The Wooden Bridges in Cua Can
Phu Quoc Island boasts some of Asia’s must romantic rustic bridges and majority of them can be found in the small fishing village of Cua Can (Cửa Cạn). As the islands continues to develop we suspect these wooden bridges will be replaced by more modern ones so come see them while you can. Below you will find a detail account of all the bridges found in Cua Can.
Cua Can Village Wooden Bridges Overview
North of Duong Dong Town is the small coastal community of Cua Can. Here you will find a few picturesque old wooden bridges which are accessible by either foot, bicycle, or motorbike. These bridges have been slated to be torn down so see them before they are gone.
Main Cua Can Wooden Bridge
The following wooden bridge is the largest bridge in Cua Can Village and the most photographed. Crossing this bridge will take you to a coastal road that leads to Vung Bau Beach.
Smaller Cửa Cạn Bridges
These smaller wooden bridges (see below) are located near the Cua Can River.