It is just two bamboo bridges. When you go back and take pictures on the bridge, you can't stay for a long time because a bunch of people are queuing slowly. It only takes about 10 minutes to walk over and back to take pictures. Entrance fees are required. The suspension bridge is unmanaged (there is no staff to limit the load and number of people). Personally, it feels a bit dangerous. The suspension bridge is indeed made of bamboo. It is located on the mountain and the stay time is about 20-40 minutes.
I think this suspension bridge is very long. There are trees on both sides of the suspension bridge, which gives people a feeling of returning to nature and allows people to wander in nature.
The dead bridge is also a scenic spot on Bohol Island. The ticket price is 35 pesos. There are two dead bridges side by side and a few meters apart. They are both built of bamboo and walked up and swayed. The pavement is not smooth enough. I am worried that the bamboo will be broken , The scenery on both sides of the strait is pretty good.
my fear of heights were conquered here. And our team shows all smiles despite of our fears!
We also passed a suspension bridge in the scenic area. It was a suspension bridge made of bamboo. It was very narrow and it was spotted above the river. It looked very high. Walking on it was even more shaky, especially when walking. To the middle part, the shaking is even more powerful, but you can see the beautiful surroundings.
Bohol is a relatively well-known scenic spot. There are two suspension bridges side by side. The bridges are made of rattan. Standing on it shakes badly. It is scary when you walk in the middle, but the scenery on both sides is beautiful and worth visiting.