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3 Most Impressive Bridges In Malaysia That Will Make Your Jaw Drop

3 Most Impressive Bridges In Malaysia That Will Make Your Jaw Drop

If you love bridges, then you’re in luck – Malaysia has an impressive array of bridges, both modern and historic, that will make your jaw drop in wonder at their architectural feats. If you’re visiting the country soon and want to take in some of these spectacular bridges, look no further than this list of the top three most impressive bridges in Malaysia!

Langkawi Sky Bridge

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After the Langkawi Sky Bridge was finally finished in 2005, it didn’t take long for it to become a popular tourist destination in Malaysia. If you don’t ride on its famous cable car and take in the breathtaking views of its picturesque surroundings, your trip to this nation would be completed. – Teluk Panglima Garang Bridge: The Teluk Panglima Garang Bridge is an engineering marvel that connects two main islands with a length of 2.6km that also boasts an incredible 540m-high bridge tower. – Jambatan Pulau Kapas: Located in Johor Bahru, Jambatan Pulau Kapas is one of the few bridges in Malaysia that doesn’t have high traffic congestion.

Penang Bridge

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You’re likely to pass this famous bridge if you choose to visit Penang Island while in Malaysia. Since its opening in 1985, it has been the sole bridge allowing access to this lovely island from the Malaysian peninsula. The main span of the Penang Bridge is 1,680 meters long and 135 meters above sea level. It is also one of the longest bridges of such a height in the world.

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Seri Wawasan Bridge

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You’re likely to pass this famous bridge if you choose to visit Penang Island while in Malaysia. Since its opening in 1985, it has been the sole bridge allowing access to this lovely island from the Malaysian peninsula. The bridge is 2.6 kilometers long and crosses over the strait separating Penang Island from mainland Malaysia. It’s so beautiful at night that locals have nicknamed it the string of pearls. What makes this bridge even more impressive is the fact that when it was built, there was a shortage of steel. So designers decided to use concrete instead!

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