Baisui Bridge

Baisui Bridge, Lijiang: Tickets, Tours, Hours, Address, Baisui Bridge Reviews: 3/5

Baisui Bridge
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Points of Interest & Landmarks • Bridges
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Tours and Tickets

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Joel K
Vancouver, Canada2,912 contributions
Very crowded .....tourists taking pictures
Oct 2019
The bridge was extremely crowded during the time that we passed through the area and crossed the bridge. I got some nice pics approaching and the bridge from different angles but difficult to get a clean shot of the bridge. We heard from our guide that the bridge was over 500 years old.
Written February 26, 2020
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devis0n
Yeosu, South Korea214 contributions
If bridges are your thing then check it out
Jan 2017 • Couples
Its just a stop on your travels through Ancient town. There are some nice cafe/restaurants along the river offering nice views of the bridge which are much better at night. They tend to be expensive however. Shoot up to the main square and up the hill for cheaper cafes with nice views of the city.
Written February 20, 2017
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Mvorsten
Leiden47 contributions
Just one of many bridges
Sep 2015 • Couples
The Chinese are very creative with names, but if you hear the story, the age of the bridge has nothing to do with it name (it was named 100 year old because a nearby villager reached that age). It's also not particularly nice or special.
Written September 4, 2015
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hkvisitor1997
Hong Kong, China539 contributions
Chinese name " Bridge of Hundred years"
Sep 2011 • Couples
This old bridge is more than hundred years now, in Ming dynasty, it was a wooden bridge, in Ching dynasty, Nang family for two generalations is over 100 years old, the father was 108 and the son was 104, they built the stone bridge to commemorate this occasion, call it the" hundred years bridge" it's location is on Zhong-he ( middle river) south of Square Street, the one after the big stone bridge.
Written September 20, 2011
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