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Thanh Toan Bridge

Thanh Toan, Hue, Vietnam
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Thanh Toan, Hue, Vietnam
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The covered bridge nestled into rice paddy fields is worth the short taxi ride from Hue City. We also enjoyed the little agricultural museum nearby and the lively performance of the old lady who cheerfully demonstrated the hard life of rice farmers.

Thank Nora K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The bridge itself dates to 1776, it's very pretty. But walking around the area, you see rural life, and an authentic, active market. Overall, an extremely pleasing way to start the day. The friendliness and helpfulness of the Vietnamese people deserve greater recognition, and many...More

Thank Charon666
Reviewed 8 October 2017

Gorgeous wooden bridge built in 1776. Beautiful ceramic bas reliefs. There is a nearby museum of how rice used to be farmed and processed.

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Reviewed 7 October 2017 via mobile

This bridge has charm and my wife liked its story. We walked through the busy little market next door to it and stopped in at the small museum adjacent to it and saw rice flour being made. This was worth a short visit to get...More

Thank Snitchbolt
Reviewed 30 September 2017 via mobile

Interesting old wooden bridge with more interesting rural folks & landscape. Nice to sit inside and soak in the ambience amidst the paddy fields. The locals come enjoy the shade inside, with some even sleeping on the side benches.

Thank JoshShoeString
Reviewed 21 September 2017

A wonderful old Japanese covered bridge in a very scenic location. I don't understand why so few people visit! The journey is also very scenic, through the rice fields. May not be accessible following heavy rain.

Thank dj1471
Reviewed 16 September 2017

We probably wouldn't have seen this bridge if it weren't for the bus we took between Hoi An and Hue. I'm so glad we did because it is so pretty. I'd even go so far as to say it's prettier than the Japanese Covered bridge...More

Thank Beth J
Reviewed 3 September 2017

This place is not on the Tourist Map, and I am happy about that, many people do go, who know about it I love the calmness of the Place it is real Vietnam, I enjoy going for a couple of hours sitting on the bridge...More

Thank Tony S
Reviewed 29 August 2017

This Location is not on the Tourist map, it is 20 minutes from Hue City, it's a small Village, I work in Hue and I like to just go here walk around not many tourists enjoy a coconut juice see the locals going about their...More

Thank Ana Mandara H
Reviewed 28 August 2017

The Hue Imperial city was a great way to spend an afternoon. It as well set up for tourists and one can easily spend 2 or 3 hours walking around the grounds.

Thank ericstanding
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