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As it's the compulsory stop for the train ride, lots of tourists crowded the narrow village road. The bridge itself is beautiful and how locals rest nearby is interesting to see, But too many tourists.
If your driver doesn't know how to find it, the bridge is located 23°36'30.5"N 102°47'34.3"E on google map. Since Google map is not accurate in China, the bridge is not above the water but don't worry, it's there and there's water underneath.
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We visited this place in the hot afternoon when we were already exhausted with long travel. The place was beautiful but, we could not enjoy the beauty well. Also, photo shoot for some ad agency was going on that time which made the place little...More
The train ride is more exciting than the actual bridge, which is also lovely, but there is not much to see. The bridge is rich in history and is also known as the 17 arches bridge I believe. Overall not bad but the train ride...More
The bridge was initially built in the 1700s during the reign of the Qing Dynasty and was added on to in the 1800s becoming a 17 arch bridge. No motorized traffic is allowed now. It is considered one of the 10 most beautiful bridges in...More