The Rama VIII Bridge is a cable stayed bridge crossing the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand. The bridge has an asymmetrical design, with a single pylon in an inverted Y shape located on the western bank of the river. The Bridge opened in 2002 and was one of the world's largest asymmetrical cable stayed bridges at the time of it's opening. It has a walkway and cyclist lane for people to enjoy the views it is one of the best sunset views in Bangkok looking over the river from standing on the Rama VIII Bridge.
The bridge connects the old town area (Visutkasat) with Arun Amarin area on another side of the river. The construction took around 3 years and it was eventually completed in 2002. The bridge was named after the late King Anada Mahidol and was inaugurated on his birthday.
Looking at Rama VIII Bridge from underneath.
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