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Longest Suspension Bridge in Southeast Asia is Found in Abra

Photo Courtesy || PIA-Cordillera

Cordillera - The Sabnangan Footbridge, located in the municipality of Luba in Abra, Philippines, is said to be the longest suspension bridge in Southeast Asia. 

The bridge, which was constructed in 2002, is made entirely of steel and has a span of 560 meters. It connects two barangays of the municipality, Barangay Poblacion and Sabnangan. 

Visitors who wish to visit the suspension bridge can visit the Municipal Tourism Office for guidance.

The Sabnangan Footbridge is not the only suspension bridge in the Cordilleras region. The Nabenngan Bridge in Sadanga, Mountain Province, is another popular destination. 

Also known as the Peace Bridge, this 230-meter long footbridge offers visitors a unique view of the lush green forest of Sadanga.

Additionally, the scenic hanging bridge in Barangay Cabiten in Mankayan, Benguet is gaining attention online among local tourists and travel vloggers. 

This steel bridge is 200 meters long and 200 meters high, providing visitors with a spectacular view of the surrounding area.

While the Sabnangan Footbridge is the longest suspension bridge in Southeast Asia, it is not the only one worth visiting. 

These other suspension bridges in the Cordilleras region offer visitors a unique and breathtaking experience. 

Whether it is the view of the lush green forest of Sadanga or the scenic view of Mankayan, these suspension bridges are a must-see for anyone visiting the Philippines.



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