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The Best Rows of Bridges That Bali Has

Visa Bali Info – The Best Rows of Bridges That Bali Has

As you know, Bali is not only famous for its stunning natural beauty and its own charm.

Bali also has a lot of interesting architecture from every design place that many artists have built, and of course it is an attraction for tourism.

Have you ever thought that there are several bridges in Bali that are currently the best bridges that Bali has, maybe even Indonesia has? Take a look at the row of the best bridges that Bali has below…

Tukad Bangkung Bridge

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The first best bridge in Bali is the Tukad Bangkung bridge, located in Pelaga Village, Petang District, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia.

This bridge was inaugurated on December 19, 2006. The Tukad Bangkung Bridge connects three provinces, namely Badung, Bangli, and Buleleng.

This bridge is the longest in Bali and is claimed to be the highest in Asia. The Tukad Bangkung Bridge is 360 meters long, 9.6 meters wide, with the highest pillars reaching 71.14 meters, the pillar foundations are 41 meters underground.

Uniquely, this bridge was deliberately not built with a roof on it, so as not to reduce the view around it.

Glass Bridge / Glass Bridge Bali

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Located in Gianyar Regency, the bridge built over the Petanu River connects two areas, namely Tegenungan Banjar in Kemenuh Village, Sukawati, and Blangsinga Banjar in Saba Village, Blahbatuh.

Being the longest bridge in Southeast Asia, the base of this bridge uses three layers of strong glass. With each layer having a thickness of 10 centimeters.

On either side of the bridge is a fence made of iron as high as 1.5 meters with very strong iron and steel ropes hanging.

The Glass Bridge is 188 meters long, 66 meters high above the river, and 2.2 meters wide.

Mandara Road Toll Bridge

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The Mandara Road toll road was built in March 2012 and completed in October 2013. The name of this bridge was given by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono at the inauguration of the toll road on September 23, 2013.

The Bali Mandara toll road is also the first toll road in Bali and the second toll road in Indonesia to be built over the sea after the Suramadu Bridge.

Has a length of 12.7 kilometers connecting Denpasar City/Benoa Harbor, Ngurah Rai International Airport, and Nusa Dua in the Province of Bali, Indonesia. This toll road crosses Denpasar City and Badung Regency.

Tukad Yeh Unda Yellow Bridge

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Located in Tukad Yeh Unda, Sidemen, Karangasem, Karangasem Regency, Bali. It is called the Yellow Bridge because the color is yellow, and it is classified as a bridge that is quite old compared to other bridges on the island of the Gods, Bali.

What is unique in the architecture of the Yellow Tukad Yeh Unda Bridge is that it does not use concrete pillars as a support for parts of the bridge. Instead, the Yellow Bridge uses iron ropes as a medium to hang the bridge, so this place is also called the Yeh Unda Suspension Bridge.

As a link between Sangkan Gunung village and Sidemen village, this bridge cannot be passed by cars and can only be passed by motorbikes.

Yellow Bridge Nusa Lembongan

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The Yellow Bridge has been used as a tourist symbol of the island of Nusa Lembongan and is a connecting road to Nusa Ceningan and the small islands around Klungkung Regency.

It was first established in 1990, and then in 2017 a renovation was carried out.

With the dominant yellow paint color, it is named the Yellow Bridge. It has steel construction, which is the main structure of the building.

This bridge uses a wooden floor with a width of 1.5 meters and a length of up to 100 meters.

This bridge is also nicknamed the “Bridge of Love.” Many couples make this bridge a photo spot, and many even make it a pre-wedding location.


Have you ever crossed the bridges above? Maybe you have passed it, but you don’t understand that the bridges above are the best bridges that Bali has.

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