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Why Trang Tien Bridge is special ?
Trang Tien Bridge in Hue in Vietnam joins north and south of Perfume River in Hue. The north side of Trang Tien Bridge in Hue in Vietnam belongs to Phu Hoa District, close to Dong Ba market in Hue. The South of Trang Tien Bridge in Hue in Vietnam belongs to Phu Hoi District, right in the center of Hue city in Vietnam.
There was a bridge made of bamboo crossing over Perfume River in Hue in Vietnam. The French Governor in the center of Vietnam, Levécque ordered the Eiffel Construction Company to design and build Trang Tien Bridge in Huein Vietnam and Gustave Eiffel designed Trang Tien Bridge in hue in Vietnam. Trang Tien Bridge in Hue in Vietnam was built of concrete, still and finished building in 1899. After finishing, Trang Tien Bridge in Hue in Vietnam was named Thanh Thai and the total cost to build Trang Tien Bridge in Hue in Vietnam was 400 million Dong. This was huge amount of money at that time. After Thanh Thai King was exiled to Réunion Island, the French governor in Vietnam changed the name of Trang Tien Bridge in Hue in Vietnam to Clémenceau.
What to explore at Trang Tien Bridge?
Every night, a lot of local people come to the park to enjoy the fresh air from Perfume River in Hue as well as enjoy looking at Trang Tien Bridge in Hue in Vietnam is shined by different colours.
Passing Hue today, tourists still want to go through the Truong Tien bridge to see graceful arched bridges reflecting on the river with the graceful ao dai, the quiet boats under the bridge, the red phoenix flower of Hue.
The bridge has becomes part of the history of Hue City. Although there are many other bridges across the Perfume River, such as Bach Ho, Phu Xuan or Bai Dau, Truong Tien is still the most typical and a symbol of the romantic city of Hue.
How to get to Trang Tien Bridge?
It takes 31 mins driving from Phu Bai International Airport and 10 mins from Hue Train Station.
- Spectacular Attraction at Night
- Romantic bridge in Hue
- Romantic Walk & River View
- One of the oldest bridges in Hue
- Good view of river
Truong Tien Bridge, Hue city, Viet Nam
Tips for you
Look seem like short walking distance, but while you walk it take some times to finished out the journey. It had a walking lane and you may also enjoy the view while you are walking along the bridge. This bridge connecting to the Old City of Huewhich to the Palace. At night, the bridge light up the colourful lights to enhance the beauty. Under the end of the bridge, you can find night bazzar with some souvenir and introducing some local foods eg. Instant Noodle, BBq Pork stick, crepe and variety of foods.