The Wooden Bridge of Culture

The Chic Places, Classic Vintage style in Thailand.

Mon Bridge or Uttamanusorn Bridge

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This bridge is the longest wooden bridge in Thailand with a length of 850 meters. This cultural bridge still retains the culture of Sangkhlaburi and Mon people. That represents a good relationship for a long time.
Another chic place in Thailand that should not be missed.

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Here there are beautiful nature and traditional Mon communities located in Sangkhlaburi District, Kanchanaburi.
In addition, it is also a viewpoint of Vachiralongkorn Dam’s Lake.

Tha Pai Bridge, Mae Hong Son

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This historic bridge was built during World War II to transport weapons from Thailand to Myanmar. Originally this bridge was a wooden bridge. Japan burned this bridge after World War II. Then the villagers gathered to build the bridge again.

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Yong Bridge or Over Ngao River Bridge

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This bridge is located in Lampang. And is the first suspension bridge in Thailand that is over 100 years old. Built before World War II in 1925, completed in 1928.

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This bridge is celebrated on New Year’s Day every year by giving food offering to monks. There are many people and tourists travel to join them.
For those who like classic vintage style, don’t miss this photograph of the bridge as a souvenir.

Su-Tong-Pae Bridge, Mae Hong Son

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The name of the bridge means success. This bridge is a bamboo bridge, 2 meters wide and about 500 meters long.
Built from the faith of people who will cross the rice fields and the Sa-ngar River to go to Dharma Phusama Garden

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Every morning, the monks will walk from the Dharma garden to the alms in the village using this bridge. Tourists can wait to give food offering to monks throughout the bridge.

Khua Noi Bridge, Ubon Ratchathani

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From the beginning, this bridge is just a ridge that can walk from Nong Khae village and Chetuan village. Later, the villagers built a wooden bridge for the convenience of villagers and monks. At present, people build concrete bridges.

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