The first Chroy Changvar Bridge, more commonly known as the Cambodian-Japanese Friendship Bridge good to looking.
It is the oldest bride in Phnom Penh. It was sponsored by the people of Japan.
The broken bridge was blown up during the Japanese invasion. It has now been repaired. It seems to be an investment from Japan. This bridge is bustling every day. It is a very important traffic artery. There are quite a lot of passengers and vehicles. .
It is an ordinary road bridge and also an important traffic road in Phnom Penh.
I was born in a city with many bridges, so I didn't have any special feelings when I went to see it here. I have been in contact with many bridges since I was young. So, I just walked around, and I couldn't comprehend the scenery of the Mekong River on the bridge.
Took a year and a half to renovate one of the bridges.Traffic is flowing again and both brides are working. I know it's a bridge, but try cycling every day using only one!
As bridges go, it's a fine bridge. It crosses a river. It's well built. It takes traffic across it. It does what it says on the tin.
Our river boat is moored next to the bridge. Just a bridge crossing the Mekong river . Lots if slum Ali g the river.
It really is just another bridge over the river and was built in 1966. Busy with trucks mainly, the bridge is approx. 700 meter span over the Tonle Sap River. On tour ad pointed out by our guide in pa...
The older one was built by the Japanese, the newer one by the Chineses. in 2017, the Japanese bridge will be closed to all traffic due to long overdue renovation.