Discovering Koi Bridge in Japanese Garden of Sun World Ha Long Complex
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Ha Long is probably a too famous destination for Northern visitors. Only 170 km and a 2-hour drive from the capital of Hanoi, you can freely check-in Ha Long Bay full of blue sea and golden sunshine. Not only that, with the best tour operators in Vietnam, tourists recently coming to Ha Long Bay cannot ignore the super attractive amusement park – Sun World Ha Long Complex.
As an integral part of the traditional Japanese Garden of Sun World Ha Long Complex, the Koi Bridge has been built more impressive, on a much larger scale, inspired by Koi fish’s image – a symbol of desire, persistence, and power in Japanese culture. Once completed, the bridge has become the highlight of architectural and cultural art at the top of Ba Deo Mount in the entertainment Sun World Ha Long Complex.
A lit up Koi Bridge
Inspired by the polar symbol in the yin and yang of Japan, the bridge is also named as Yin Yang Bridge. The actual Koi Bridge consists of two red bridges crossing each other like two silk strings, connected to the green hills of the Zen Garden. Above is the Yang Bridge (Duong Bridge) – representing male gender, which is more than 50 meters in length, including 97 steps in total leading visitors to the most scenic location. Whereas, the Yin Bridge (Am Bridge) – representing female gender – lies below, which is 56.4 meters in length with 103 steps in total. The bridge frames are made of steel while the rest of them are made of natural wood.
The Koi Bridge from above
The Koi Bridge is designed by 2 Japanese architectures. Maybe that is the reason why any detail of the bridge all reminds you of amazing Japan. With the eye-catching beauty and unique architecture, since the summer tourist season this year, the Koi Bridge is immediately popular on the social network, becoming the number one check-in place of the young generation of Ha Long and Vietnam.
In particular, as being introduced by many Vietnam local tour operators, just coming up to the highest point on the bridge, looking towards the Ha Long Bay, visitors will be able to enjoy the panoramic view of the bay from above. And just turning to Zen Garden, the scenery of a traditional Japanese garden is completely in your eyes with the green color of streams, stone lights, plants, fish, etc. All of them are cared from the smallest details to provide visitors with an experience of a standard Japanese space of art scene.
The traditional Japanese garden next to the bridge
Not only is it beautiful during the day, but according to Vietnam local tour operators, when night falls, Koi bridge glows like a giant fish on the banks of Ngan River. This romantic scene is also one of the filming places that the director Trong Trinh set for making expensive scenes in his last series – “A life of resentment” on the VTV3 channel. The romantic kiss on Koi Bridge of the couple Binh and Ngan in the series has quickly become the super-hot check-in style of many couples to Sun World Ha Long Complex.
A wedding photoshoot on Koi Bridge
At the same time, it has also contributed to bringing this “Love Bridge” became the attractive wedding photography spot to attract newlywed couples in the wedding season this year. The brilliant red of the bridges, the bluish green of the trees in the Japanese Garden along with the pure white color of the wedding dress look extremely harmonious with each other, like the moment between you and “your other part” becomes one. However, in addition to the Koi Bridge, Sun World Ha Long Complex also has many other poetic backgrounds for your wedding photo collection, such as the Sun Wheel, Queen’s Cable Car, etc. Thus, if you have any intentions of coming to Sun World Ha Long Complex and Koi Bridge for a wedding photoshoot, do not forget to contact a reliable Vietnam tour operator, helloVietnam tour operator for example, to get the best deals and support for your trip.