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San Juanico Bridge

Tacloban, Tacloban, Leyte Province, Philippines
09028464356
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Amazing bridge

One cannot help but be amazed with the beauty of this bridge, connecting the provinces of Leyte and... read more

Reviewed September 21, 2016
Teyramisu
Great view but no walking and no pics allowed

We went here as part of our tour. When the guide led us to walk, instantly, a police mobile was... read more

Reviewed September 20, 2016
empress3663
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The San Juanico Bridge, is an arch-shaped truss bridge in the Philippines stretching from Samar to Leyte crossing the San Juanico Strait. It is part of the Pan-Philippine Highway. It is the longest bridge in the Philippines spanning a body of water with a length of 2.16 kilometers.
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Tacloban, Tacloban, Leyte Province, Philippines
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Reviewed September 21, 2016

One cannot help but be amazed with the beauty of this bridge, connecting the provinces of Leyte and Samar. The structure is well-built and the surrounding area is very scenic. We can't help but do a jumpshot!

Thank Teyramisu
Reviewed September 20, 2016 via mobile

We went here as part of our tour. When the guide led us to walk, instantly, a police mobile was behind us saying photos are not allowed to be taken nor are we allowed to walk on the sidewalk because of some bomb threats. We...More

Thank empress3663
Reviewed September 18, 2016 via mobile

The major passage between Tacloban and Sama across the shipping channel. Provides unique views of the waterways and countryside. Good opportunities for photographers.

Thank John M
Reviewed September 15, 2016

The longest bridge in the Philippines, it connects the Visayan islands of Leyte and Samar. It has made travel between these island-provinces much easier and has most likely improved commerce between them.

Thank Renato Julian D
Reviewed September 14, 2016

While visiting Tacloban City, Philippines, we did go to the San Juanico Bridge which is unbelievable in length but mesmerizes with the surrounding scenic scape and views. If you're not a fan of bridges, this one might be a problem, but otherwise, it is breathtaking....More

Thank Sudsguzzler_12
Reviewed September 14, 2016 via mobile

San Juanico Bridge is an impressive structure that remains resilient like the Warays (people of Region 8) after the devastation brought by typhoons, most recent of which was Haiyan. Seeing San Juanico Bridge again after 20 years brought back memories of stories told by locals...More

Thank MCSRPH
Reviewed September 8, 2016 via mobile

This grand structure links the islands of Leyte and Samar. A vital part of trade and commerce here in the Philippines. Spanning about 2.16 kilometers. An excellent focal point of Tacloban.

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Reviewed September 7, 2016

I had a change to have a prenup shoot with my client in this bridge. It is well made and it is long enough for other vehicles to pass even we are parked on the side of the bridge.

Thank josephrequermephoto
Reviewed September 3, 2016 via mobile

I went here 2 weeks ago, and this is really one of my major itinerary in visiting Tacloban. I crossed this by just walking and its already dark because it was past 6pm already. But to tell you, it was an amazing experience! One of...More

Thank Jeff J
Reviewed August 28, 2016

Nice to check this bridge out during early hours so there won't be a lot of people. You can already see the wear and tear quite evident in some parts of it, especially those submerged in water. Rumor has it that street kids were buried...More

1  Thank Gett B
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Nancy N
and how to get back from San Juanico?
May 2, 2017|
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Response from Mario P | Reviewed this property |
We caught a jeepney back into Tacloban.
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Hazel Joy T
How do I get there using public transportation from Tacloban City?
November 8, 2016|
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Response from Richard J | Reviewed this property |
You can get a jeepney from Tacloban public market. Look for a jeepney saying Sanjuanico bridge. the fare would be Php 20.
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