Qingma Bridge in Hong Kong is the longest double-purpose suspension bridge for automobiles and railways in the world. It crosses the Ma Wan Strait and connects Tsing Yi with Ma Wan. So it is named Qingma Bridge. If you go to Hong Kong Airport, you will surely see it.
Go to Disney, pay homage to Buddha, shop in Dongyi City, fly to Hong Kong. They all pass the Qingma Bridge. Personally, I feel that the scenery at night is unique, and the neon lights flashing give people a sense of urban tranquility. Frequently seen during the day, planes ready to land at Hong Kong International Airport. The bridge is spacious enough that there is no traffic jam every time.
It's a magnificent bridge connecting Mawan, Tsing Yi Island. So it's called Qingma Bridge. If you take a bus from the airport to the city or go to Shanghai, you'll pass through the bridge. I prefer to sit on the second floor of the double-decker bus, the closer the bus is, the better the view is. It's the widest view. It's also the best view to watch the bridge.
If you take a bus to Chi La Kok International Airport in Hong Kong, you will often pass a stop: Tsing Ma Bridge Toll Station. Green horse, that is, connecting Tsing Yi and Ma Wan. The fifth longest suspension bridge in the world, Qingyi Bridge, overlooks the Mawan Strait.