A delightful bridge, but at the end of the day that is all it is, a bridge. Gets very busy during peak travel times, and police use loud hailers to encourage people not to stop, which is silly as everyone wants a picture on or from the bridge
Our group had the opportunity to see this bridge during our boat ride up the canal when we visited the Ancient Town. I was lucky enough to snap a picture of this bridge where all 5 arches were reflected in the water to make 5 circles as we neared the bridge. The bridge was busy…
“Fang Sheng Bridge”, an almost-perfect circle of reflection in the water from the bridge arches. A single arched bridge with a perfect reflection like this is known as a” Moon Bridge”, very popular in traditional Chinese formal gardens
This is the most well-known bridge in the ancient city. I was fortunate to be there when there was hardly anyone around. Great area to take pictures of the town.
It's a nice spot. But try to visit it early in the morning or under the week. Normaly it's crowded on the bridge - hundrets of chinese are visiting this village, particular at the weekend.