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Small bridge leading to some shops with throngs of people at night posing for photographs. If your in Hoi An then yes, wander over and have a look but, the Brooklyn Bridge or Da Nangs Dragon Bridge it ain’t.
Nice piece of history, but not really worth one of our five entrance tickets in the Ancient Town. You get the best pictures from the outside anyways, so I’d suggest reading about it rather than waste a ticket going through.
Its great this old city with so many of these old structures are still around. Just make sure you have a ticket ( tourist flyer) to present if you cross it after 9pm I think! ( heading back to our hotel) otherwise just go the...More
Passed the Japanese bridge in our explorations of the old town & tailors.
Would say it was one of our favoured spots as it was calm, relaxed & the shop clerks were not as fussy on the other side of the bridge; which resulted in...More
Dont think you would miss out much, unless you are deep into historical sights. I walked in through a couple of times without a ticket and they dint seem to mind. But tourists who looked confused or new seemed to be pushed for a ticket...More