Yellow Bridge

Yellow Bridge, Nusa Lembongan: Address, Yellow Bridge Reviews: 4/5

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ChicLifeByte
New Delhi, India6,840 contributions
Jan 2020
Such a lovely place etched in our memory. The famous Yellow Bridge which links Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan is a sight where you would see pedestrians as well as people with scooters so be careful when you stop to click pix.

There was a small eatery nearby and we thought of quenching our thirst. To our surprise we saw Pepsi Blue and immediately ordered one. Haven’t ever seen it in India or any other place I have travelled to. It was really nice. Also tried Fried Chicken which could easily give competition to KFC owing to the crunchiness and flavours.

This was a part of my Nusa Lembongan trip I had booked with Sunrise Fast Cruise Bali.
Written November 13, 2020
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Andrew M
Kilcunda, Australia69 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
We visited the bridge on our buggy tour of the island. The first thing you notice about the bridge is that it is yellow. I believe it's yellowness is the reason for it's name...yellow bridge.
It is also very bridgey in its construction making it very useful in getting from one place to another without getting wet.
So, if you have some issues and someone says "build a bridge and get over it" you just have to go to yellow bridge and get over that.
Enjoy!
Cheers, Zac.
Written January 15, 2020
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Cane
Adelaide, Australia5 contributions
Sep 2019
We arrived by fast boat from Palang Bai on Bali, transferred at a pontoon to a small motorised boat for a short trip, so we could reach Yellow Bridge. It's a narrow pedestrian and scooter only bridge giving access to Nusa Ceningan island. The reason for 4 stars is the fun I had as pillion passenger on the scooter heading to our small hotel at the far end of Nusa Ceningan. I am in my early 70's, and use a cane to help me walk, so it was quite a challenge, getting on and off the scooter with help! The Balinese people are so delightful, kind and helpful, and they are always smiling. They made our holiday, wherever we stayed.
Written January 1, 2020
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Loca_Lisa
Meridian, ID1,728 contributions
Sep 2019
The only way to get to Nusa Ceningan. No cars, motor bike and pedal bike only. Also if you are looking to catch a ferry to Nusa Penida, the boat launch for those ferries are right below the bridge, with motorbike parking available. Be careful driving as pedestrians use this bridge as well.
Written April 3, 2020
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J & L Rogers
13 contributions
Nov 2019
Treat yourself to a walk or scooter ride over this iconic bridge. Respect the local road rules is a must!
The view is simply stunning on the bridge and all around it. Anyone who enjoys water and tropical Islands will love this area.
Written January 7, 2020
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Kev
Cape Town Central, South Africa15 contributions
Aug 2019
A very narrow and overcrowded bridge, not much to look at but people trying to get past and over. The way everyone carried on about this, I was expecting something better. I guess it is what it is... Instagram made this out to be epic. Don't believe everything you see.
Written March 6, 2020
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Paulina Perrucci
Los Gatos, CA1,071 contributions
Jul 2019 • Friends
It's pretty even when he tide is super low. It's fun driving over on a scooter heading towards Nusa Ceningan. There is a lot more to see on that little island and even more to explore on Nusa Lembongan.
Written August 3, 2019
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OVhora
Manchester, UK53 contributions
Sep 2018
Despite the refurbishment following the disaster. It still doesn’t feel like the safest place to drive over on a motorbike. We encountered a hole with the diameter of around 7 inches with no signage to say it was here. Only a marking with yellow spray paint ! Be careful !
Written September 24, 2018
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culturaDJ
Amersfoort, Netherlands144 contributions
Aug 2018 • Family
Seriously, are we going to review a common bridge? No. It is a bridge. Like hundreds of thousands of similar bridges around the world. Bridge. Period.
Written August 19, 2018
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SRKK2013
Guwahati, India436 contributions
Jul 2019
This is a bridge connecting two islands. The boats for the diving goes from this place from just beneath the bridge. The yellow colored bridge has added to the beauty of the place.
Written May 20, 2020
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