It’s just a highway bridge that was destroyed by bombing, but it’s good now. It’s mainly repaired by Japan. This bridge spans the Tonle Sap River. If you pass by, you can go and see it. There is no need to go out on a special trip. Certain scenery, but there are cars on the bridge and yellow water below
The first Chroy Changvar Bridge, more commonly known as the Cambodian-Japanese Friendship Bridge good to looking.
It is the oldest bride in Phnom Penh. It was sponsored by the people of Japan.
It is an ordinary road bridge and also an important traffic road in Phnom Penh.