Asia

Tsing Ma Bridge in Hong Kong

Tsing Ma Bridge is a bridge in Hong Kong. It is the world’s 11th-longest span suspension bridge and was the second longest at time of completion. The bridge was named after the two islands it connects, namely Tsing Yi and Ma Wan. Tsing Ma Bridge is 2.2 km long suspension bridge designed by world-famous architect Norman Foster and can see the scenic views of Hong Kong Island.

Tsing Ma Bridge is the longest bridge in the world with a middle length about 1,377 meters and 206 meters high. This designed by a famous architect “Norman Foster” and took over 5 years to finished. They opened in May 1997 and become the 2nd longest ranked suspension bridge in the world.

How to get there:

By Train:

  • Use the MTR and get off at Tsing Yi Station and Exit A1, then take the 308M mini bus or take a taxi to Lantau Link Visitors Center, a tourist information center and observation deck.

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