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Wear good shoes here because if your wearing anything with a slight heel its going to go through the bottom you may even loose your shoes. hah But didnt think a bridge be so ecciting to walk across, this reminds you off those Movies with...More
Scenic View of the river and the Bamboo bridge. The bridge utself is the challenging part of this place. Needed to watch out once you step on the bamboo slats that your foot doesn't get caught in between. Happened to me nit once but twice...More
Not for those suffering from vertigo. The highlight of this attraction is the souvenir shop area on the other side that sells the cheapest kalamay and keychains, etc. Wait til you get to this place before buying the gifts for your family.
Thoroughly enjoyed our visit. Don’t expect a swinging bridge like the huge one in Vancouver, but this one is really cool. As you walk, it creaks and even sounds as though the bamboo is breaking. A good span and it is well organised. Eager vendors...More
This is an unusual feature in that it seems designed to stimulate the "Fear Factor". It is a rickety bridge made of steel cable covered with a weave of split bamboo. It crosses the river at a height of about 10-15 metres. As you step...More
Only a 15 minute moped ride from the Tarsier sanctuary, makes it more feasible. Can park the moped right outside the bridge entrance that overlooks The Luboc River, and can give helmets to reception to look after, but sorry can't remember how much admission fee...More
Sipatan Twin Hanging Bridge is must visit whilst in Bohol. During our visit it was raining(heavy rain) the bamboo was slippery and it was so jumpy. You must cross the bridge to complete your adventure. I dare you to do so.
this is by far the most unnerving river crossing, you literally walk across a bamboo bridge, the bamboo shifting and creaking below you as you cross then, the only way back is to cross its sister bridge which is even more unnerving as the hand...More