Hàn River Bridge

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For bridges crossing the Han River in or near Seoul, South Korea, see Han River (Korea) § Bridges over the lower Han.
Han River Bridge (Song Han Bridge)
Cầu Sông Hàn
Cau Song Han lit up.JPG
Carries Motor vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists
Crosses Han River
Locale Da Nang, Vietnam
Official name Cầu Sông Hàn
Design Cable-stayed bridge, Swing bridge
Material Concrete
Longest span 201 meters (659 ft) (x2)
Piers in water 1
Clearance below 25 meters (82 ft)
Construction begin 1997
Opened 2000

Hàn River bridge (Vietnamese: Cầu Sông Hàn) is a bridge in Da Nang, Vietnam. Da Nang lies on the west side of the Hàn River and the beaches are to the east. [1]

In the middle of the night, traffic is stopped from crossing the Song Han Bridge and it swings on its axis to allow shipping traffic to pass along the river. The Song Han Bridge in Danang is a cable-stayed bridge that is lit up brightly at night. The area around the bridge is the location of Da Nang's cultural center.


The Song Han Bridge was built by the people of Da Nang. It is the first swing bridge to be built in Vietnam. The bridge is an important part of Danang's cityscape.

Proposed new bridge[edit]

Main article: Dragon River Bridge

Some of the traffic pressure will soon be taken off the bridge as the Da Nang regional government plans to build another bridge to traverse the Han River in Da Nang. Once the new bridge is completed tourists will be able to leave Da Nang International Airport on Nguyen Van Linh Highway and get to the city's beaches even quicker. The new Dragon River Bridge will be built in the shape of a dragon.

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  1. ^ Trần Mạnh Thường, Nguyễn Minh Tiến hiệu đính Việt Nam - Văn hóa và du lịch - Page 411 "Cầu sông Hàn, cây cầu văng dây sừng sững là thế, mà về đêm trở nên mềm mại làm sao. Với dãy đèn cao áp lung linh ánh nước càng làm cho cầu sông Hàn trở nên duyên dáng, diệu kỳ.

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Coordinates: 16°4′20.2″N 108°13′36.2″E / 16.072278°N 108.226722°E / 16.072278; 108.226722