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Japanese-Covered Bridge

West end of Tran Phu, Hoi An, Vietnam |

Hoi An’s most celebrated icon is the Japanese Covered bridge which lies on the west end of Tran Phu. Its pinkish hue, ornate roofing and arched frame have been restored to original design. Built in the 1590s by the Japanese, the bridge hosts a temple and is guarded by monkey and dog statues.

Local Insight:

On weekends the bridge is lit up at night. Capture a photo of the bridge with its reflection on the water from the other side of the river (An Hoi peninsula).

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Hoi An
Distance to City Center: 979 m
Distance to Airport: 20 km
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