Da Nang is the most worthy city in Vietnam, with beautiful scenery, friendly people, and impressive architectural works. Anyone must always admire Da Nang – where those bridges are unique, even if only through pictures. Connecting the two banks of the Han River are large-scale, brilliant, and shimmering bridges. It is no coincidence that people call Da Nang the city of bridges. Unlike any other city, the bridges crossing the Han River bridge are economical, facilitating goods trade, and a favorite destination of millions of visitors when coming to the city.
Thuan Phuoc Bridge
Known as the longest cable hammock bridge in Vietnam with 1,850m, Thuan Phuoc bridge quickly joins one of the unique bridges in Da Nang. Although not as famous as the Han River or Dragon Bridge, Thuan Phuoc Bridge always has beautiful things, especially at night. Considered as the symbol of the opening of Da Nang Bay, Thuan Phuoc Bridge crosses the strait to form a floating straight line from the end of Nguyen Tat Thanh Street to Son Tra Peninsula.
If Thuan Phuoc bridge during the day stands still in the city’s heart, at night, it seems to put on a new layer, incredibly magical and romantic with shimmering purple color. Standing on the bridge, looking down, you will see a brilliant Da Nang city with lights, the towering buildings on the shore of My Khe, in the distance is the Bach Ma mountain range, which is majestic.
Han River Bridge
The Han River Bridge is a symbol for Da Nang city and a witnessing bridge for the decisive transformation of Da Nang’s economy. Song Han Bridge swings at 0:45 a.m. every day, on Saturday and Sunday at 11:45 a.m., creating conditions for visitors to Danang to admire this masterpiece.
The Han River Bridge is also the first swing bridge in Vietnam and the work that has brought Da Nang – the city of bridges closer to tourists from near and far. The bridge was opened in 2000, with a total length of up to 488m, a width of nearly 13m, connecting two main roads, Le Duan and Pham Van Dong, paving the way for tourists to come to My Khe landscape – in the top 6 sexiest beaches on the planet.
Located across the Han River, connecting Nguyen Van Linh and Vo Van Kiet streets, is one of the symbols of Da Nang – the city of bridges. Dragon Bridge is inspired by the dragon of the Tran Dynasty, hoping to reach out to the sea, the pride of the city people. With a total investment of up to 1,700 billion, the dragon bridge currently stands out with six lanes running with a length of 666m and a width of 37.5m, along with a lighting system with a total of 15,000 highly unique LEDs bulbs.
You can buy a ticket to take a Han River cruise to view the Dragon Bridge and admire the water spraying and fire splitting on weekends.
In particular, visitors feel most impressed about this bridge is the water & fire spaying at 9 pm on weekends. You will admire the image of the dragon spitting fire and water, with two waves of fire spraying nine times and three waves of water pouring one time. All of that will happen in about 15 minutes.
Tran Thi Ly Bridge
Tran Thi Ly Bridge with the image of a sail reaching out to the East Sea represents the will and spirit of the Da Nang people. The bridge becomes unique when using a 3-way cable-stayed system, combined with a 12-degree inclined tower axis, up to 145m high above sea level. With a length of 731m, a width of 34.5m, a system of green landscapes, the bridge has created a relaxing space and is a destination for many tourists.
Thanks to its economic significance and unique design, it is not wrong to say that Da Nang is the city of bridges. Some funny tourists have also called the Four Great Bridges – the four most famous and beautiful bridges, the Han River Swing Bridge, Dragon Bridge, Dragon Bridge, and Thuan Phuoc Bridge. Each bridge creates a complex of unique bridge architecture with its impressive features and beauty, becoming a top destination for tourists.
In addition, to create the title of Da Nang city of bridges, it is impossible not to mention Nguyen Tri Phuong bridge, Tien Son bridge, Red bridge, Cam Le bridge. These bridges cross the Han River to facilitate trade between regional districts. Such as Ngu Hanh Son, Son Tra district with inner-city communities like Hai Chau, Thanh Khe.