Da Nang was known as the city of the most beautiful bridges in Vietnam. The bridges here are quite unique architecture and attract the attention of tourists at home and abroad. See the pictures below about the most beautiful bridges in Da Nang viewed from flycam.
Thuan Phuoc Bridge
Thuan Phuoc Bridge is a suspension bridge that crosses the lower Han River at Da Nang, Vietnam.
Thuan Phuoc Bridge includes four lanes, a main span of 650 meters and two approaches of 600 meters each.
The bridge was constructed with a total invested capitalisation of VND1 trillion and it was inaugurated in 2009. It ensures 27 meters of clearance for vessels on the river below and safety in strong storms and floods.
Opened 2013 in Vietnam’s central coast city of Da Nang, the Dragon Bridge is an award-winning, U.S.- designed marvel of engineering that’s become a favorite of residents and visitors, and an icon of the prosperous future this once sleepy town has its eye set on.
Cau Rong (Dragon) Bridge features 166 metres of undulating steel in the shape of a giant fire-breathing dragon flying towards the East Sea.
Each weekend, after sunset, residents and visitors are treated to a pyrotechnic show that adds flair to what could have easily been a routine civil engineering project.
Dragon a symbol of Asian prosperity, the dragon is an ideal image for a city on the rise and has been taken to heart by the people who live here.
With unique aesthetic and creative characteristics, the bridge won the Diamond Award in the 2014 Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) in the structural systems category. After opening to traffic in March 2013, the Dragon Bridge has become one of Danang’s symbols and key tourist attractions.
Han River Bridge
The Song Han (Han River) Bridge was built in 2000 and holds a special place in the pride of the city. It is the first swing bridge to be built in Vietnam.
Han River Bridge is the first bridge that Vietnamese architects and workers designed. It was built by the people of Danang and holds a special place in their pride for their city.
At 0:30 every midnight, traffic is stopped from crossing the Song Han Bridge, the middle part of the bridge turns 90 degrees around its axis to allow large boats to pass, and at 3:30 am, it returns to its position. Walking along the riverside and waiting for the moment when the bridge spins interests many local people and visitors as well, bringing emotion to people.
The Han River Bridge is the symbol of new vitality and the developing desire of the city was built with the contribution of the entire city’s people. It does not also facilitate transport and potential for tourism but also a cultural spot of Danang people today left behind for the future generations.
Tran Thi Ly Bridge
Tran Thi Ly Bridge about 1 km south from the Dragon Bridge was opened to traffic on March 29, 2013. With its suspension cables, the bridge forms an upside-down capital “Y” and is intended to look like sails facing towards the East Sea. The bridge has emerged as a must-see feature of Da Nang and an ideal place for visitors who like taking souvenir photos during their stay in the city.
It is believed that the bridge, with the image of sails filled with wind, not only shows charming and gentle characteristics, but also symbolises the city’s aspirations for further development in the future.
Tien Son Bridge
Tien Son Bridge was inaugurated in 2004, with a budget of VND150.3 billion from Japanese ODA loans. The bridge is 529 meters long, 25 meters, connecting Ngu Hanh Son District and Hai Chau District.
Tien Son Bridge is where tourists can take a view of the magnificent Ngu Hanh Son Bridge. This is the last bridge crossing the river on Economic Corridor East – West road before it reaches the sea through Asia East through deep water at Tien Sa port.