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Joel K wrote a review Mar. 2020
Vancouver, Canada2,862 contributions565 helpful votes
This gateway bridge into the Halong Bay area. You have incredible views of the Karst limestone jutting out of the Bay. The bridge is one of five of its kind a single strand prestressed cable stayed cable bridges.
Date of experience: November 2019
422iana wrote a review Dec. 2019
Dunedin, New Zealand3,051 contributions168 helpful votes
Dominates the landscape and gives to a great view over Halong Bay, but not sure I liked it that much.
Date of experience: December 2019
Chris wrote a review Jul. 2019
St Albans, United Kingdom4,407 contributions899 helpful votes
Huge bridge into Halong Bay with amazing views of the limestone karsts in the distance. I was reading that the bridge is one of 5 in the world of its kind. Very impressive and the views were just breathtaking.
Date of experience: July 2019
Dương Tuấn Khanh wrote a review Apr. 2019
Tuan Chau Island, Vietnam34 contributions12 helpful votes
Technically, this is one of the world's 5 largest single-strand prestressed cable-stayed cable bridges (compared to the US Sunshinne Skyway bridge, the Bai Chay bridge length is not equal, but the main span is 435m long). , exceeding 35m is of course longer than the main Sunshinne Skyway bridge of the US). The bridge is 2,487m long, in which the main bridge length (excluding the path) is 903m, including 6 continuous spans, the main span is 435m long. The height of the boat is 50m, the highest is 137.5m above the sea level. The bridge surface is 25.5m wide, designed for 4 lanes of H30 cars (360 vehicles with a total load of 10.800T can run through the bridge at the same time, 10m apart); Two 2.5m pedestrian lanes accommodate 30,100 people. Two body towers 90m high / tower. Bridge withstands adverse weather conditions: earthquake (level-7), stormy wind (wind speed 50m / s-180km / h), changes in temperature with amplitude of 15 degrees change. Units involved in world famous design, including JBSI (Japan Institute of Bridge and Structural Engineering), PCI (Pacific International Consulting Company, TEDI (Transport Design Consultancy Corporation) ) and design consultancy firm Hyder. Bai Chay Bridge is the last bridge on NH18 (also called Highway 18A), which is the route passing through 3 provinces of Bac Ninh, Hai Duong and Quang Ninh. The length of the entire route is nearly 300 km. The first point is at the intersection with NH1 in Bac Ninh city, the end point is Mong Cai border gate - Quang Ninh province.…
Date of experience: April 2019
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