longest suspension bridges in the world

Akashi Kaikyo Bridge is one of the longest suspension bridges in the world. Locate in Kobe city Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, also known as the Pearl Bridge.

Akashi Kaikyo Bridge was first built in April 1986 before being open in April 1998. The bridge structure is connect by dark silver steel. It has a total length of more than 4 kilometers, supporting cars that travel up to 6 lanes.

Until it is raise to be one of the longest suspension bridges in the world. Which stretches parallel to the sea ​​as far as the eye can see. Which serves as a link between the city of Kobe with the city of Awaji Hyogo Prefecture

It is also one of the main transportation routes that tourists use to travel to the island of Honshu (Honshu) and the island of Shikoku (Shikokyu), a popular tourist island of Japan.

In terms of its role as a tourist attraction of the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge (Kobe City side) There is a park area (Hyogo Prefectural Maiko Park) that is open to tourists to see the view of the bridge. It is also consider a popular fishing destination for local people.

As well as the Maiko Marine Promenade, an observatory 50 meters above sea level, and the Bridge Exhibition Center, where you can learn about different stories. Of this bridge Whether it’s construction, bridge modeling, various techniques apply to the bridge, etc.