Pai Memorial Bridge, one of the main tourist attractions in Pai
Located in northern Thailand's Mae Hong Son Province, near the Myanmar border, the Pai Memorial Bridge is one of the main tourist attractions in Pai. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.
The bridge was made of iron and was originally built by Japanese soldiers during WWII (in 1942) to cross the Pai River. Today, the bridge only carries pedestrians and is commonly referred to as the Memorial Bridge. The brige was bypassed by the asphalted highway 1095, a road known as ‘762 curves’.
Pic: Wason Yuyatmak
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