The Duona Suspension Bridge
The maintenance of Duona Suspension Bridge was completed in February 17, 2015. With the maximum capacity of 100 persons, no vehicles and motorcycles are allowed on the bridge. For all drivers and motorcyclists, please park your vehicles in the parking lot near Wanshan entrance of the hanging bridge. Thank you for your cooperation.
The Duona Suspension Bridge, which spans Zhuokou River and connects the two mountains of Meiya Valley and Duona, is 232 meters long and 103 meters tall. As its name implies, is it a high, precipitous suspension bridge. It has been an important passage for the Rukai people since the Japanese Colonial Era, floating in the clouds between the mountains like a rainbow.
Its heads are decorated with Rukai totems like water caltrops, lily figs and hundred-pace vipers, which are particularly set off by the turquoise mountains and green water.
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Maolin Dist., Kaohsiung City, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
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Last Updated:2017-07-12 10:15:44