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3 Bridges in Malaysia You Won’t Believe Exist

3 Bridges in Malaysia You Won’t Believe Exist

If you think Malaysia is all about beaches, rainforests, and lots of walking, think again! This archipelagic country in Southeast Asia has some of the most breathtakingly beautiful bridges in the world, and they’re worth seeing even if you only have one week to spare. Here are just three of the spectacular bridges in Malaysia that will make your jaw drop.

1) The Tun Razak Suspension Bridge
The Tun Razak Suspension Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge that spans over Sungai Kelang. It is approximately 1.2 kilometers long and is located on the Kuala Lumpur Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2). Tun Razak Suspension Bridge was opened to traffic on July 2nd, 1988 as part of the MRR2 project. It was designed by Denton Aydin Associates, a US based company, and built by Bouygues Travaux Publics of France.

2) The Bukit Bendera Horseshoe Bridge
The Bukit Bendera Horseshoe Bridge is a bridge that crosses over the Klang River, located near Kuala Lumpur. The bridge has been around for decades and is one of the most iconic bridges in Malaysia. It was constructed back in 1957 after the Second World War when there was a need for a new bridge to transport people and goods to and from the city center on both sides of the river.

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3) Tanjung Kupang Suspension Bridge
The Tanjung Kupang Suspension Bridge is one of the most striking bridges you’ll find in all of Malaysia. It’s located on the island of Langkawi and connects the east coast to the west coast. The bridge is made up of 326 meters (1,070 ft) worth of steel cables that are anchored into a limestone cliff at both ends.

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