Sri Lanka has a bridge called Nine Arches Bridge. It is among the outstanding railroad constructions from the colonial era in the nation. With the assistance of British experts, a native Ceylonese builder named P. K. Appuhamy was largely credited with building the bridge.
How to Get to Ella’s Nine Arch Bridge
The 30-meter-high Demodara Nine Arch Bridge is one of Ella’s most popular attractions. You can get to this lovely piece of architecture buried among the tea fields in a 30-minute trek through the bush. Alternatively, you can also take a tuk-tuk to get you close to the bridge and make the rest of the way on foot!
Entry fee for the Nine Arch Bridge
Is there a good time to visit the Nine Arch Bridge?
The bridge is always accessible because it is a working train line, however, it is not recommended to visit after dark as it can be quite dangerous.
History of Nine Arch Bridge
One of Sri Lanka’s most famous landmarks and one of the most photographed locations in the nation is the Nine Arch Bridge in Ella. The bridge, built by the British in 1921, was initially intended to be made of steel.