Ref No. 245 | Updated: December 27, 2012
The original Sarasin Bridge was opened in 1967 and was named in honour of Pote Sarasin, a former prime minister of Thailand. It connects the island of Phuket with the mainland at Tha Noon in Phang Nga province, and until recently carried all of the northbound traffic leaving Phuket. In 2011, after the completion of the Srisoonthorn Bridge, Sarasin Bridge was pedestrianised and a view tower constructed. The bridge is a popular spot for fishing and locals often stop here for a photo on this famous spot, particularly at sunset.
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