The Magnificent Karst Bridges Of Wulong

The stunning Three Natural Bridges in Wulong National Geology Park – a UNESCO World Heritage site, and setting for key scenes in “Transformers 4: Age  of Extinction” & “Curse of the Golden Flower” – was the highlight of our China trip along with Laitan ancient town. I featured both in some of my earliest posts.

The 200 metre high Tianlong (Sky Dragon) Bridge. The two red clad people at the base add a sense of scale.
The 200 metre high Tianlong (Sky Dragon) Bridge. The two red clad figures at the base give a sense of scale.

Here is a recap in photos of that visit, and of our spectacular descent into the 1.5 kilometre gorge. (All shot with a point and shoot that has long since been retired.)

Thank you for reading & have a great weekend!

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Hi, I'm Madhu. Wanderer. Travel blogger. Story teller. Bitten late and hard by the travel bug, I am on a mission to make up for lost time.

100 thoughts on “The Magnificent Karst Bridges Of Wulong

  1. I read your comments with Cathy (Dutchak) and they made me smile. I’ll just fit in Burma, Vietnam… while I’m here 🙂 Ever onwards before time runs out! She’s published some stunning photos of the karst landscape. I’m just jealous of the pair of you, Madhu 🙂 🙂

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