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Ko Paen Bamboo Bridge, Kampong Cham

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Traverse the captivating structure of Ko Paen Bamboo Bridge, as it bears pedestrians, motorbikes, and cars across the mighty Mekong River. Considered the longest bamboo bridge in the world, it can seem unstable on first impression, but taking a stroll or bicycle ride across the structure confirms its craftsmanship. At almost 1 km (0.6 mi) long, the impressive bridge has to be rebuilt every year, after the Mekong annually rises and washes it away. Consider a visit during sunset to make the most of attractive photo opportunities. By using our Kampong Cham vacation trip planner, you can arrange your visit to Ko Paen Bamboo Bridge and other attractions in Kampong Cham.
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  • I rode over this as part of a Kampong Cham bike tour and it was really great fun. Slightly on the scary side and I'd recommend sticking to the middle lane when you can but definitely worth the trip. T...  more »
  • We opted out of cycling across the bridge and went by Tuk Tuk. I really did wonder if the bridge would take our weight but cars were crossing over!! Great fun and great views.  more »
  • arriving there if you just follow Mekhong on the left side from down on the "whatever called road" from Phnom penh is easy.... just entering Champong Cham and its there in its unique beauty - everyday...  more »