Bogoda Wooden Bridge, Badulla

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Built across the Galland Oya River in the 16th century, Bogoda Wooden Bridge is entirely made up of organic material, chiefly jackfruit and arjun tree logs and wooden nails. Standing on a huge, 11 m (36 ft) long tree trunk, the 1.5 m (4.9 ft) wide footbridge has wooden fences erected on either side. The structure is covered by a 2.4 m (7.9 ft) tiled roof spanning its entire length of nearly 15 m (49 ft). This is considered as the oldest surviving wooden bridge in Sri Lanka. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Bogoda Wooden Bridge by using our Badulla itinerary planner.
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  • Bogoda bridge is situated in the Bogoda temple premises. Bridge is completely made up of wood. It also has a roof. The uniqueness of the bridge is that a single piece of wood connects the two banks...  more »
  • It was a wonderful experience to visit this attraction. The Buddhist monk on site explained the history of the bridge. It is a fascinating part of Sri Lanka’s history. The location is a bit of off...  more »
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  • The whole bridge is made of wooden but now it had conserved and named as a world heritage. You have to remove your shoes to walk on the bridge.
  • You cnt take pics th ere but its good to visit in ur way also the view there is realy pleasant

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