The longest bridges in Southeast Asia are a diverse bunch. For starters, several happen to be elevated roads or tollways which isn’t exactly the first type of bridge that springs to mind. While some are architecturally stunning, others were designed, how do we put this nicely, to focus on functionality.
Many of the longest bridges in Southeast Asia are new which obviously coincides with the region’s rapid development. Only one was opened before 2000 and quite a few were completed during the past few years.
As for this list, we are focusing on car bridges. While there are several rail bridges in Southeast Asia that would qualify here, these aren’t particularly memorable. They tend to be really long, public transit structures, such as the Airport Rail Link line in Bangkok.
With that out of the way, let’s take a look at the longest bridges in Southeast Asia.
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