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Japanese Covered Bridge

Tran Phu Street | At the West end of Tran Phu St., Hoi An, Vietnam
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A local favorite, construction on this covered bridge began in the Year of the Monkey (1593) and was finished in the Year of the Dog (1595), hence the monkey and dog sculptures at either end.
  • Excellent25%
  • Very good39%
  • Average29%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible2%
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“old town” (507 reviews)
“small temple” (91 reviews)
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Tran Phu Street | At the West end of Tran Phu St., Hoi An, Vietnam
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Reviewed yesterday

Went after visiting the local market. One can cross it but there could be local tourist police asking for a fee. As so many reviewers mention to get into Ancient Town area there is a fee.

Thank c1defence
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Dare I say it, it is just a bridge. Nicely carved and interesting statues either end and a good view over the river. We managed not to use one of our tickets but there is a ticket booth half way through.

Thank manchesterl76
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you come to Hoi An you'll definitely end up in the Ancient town where a lot of the action is, and you will come across the Japanese Bridge. Impossible to get a photo of it not crammed with other tourists, but still a neat...More

Thank Harrycabeza
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The centre of the Hoi An museum trail, with museums and temples on either side of the bridge. You buy a £4 ticket which gets you into all the sights in the town. The bridge itself is very photogenic during the day and lit up...More

Thank Mark E
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Interesting old but lots of people U might have to pay a small fee to cross over but if y like old structures go

Thank FRIZANDSAUCE
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It's a nice ancient bridge that you can pass through. All good, but not a place to spend a lot of time. The old town around the bridge is reall interesting!

Thank MightyMike2014
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The bridges architecture is nice to admire but that's about it. You can have a look inside and it's good for taking for photos. However we walked across the bridge many times and in one occasion there was a woman there who demanded money for...More

Thank Abbi M
Reviewed 5 days ago

Definitely an interesting bridge. Worth having a look at and will only take a few minutes out of your day. Some people have said its hard to find but just walk into the old town from the An Hoi bridge and turn left at Tran...More

Thank Roswellj
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

The best view is from the outside of the bridge. Inside has some cool pictures from the early 1900's and a place to pray. Otherwise it's a very small attraction.

Thank Jessica M
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Do not buy a ticket, just ignore them. Bridge is nice, just walked over it and took some pictures. Definitely pass by while being in hoi an but don't make a day trip for this.

Thank Dirk V
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