridge in Viet Nam

2. Han River Bridge is the first swing bridge in Viet Nam
It seems that Han River can’t show its stunning beauty perfectly without Han River Bridge (Cầu Sông Hàn). The Han River Bridge is the symbol for new vitality and the developing desire of the city built with the entire citizens’ contribution.

3. Thuan Phuoc Bridge, the longest cable-stayed bridge in Vietnam

Thuan Phuoc Bridge (Cầu Thuận Phước) is a suspension bridge that crosses the lower Han River at Da Nang, Vietnam. The four-lane, three-span, bridge is 1,850 meters long and 18 meters wide, and has a main span of 405 meters. Its two major pillars are 80m in height. It is the longest suspension bridge not only in Viet Nam but also in ASEAN Region with total investment of nearly 1 trillion dong. With the idea of the winds heading to the oceans, Philips Company used the Led system with the latest technology to emphasize the beauty of Thuan Phuoc Bridge

4. Tran Thi Ly Bridge – a striking landmark.

This concrete cable stayed bridge is a new landmark of Da Nang city.  The length of the main opening of the bridge is 230 meters; its total length is 731 meters. Its inclined pylons are 145 meters high. Its backward stay cables create a twisted fan.

5. Nguyen Van Troi Bridge – Cinderella in the heart of the city

The bridge has accidentally become a witness of the city overtime. Nguyen Van Troi Bridge, which was used to be the highest point in the river, has become a small bridge in the middle of more modern bridges and high-rise buildings nowadays.

Its shell-shaped domes are designed with glass and plastic panels to protect pedestrians from both sun and rain.  In addition, under the cover, there will also be benches where people can sit to relax or sightsee.