10 Bridges in Philippines that you should visit - With photos & details

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10 Bridges to explore in Philippines

The Philippines, island country of Southeast Asia in the western Pacific Ocean. It is an archipelago consisting of some 7,100 islands and islets lying about 500 miles off the coast of Vietnam.

Agas-Agas BridgeSogod, Southern Leyte, Philippines

The highest bridge in the Philippines, This bridge crosses a deep ravine in the Eastern Visayas region of the country. The scenic location inspired the highway department to build a viewing deck on top of one of the piers in the middle of the bridge as well as parking areas on both sides with comfort rooms to rest. Future plans include the possibility of a bungee jump operation from the span.

Buntun BridgeSantiago - Tuguegarao Rd, Tuguegarao, Cagayan, Philippines

It is the second-longest bridge in the country, after San Juanico Bridge, and forms part of the Santiago-Tuguegarao Road a major junction of the Pan-Philippine Highway.

Calaba BridgeBangued, Abra, Philippines

The longest modular bridge in the Philippines which was beautifully constructed along the Abra-Ilocos Norte national road across the Abra river. It was one of the useful construction to the people of the Philippines by connecting thee two places.

Macapagal BridgeMayor Democrito D. Plaza II Avenue, Butuan City, Agusan Del Norte, Philippines

Macapagal Bridge is a steel cable-stayed bridge along Mayor Democrito Plaza II Avenue in Butuan, Agusan del Norte that crosses the Agusan River. It has a length of 908 m, making it the longest bridge in Mindanao, and the second-longest cable-stayed bridge in the Philippines after the Marcelo Fernan Bridge that connects Cebu City and Mactan Island.

Marcelo Fernan BridgeMarcelo Fernan Bridge, Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippines

The Marcelo Fernan Bridge is a marvel of engineering that stretches across the busy Mactan Channel separating large Cebu Island from its smaller neighbor of Mactan Island. It is a cable-stayed bridge with a total length of 3,900 feet. Gaze up at the pairs of imposing columns that sprout from the bottom of this impressive architectural feat. The bridge is one of the widest and longest bridge spans in the Philippines.

Osmeña BridgeOsmeña Bridge, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, Philippines

The Mactan–Mandaue Bridge, officially the Sergio Osmeña Bridge, is a truss bridge that connects Mandaue City with Lapu-Lapu City in Metro Cebu, Philippines. It is one of two bridges that spans across the Mactan Channel, the other being the Marcelo Fernan Bridge, and connects the islands of Cebu and Mactan.

Patapat ViaductPagudpud, Ilocos Norte, Philippines

The Patapat Viaduct is an elevated road — over 30 meters above sea level. This 1.3 km long coastal bridge can be found in the municipality of Pagudpud in Ilocos Norte. Connecting the Maharlika Highway in Laoag to the Cagayan Valley, this is a busy street above the coastal areas of Pagudpud. The fourth longest bridge in the country, this winding concrete beauty is said to be the northernmost roadway part of Ilocos Norte.

San Juanico BridgeLeyte, Philippines

A monument landmark that stretches from Samar to Leyte across the San Juanico Strait. At a total length of 2.16kms. It is considered as the longest bridge in the Philippines crossing a body of seawater and it was completed in 1973. It was one of the architectural wonders in this area.

William A. Jones Memorial BridgeJones Bridge, Binondo, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

The William A. Jones Memorial Bridge, commonly known as the Jones Bridge, is an arched girder bridge that spans the Pasig River in the City of Manila, Philippines. It is named after the United States legislator William Atkinson Jones, who served as the chairman of the U.S. Insular Affairs

Zapote BridgeZapote Bridge, Bacoor, Cavite, Philippines

Zapote Bridge is a stone arch pedestrian bridge crossing the Zapote River in the Philippines. It connects the cities of Las Piñas in Metro Manila and Bacoor in the province of Cavite. The bridge and its surrounding area was the site of two battles, the Battle of Zapote Bridge (1897) between Filipino revolutionaries and the Spanish colonial government in 1897 during the Philippine Revolution