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Hanging Bridge along Sevilla River in Bohol
Philippines

These bridge which are made of bamboo that hangs across the Sevilla River which is about 30 - 40 m long is another additional attraction for the tourist in Bohol.

The bridge is about 10-20 m high and underneath you will see some boat accross along the river which they called Floating Restaurant.

Crossing the bridge will take you 5 to 10 minutes but you can stay at the center no matter how long you want or if you want to get thrilled as bridge sways.

We got here as part of the tour package going to Chocolate Hills. For more pls visit VirtualTourph.com

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Uploaded: 08/02/2013
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Tags: hanging bridge; bilar; bohol; floating restaurant; river; loboc
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