Tra Su bamboo bridge – the Vietnam’s longest bamboo bridge has been set a record on 15 January 2020 in the most beautiful and famous Tra Su cajuput forest, An Giang Province. It contributes to the promotion and development of An Giang tourism.
Called as “Bamboo Bridge of ten thousand steps” with the total length of over 10km, the bridge has become a signature of Tra Su cajuput forest ecosystem. The project was divided into 2 phases, with an expense of over 10 billion VND. The first phase has a length of nearly 4km, assembled by 500,000 bamboo trees, with a construction budget of over 5 billion VND. It was completed in just more than one month. The 4km long bridge has been put into use since 1 January 2020. After that, the investors have implemented the second phase to extend the bridge by another 6km, raising the total length to 10km. As a result, this bamboo bridge already broke the global record of Cambodia’s Kampong Cham Bridge which stretching around 1km of bamboo structure. Now, Tra Su Bamboo Bridge is the longest bamboo bridge of the world.
including travel blogs and online reviews, the TRA SU BAMBOO BRIDGE is one of the longest bamboo bridges in the world and is located in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam. Visitors to the bridge can enjoy scenic views of the surrounding lush forests and wetlands, as well as observe local wildlife. Many visitors also appreciate the cultural significance of bamboo in Vietnamese history and daily life.
Get away from the city life for some footsteps, admire the lush cajuput forest with the fresh air and you will enjoy how wonderful nature is. Enjoy every step on the bridge and capture every striking scene you see. You don’t want to miss a real treasure trove of photographic opportunities that Tra Su cajuput forest has to offer.
Tra Su is about 30km from Chau Doc Town. The forest covers an area of 850ha and is an important natural habitat for many colorful birds and other rare animals. There are more than 140 different kinds of plants in the sanctuary and many of cajuputs, which are very common in the Mekong Delta, can be found here. This is an ideal place for nature lovers.
Overall, the TRA SU BAMBOO BRIDGE appears to be a unique and worthwhile destination for those interested in nature, culture, and adventure.