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This bridge is very simple from architecture point of view, but still breathtaking. Just crossing it is an amazing experience, but I highly recommend to stop at the observation tower, which is located in the middle of the bridge, accessible from both direction.
The bridge is really something in terms of length - 36 km and the time it took to build - 4 years and 4 months. Sure, there are no real views due to it being relatively low above the bay and also the pollution -...More
Its a modern marvel of the world at 36 km over the sea, but honestly after the first 10 mins, it loses the excitement. The hotel in the middle is a point of interest, but there are no views to speak of due to mist...More
Undoubtedly this is a great engineering and technological achievement, and if you're in Shanghai area, definitely worth seeing. I have crossed it 4 times so far, and because I'm doing some business with factories in the area, I'm going to cross it again soon in...More
It is a bridge....not so exciting,so I agree that maybe it is not correct to consider this an attraction.....I have crossed the bridge about 40 times,so I guess I can say I am very familiar with it.On one of my last trips to Shanghai from...More
I spent 4 months in Beilun,Ningbo and found this bridge was an amasing way to travel by car to Shanghai. China should be proud on this 35 km. structure and after travelling to many parts of the world, I have never crossed or seen such...More
I'm not sure this might be considered an attraction, for sure it is one of the longest trans-oceanic bridges in the world, therefore is worth a visit. Especially if you had to go from Ningbo to Shanghai on a business trip, like me.