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We decided to walk towards the bridge from the scenic area, but soon realised that wasn't the best idea. The road is full of cars, so even if you cycle you have to be very careful. Also we walked the day before in the other...More
The bridge itself is smaller but the surroundings are million times better than the Yulong bridge cause there is absolutely zero bamboo rafts.
Young kids can try net fishing or even swim upstream. It was lovley for our kids to get there feet wet while...More
Not just the bridge itself, but the whole river under the bridge is clogged with bamboo rafts. It is amusing to watch, and can make a great time lapse video, but I would not plan on going there for a quiet river trip.
It's a shame they have started charging to walk to a section of the river where you can get a picture of the Bridge as it detracts from the experience. There are markets around so it is a bit commercial, however overall worth seeing and...More
It's been a little bit ruined by wires stretched across the river right in the spot where you would need to get a great photo of it. Luckily, there's photoshop. The locals were building a new "admissions" area when we visited in early April 2018,...More
Fuli Bridge is a stone bridge of over 500 years of age. The spot is famous for photo-takers, especially among the newly-wed couples in taking wedding photos. The bridge is a bid aging and the trees on both sides are covering up the bridge but...More
The bridge is pretty against the backdrop of the karst hills. Probably not a big tourist attraction. We made our way here on a scooter. Many locals just hanging around the bridge. It is a photogenic bridge with wedding photos being taken of a local...More
The ancient bridge was just a few minutes of walk away from the Yulong River bamboo rafting spot.
It looked beautiful, especially surrounded by the spectacular nature scenery. And the village was even named as “Bridge Appreciation, ” as a tribute.
This isn't much of a tourist attraction, so there won't be many big tourist bus and hoards of tourist. It is nested in a smaller village, basically the bridge is over 500 years old and not restored, which makes it good for photo taking. It...More