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Thanh Toan Bridge

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Thanh Toan Bridge

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Hue City Small Group Tour (Max 12 Pax)

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Rather than exploring as part of a huge group, receive personalized attention on a small-group tour of Hue, the historical capital of Vietnam. Ideal for first-time visitors and time-pressed travelers, this tour transports you between dispersed landmarks, including the Thien Mu Pagoda and the far-flung Tomb of Khai Dinh, and ensures you benefit from the insider knowledge of your guide.
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JayRae1 wrote a review Dec. 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom1,080 contributions314 helpful votes
The bridge is an ornate Japanese bridge located in the quiet Thuy Thanh village, around 7km east of Hue. We visited this with a tour guide, as part of a group of 12 people touring Vietnam and Cambodia. The bridge leads to the open market on the other side, which is also worth a visit. Another place to visit while you are here is Thanh Toan Museum.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Traveler O wrote a review Jul. 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia629 contributions410 helpful votes
Having seen this bridge before, took a cab to see it again as the drive there (better by motorbike to enjoy the scenery) is nice in that you see the coastal flats, paddies, and the mountains to the west. However, upon arrival the bridge had been completely removed and the remaining bridge supports. Makes one seriously question the authenticity of the bridge. Very little remained and the surrounding businesses were all boarded up. Apparently, the taxi driver knew it was closed and didn't other sharing that until we arrived. Obviously many people have fallen on hard times with the effects of COVID-19 on tourism, but alittle transparency goes a long way. Avoid for now, or be sure to ask locals ahead of time if the bridge is even still there. Waste of time presently. There's nothing old or 18th century-ish about it now.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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fuller100 wrote a review Mar. 2020
Melbourne, Australia75 contributions9 helpful votes
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Lovely Japanese bridge built 1776 with beautiful lanterns in the trees around the bridge. The area around it is now very quiet and not much happening in the market. It could be the corona virus. We cycled from central Hue and the trip was worth it but if you are not fit or are a nervous cyclist rather get a taxi.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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john F wrote a review Mar. 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom269 contributions66 helpful votes
The bridge was built in the 18th century by Ms.Tran Thi Dao the wife of one of emperor's high ranking courtiers and is highly decorated. In 1920, an altar was installed on the bridge to keep a permanent monument in honour of Ms Tran Thi Dao. The area is very serene and it is worth visiting the local market.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jen wrote a review Feb. 2020
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Nice little ornate bridge ideal for photo opportunities....otherside is more art orientated with a temple which is worth a visit.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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