It’s an interesting structure made of wood. If you get there early enough you may get a shot without the crowds.
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Not worth buying a ticket to walk over this bridge. The Lonely Planet says you can cross for free if you say you are not visiting the small temple on the bridge but no way would they let us over. Good for pictures and there...More
Featured on one of the Vietnamese bank notes, it’s an iconic landmark. Inside it’s guarded by dogs in hats, a small temple in the centre, it’s just lovely. Beautifully lit by night. Just at the end of Old town by the bridge to lantern/night market
It is worth seeing if you are in the area during the night. It is all lit up at night and very striking. But not worth driving 50km out of your way. Really part of the overall experience.
One of the top attractions of Hoi An...so always a lot of people . Very nice in the evening ...and don't forget to pay your entrance to the Old Centre !
When visiting Hoi An, you can't miss the Japanese Covered Bridge. Beautiful architecture. Interesting to learn about its history,
We were staying in the old town and bought the $4 ticket to enter a few historical sites and this was one of them. They didn’t actually take our ticket but if they had I would probably have felt that it was one of those...More
If you walk around in the centre of the city for long, you won't miss running into the Japanese Covered Bridge. It is quite an interesting site and connects the two sides of the river with streams of tourists pouring through it every day. The...More