On the occasion of the 132nd birthday of late President Ton Duc Thang (August 20), the 75th anniversary of the August Revolution and the National Holiday (September 2), and also in coincidence with Long Xuyen City of An Giang Province being recognized as a Grade-1 Urban region, Sao Mai Group has introduced a radiant bridge in Tra Su cajuput forest.
Opening a way to the evergreen cajuput forest, which is likened to a paradise, in the southern region, the bridge is an extremely impressive structure made of monolithic wood blocks imported from Africa. At the gate of the tourist site, dove cages and small elevated flower gardens, which feature classical European and Asian architecture, create a charming scene enchanting visitors.
The bridge links the gate with the other side of the cajuput forest. It will be another wonderful background for tourists when they visit the cajuput forest.
The bridge was designed by experienced architects from Astar. They are proud now that images of the bridge have been shared widely. And only the investor of the tourist site with a great passion for the tourism sector can accept original ideas.
The bridge has a length of nearly 100 meters and a vertical clearance of seven meters. Roads leading to the bridge are decorated with colorful flower beds, embellishing the cajuput forest. Standing at the middle of the bridge, tourists can see the large primeval cajuput forest.
Tra Su cajuput forest has long been a well-known tourist site for both local and foreign tourists. It has attracted visitors with multiple special events and facilities, such as a bamboo bridge, Europe-style dove cages, flower gardens and a bird-watching yard. Due to Tra Su’s attraction to domestic and international media agencies, the radiant bridge will contribute to boosting the tourism development in An Giang and the Mekong Delta as a whole.
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the bridge has been quickly built to celebrate big holidays. Tours to Tra Su tourist site have been arranged and spread on social networks, proving the beauty and attraction of the bridge.
Sao Mai Group has also launched a tour to go through the cajuput forest to explore the border area in the southwestern region, helping tourists to experience the cajuput forest.