Bamboo Hanging Bridge

Sevilla, Bohol

Bamboo Hanging Bridge
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Driane B.
4.0 Stars

You have to pay an entrance fee before crossing this bridge, I actually don't know what to expect at the other side. As you can see my daughter ain't a big fan neither am I (lol). Had a hard time walking because we were wearing slippers and sometimes it get stuck. Was a bit dissapointed to see nothing at the end just 4 or 5 souvenir shops and a small food stall. We bought souvenirs for "pasalubong" and buko juice to quench our thirst. I would still recommend this place because it would help those small businesses in that area.

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Rachel T.
4.0 Stars

Not for the faint hearted or afraid of heights. A very challenging bridge to cross which is made from bamboo. Originally this bridge was made for the locals to cross across quicker but because of the architecture a lot of tourist would like to visit it. It now has two bridges; one for entry and another one for exit. It also now has a fee for travellers but local can still cross it without paying. The fee is for the maintenance of the bridge. Nothing much to see once you have crossed the bridge. Just some stalls/stores selling pasalubongs/snack foods.

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