Han River Bridge
Han River Bridge is a bridge in Da Nang, Vietnam. Danang lies on the west side of the Han River and the beaches are to the east.
Address: Le Duan street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City
Han River Bridge is the first swing one in Vietnam. This is the great pride of Danang people. The Han River Bridge – the symbol for new vitality and the developing desire of the City – was built with the contribution of the entire City’s people. It seems that all poetic features of the Han River can be only expressed deeply in the space of Han River bridge with full of wind and ventilation. It not only facilitates transport and potential for tourism, wakening economic prospects of a vast area in the eastern City but is a cultural spot of Danang people today left behind for the future generations.
Han River Bridge is 487.7m long, 11.9m wide, includes 11 spans with 33m long each.
What to explore:
At midnight (23.00) every weekends, with a running time of about 15 – 20 minutes. Traffic is stopped from crossing the Song Han Bridge and it swings on its axis to allow shipping traffic to pass along the river.
Some travelers said that travel to Da Nang, do not look for filming and photography to record the moment for filming, was not meant to Da Nang. So when you travel to Da Nang, you witness and record the exciting moments of filming it this bridge.
Life in the bustling banks of the Han River, day and night, many modern services ready to meet tourists. Currently, traveling by boat on the Han River are popular recreational services.
The City has added several new bridges crossing the Han River. However, the bridge will not have any more feelings created for the people of the City as to what brought the Han River Bridge.
How to get there:
The suggested vehicles to come to Han River Bridge include motorbike, bike, car, taxi, cyclo.
By motorbike from Hoi An: If you want to ride your bike from Hoi An, so go to the traffic light near An Bang beach first, then turn left, keep riding about 20 km along the beach to see Pham Van Dong Street on your left hand. You go on that street to get there. It takes about 45 minutes.
Walking: If you are in Han market, it is very easy for you to come to Han River Bridge just by walking. You go straight on Bach Dang Street and turn left at Indovina Bank- Da Nang Branch. Then you turn right on Tran Phu Street to see Le Duan Street. You turn right on that street to get there. It takes about 10 minutess by walking.