Chroy Changvar Bridge

Local nameChroy Changvar Bridge
LocationPhnom Penh, Cambodia

The Chroy Changva Bridge is a 709-meter bridge that crosses the Tonle Sap River in Phnom Penh, originally built in 1963, with Japanese aid. Severely damaged during the civil war, in 1972 and 1973, it remained closed until it reopened on the 26th of February 1994

About 10 km north of it there is another bridge the Prek Kdam Bridge, then the Prek Pnov Bridge and no more bridges on the Tonle Sap, a temporary bridge should open en April 2018, the construction of a concrete bridge should start just after that.

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Address Cambodia-Japan Friendship Bridge, Cambodia

Coordinates 11°35'14.74" N 104°55'20.414" E

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