The Bingwan Bridge is a prominent landmark in Yiwu as well as a popular tourist attraction in the area. The bridge was established in 1998 by the Shanghai Municipal Engineering Design Institute and is renowned for its architectural magnificence. The bridge functions as a road bridge, with its main span measuring up to 80 metres in length. It features a series of steel arches and lampposts that light up at night, illuminating the area and creating a truly breathtaking view. The Bingwan Bridge is also in the near vicinity of the main city, and numerous shopping opportunities and dining options are never too far away. The fantastic views and the delightful atmosphere of the bridge area is what make it an attraction worth-visiting.
Around 1 hour
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The view of the bridge area at night
Designated prayer room facilities near Bingwan Bridge will be unavailable, but plenty of open private space is available in the area and can be made use of during prayer times. Muslim travellers may also visit some of the mosques near Bingwan Bridge such as the Yiwu Mosque, which is the main mosque of Yiwu and another prominent landmark in the city.
There are numerous restaurants near Bingwan Bridge and Muslim travellers may find access to Halal food near Bingwan Bridge at some of the Halal restaurants in the area. Some of the Halal restaurants in Yiwu near Bingwan Bridge include a number of halal food outlets and restaurants such as the Tajmahal (Eiman) Restaurant, Madina Muslim Restaurant and the Ward Restaurant.