Hi all and happy Friday out there! Today’s bridge comes to you from destination Vietnam, and the wonderful town of Hoi An on the coast. Despite it being in Vietnam, the bridge is known as the ‘Japanese Bridge’. It’s a beautiful little bridge, quite famous, with wood carvings and is one of the main tourist stops in Hoi An (which is actually a very touristy town). Originally built in the 18th century.
Thanks for popping by! May the Journey Never End!
2 thoughts on “Bridge of the Day – Japanese Covered Bridge, Hoi An, Vietnam”
Love bridges, like really love them. Am always drawn to them when I’m out and about. Great idea to showcase some of the more picturesque and / or unusual.
yeah they are definitely something that catches the eye when travelling! Thanks for visiting