Da Nang is a city famous for its special bridges, the highlight of the city’s tourism. Inside, the most prominent are Han River Bridge, Thuan Phuoc Bridge, Nguyen Van Troi Bridge, Dragon Bridge and Tran Thi Ly Bridge. These bridges have created a new face for Da Nang and the pride of Da Nang people.
Hàn River bridge
Han bridge is representative of Da Nang. Talking to Danang, people will think of this bridge immediately. The bridge was inaugurated and operational since 2000. The bridge connects the two banks of the Han River with 11 spans, each span of 33 m. At 12 o’clock, the bridge will automatically move to make the boat easier to cross, and at 3h30, the bridge will return to its original position. Not only facilitate transportation, tourism, arouse economic potential of Da Nang city, Han River bridge is also a cultural mark of Da Nang people in the early 21st century.
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Thuan Phuoc Bridge
The bridge is located in the east of the city, across the Han River, connecting Nguyen Tat Thanh with Man Quang Bridge, between Hai Chau and Son Tra districts. Thuan Phuoc Bridge was built in 2003 and started to operate in July 2009. The bridge is 1,856 m long, 18 m wide and 92 m high. Thuan Phuoc bridge is the longest cable stayed bridge in Vietnam.
Nguyen Van Troi Bridge
Nguyen Van Troi bridge is considered as “cinderella” of Da Nang. With a life of half a century, Nguyen Van Troi Bridge is regarded a souvenir of the city. At now, Nguyen Van Troi Bridge is the bridge with the most strange architecture in Da Nang ever.
Dragon Bridge is the most famous bridge in Danang at now. Inaugurated in 2013, the Dragon Bridge stretches between Nguyen Van Linh Street and Vo Van Kiet Street, with a total length of 666 m, consisting of 5 main spans and 3 spans, 64.15 m long, dragon spans is 72 m long.
Tran Thi Ly Bridge
Tran Thi Ly Bridge is a railway bridge in the past, French colonial period called De Lattre de Tassigny then renamed Trinh Minh The Bridge. About 20 meters from Nguyen Van Troi Bridge. The bridge was renamed Tran Thi Ly Bridge after 1975 and has been upgraded to a road bridge.