The Most Dangerous Bridges of the World


Weirdest Architectures of Bridges

Hello, readers So today we come back with the very interesting topic of The Most Dangerous Bridges of the World We found some hilarious structures of bridges around the world will definitely give you goosebumps some of them are masterpieces in the history of an architecture.

The bridge Architecture is a building that built to move persons and objects from one place to another. It is used to make moving and transporting easier over water bodies and other areas. But besides creating a living and formal jobs suitable, what some of these bridges have in common is their uniqueness.

Bridges are the strongest proof of what humans can achieve. We’ve surmounted everything- from streams to valleys and fjords to mountain passes but these bridges are Dangerous as well as Terrifying !! So…. Excited? let’s have a look 🙂

Langkawi Sky Bridge

Langkawi Sky Bridge is a 125-meter (410 ft) rounded foot-traveler cable-stayed bridge in Malaysia, completed in 2005.

Langkawi Sky Bridge

Key Features:-

  •  Placed about 18 miles off the coast of northwestern mainland Malaysia in the Andaman Sea
  • The Langkawi Sky Bridge is a part of the Malaysian state of Kedah, which is nearby to the Thai border.
  • Because Langkawi’s  duty-free area alcohol is much cheaper than in the rest of Malaysia.
  • The Sky Bridge does not have public transportation.
  • Driving is on the left side of the road. It is important to watch out for travelers, kids, roosters, bulls crossing the road. Snakes like the warm pavement of the streets at night.

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Glass Skywalk, Tianmenshan

World’s first most terrifying Bridge glass skywalk on Tianmen Mountain called “the Walk of Faith” opened in November 2011  in China.Since then it has been a must-watch traveler’s attraction on the west side of the mountain.

The Famous Original Skywalk — “The Walk of Faith” is located on the part of the cliff-hanging walkway by Ghost-Valley Cave, only about 200m from the top of the cableway and its 4,600 feet.

The glass walkways close when they are covered by ice and snowfall in wintertime.

Henderson Waves, Singapore 

Henderson Waves, the highest pedestrian bridge is located in Singapore, connects Mount Faber Park to Telok Blangah Hill Park.

Key Features

  •  36 meters higher from ground
  • The Henderson Waves Bridge has the shape of waves, curling and twisting along its entire 274-meter length.
  • Made by is anchored steel arches and filled in with curved ‘ribs’

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Gateshead Millennium Bridge, England

This overpass was opened in 2002 by the later Queen. The bridge is also asked “Blinking Eye Bridge” due to its tilting, from one side to another and it’s shaped.

It is meant for foot-traveler and cyclists. The bridge allows foot-traveler to pass when on one side while when it is tilted on the other, it allows sailboats and ships to pass.

The bridge architecture is unique and hilarious the award-winning structure was conceived and designed by architect Wilkinson Eyre and structural engineer Gifford. Amazed to see oval shape bridge I never saw before! let me describe you the key features of this bridge:-

  • The bridge, which cost £22m to build
  • Gateshead Millennium Bridge takes as little as 4.5 minutes to rotate through the full 40° from closed to open, depending on wind speed.
  • The design is so energy efficient it costs just £3.96 each time it opens.
  • Gateshead Millennium Bridge  received the Outstanding Structure Award in 2005

Japan’s crazy ‘rollercoaster bridge’ Eshima Ohashi

In the list of bridges, the hilarious rollercoaster bridge is Eshima Ohashi in Japan what do I say about this bridge it’s Bridge… or rollercoaster?in the world most terrifying road is Eshima Ohashi bridge it’s enough to give the most fearless driver fantasies.

Key Features:-

  • The bridge is a concrete road built like a roller coaster and is over 1.4 kilometers long.
  • Eshima Ohashi  is the third largest of its kind in the world
  • The two-lane concrete road bridge stretches 1.7km
  • 11.4 meters building it the largest rigid frame bridge in Japan