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I don’t have fear of heights so this didn’t excite me at all. But they offer pictures while your in the middle of the bridge so that’s a plus and the souvenir shop ladies seem friendly. Cheaper rates here when it comes to “pasalubong” so...More
A short, bamboo bridge hanging low over a river. There is nothing special about this bridge aside from the fact you can have your photo taken in the middle. I am embarrassed this is considered an "attraction" in the Philippines. I was scared for myself...More
It is worth the "fright" of walking on the rickety bamboo make-shift bridge for the bargains you can get beyond it. The T-shirts and food pasalubongs are at its cheapest there. Don't worry, the bridge is secured with cable wires. At the road side, don't...More
Some people were scared to go, and most people were moving really slowly, because bridge was a bit shaking while you are going. I felt totally safe, but I would recommend to wear sport shoes, because it's very slippery there. And if you are wearing...More
It was an achievement for me being able to cross the other side of the bridge and managed my way back. The sound of the bamboo floor is what will scare you. It sounded like it is going to crack and the entire bridge will...More
The Twin Hanging Bamboo Bridges of Sevilla - Bohol are one the things you must experience. Not really scary but the bridge does wobble a bit. These days its been reinforced with strong wire rope so its perfectly safe. There is a small charge to...More