Bridges in Luzon

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Bridges in Luzon

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  • Cecil F
    Pasay, Philippines10 contributions
    We can now do these things at NAIA Terminal 3. While waiting for your flight, you can shop and eat, have a massage or upon arrival, take a bath to get refreshed for your meeting.
    Written 6 March 2020
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  • Joseph
    Baguio, Philippines2 contributions
    Road to Baguio is better now especially driving via Kennon Rd. Road is perfectly renovated and most of all...the iconic Lion's Head!
    Written 4 June 2020
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  • lemitch
    11 contributions
    Kaybiang Tunnel is very popular to all riders if you pass and drive through here, you need to stop for a while and take pictures.
    Written 22 January 2020
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  • Ronald1970
    Arnhem, Nederland97 contributions
    A must to visit when you are in Pagudpud, is Patapat bridge. Just 20 minutes north of Pagudpud. Great views from this bridge!
    Written 13 July 2022
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  • Elias G
    Tarlac, Philippines902 contributions
    Beautiful place with some souvenir shops around, the grounds need a bit of maintenance to remove muddy walkways brought about by morning rain. The bridge is shaky when it is loaded by people simultaneously crossing.
    Written 20 March 2020
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  • eteng2016
    Dasmarinas City, Philippines220 contributions
    My dad would tell me stories about the bridge, the old Quirino Bridge. He told me that it used to be a wooden bridge and you have to be careful crossing since the chances of having a flat tire is not far fetch. I told him how things changed, that it was now made of concrete and it is not being used since they made a stronger bridge right across this one. I am just lucky that I was able to enjoy the bridge and the amazing view. Not much people during our visit. And yes my father was able to see it again last 2019. It was somewhere in the 70's when he last visited and yes he was nostalgic.
    Written 11 January 2020
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  • sabi0james
    Manila, Philippines3,413 contributions
    Touted as the longest river bridge in the country and the 2nd overall, this steel truss bridge connects the city of Tuguegarao and the municipality of Solana. The more-than-a-kilometer structure spans the largest river basin in the country, the Cagayan River.
    Written 16 March 2018
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  • MijnlieverdFH
    Tagum City, Philippines4,205 contributions
    It runs over the wide river with the other Banaoang bridge. I was confused which way to get out and which way to enter. but i did wait what could be the right passage.
    Written 1 May 2017
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  • Rex Rafael C
    Antipolo City, Philippines128 contributions
    Magapit Bridge is just like other bridges anywhere, but the spectacular view of Cagayan River makes this special.

    I got here twice when i circumvent North Luzon after leaving Apayao and going to Tuguegarao.
    Written 3 September 2016
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  • Angela M
    Singapore, Singapore108 contributions
    Third longest bridge in the country. You can sing the entire national anthem of the Philippines while passing by here running at a speed of 60 kph.
    Written 25 February 2016
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  • EricSkopec
    Carmona, Philippines177 contributions
    Not much to see or do, just a quick stop to check it off your to do list. To see more interesting Spanish bridges you should go to Romblon, Romblon to see two carefully preserved heritage bridges
    Written 11 May 2019
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  • NinoLeeZhongPing
    Makati, Philippines436 contributions
    A fairly weathered bridge of which has seen its better days. Hopefully it gets rehabilitated soon for the safety of those who cross before an incident happens. It sways and wobbles makes you experience the "moment theory". They say it has a trail to the Andres Bonifacio shrine on a two hour trek with guide (cannot confirm this). Nonetheless, this is something you can try besides the other hanging bridge in Sagada.
    Written 3 December 2021
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