Nothing amazing or extraordinary about the bridge but it has a cool history and a very friendly soldier to take pics with for a tip of course.
it is just an antiquated bridge but history behind. Some tourists don't like it that much because of the fact that there's nothing to do than just a camera jobs. There is also a famous man dressed in Jack Sparrow attire working his daily routines as a pro photographer himself. In the meantime, he also sells his masterpiece photos and... 更多
Is on the way to the hot spring, direction Chiang Mai. There's no much to see. Is an old bridge. Read the story about it but don't waste too much time taking photos like Chinese. There's much more to see and do in this beautiful place!
Ok so it was built by the Japs in '42 but similarity to bridge of the river kwai stops there. Very disappointing and glad it was on my route and not a special trip.
It was a nice view from the bridge. I was led to believe it was the original bridge that was built by the Japanese soldiers, however when I got there it ends up being the replacement of the replacement, yes 3 bridges later! It had a few markets at one end of the bridge, and what looked like maybe a... 更多
It is a memorial bridge with some decorations for photographers. You may find good shots around there. It is just an old bridge for some people but it is a must visit attraction. You have to at least stop there for a photo. A lot of souvenir shops but nothing extraordinary. The way to enjoy it is, stop there, grab... 更多
The bridge is not the original bridge related to WWII and it's more of a story for tourists. It's fine for a stop and a photo.