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Sai Van Bridge

English: Sai Van Bridge, Portuguese: Ponte de Sai Van, Traditional: 西灣大橋, Simplified: 西湾大桥

Sai Van Bridge is one of three bridges that connect the Macau Peninsula to the Cotai Strip and Taipa Island.

Featuring cable and elegant arches, the bridge opened to the public in 2004 and measures 2.2 kilometres long.

Sai Van Bridge, History, Length, Width, Photos, Macau To Taipa

The bridge was built above the Praia Grande Bay and has a double-deck design. Should a strong typhoon hit, the lower deck was designed to be used, which may affect the other two bridges. Tourists can cross this bridge to enjoy the picturesque views over the bay before heading to beautiful landmarks on either end of the bridge.

There are many attractions and activities on the Taipa side of the Sai Van Bridge. The Leisure Area on Taipa Waterfront features several amenities for those who enjoy keeping fit; these include a cycling and jogging path, a kids’ playground, and outdoor fitness equipment. Fitness enthusiasts widely use it, and it is usually a flurry of activity by people of all ages who exercise. Other amenities include a bicycle rental service and drink kiosks. Other nearby sites include the Jardim Oceano.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the bridge, you can explore the Sai Van Lake Park, a tranquil space for a stroll or to take in the sunset views.

The Macau Tower is also situated nearby, an excellent destination for travellers of all ages. Adventure enthusiasts can try the adrenaline-pumping bungy jump and the thrilling SkyWalk. There are many things to do here, including dining at one of their luxurious restaurants with a panoramic view of Macau; they also have shopping and convention amenities.

No matter which way you go from the Sai Van Bridge, an unforgettable experience awaits you.

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