Jambatan Seri Wawasan

We were there recently to have a night view of the Seri Wawasan bridge. I had seen this bridge several times but only in the day time. 

Love the view of the bridge in the evening..


Love the architectural designs..


and its lighting at night..
gorgeous green
radiant red
breezy blue
purposeful purple

I was simply amazed by its changing colors..


Seri Wawasan Bridge is the most elegant of the bridges in Putrajaya. Its futuristic design combines cable back stays and standard steel tie backs. Its curvaceous and slender profile is easily visible from many vantage points in the city. At night the bridge is illuminated with changing coloured lights. The bridge is 240m long and the main span is 168m long. There are 102 cables used in its construction. 
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Comments

  1. This bridge is a poupular spot for tour groups during the day. ;p

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  2. Cool! You were around the neighborhood.

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  3. Wow...now it really looked beautiful when it changes its colours. :D

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  4. oh you went to Putrajaya?? i have not been there for more than 5 times i think, haha.. but i really like the buildings there, very unique and beautiful..

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    1. it's nice to explore its uniqueness..

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  5. wow, you took all those photos at night?? brilliant!! the colors look so vibrant and sharp with the dark sky at the background..

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  6. so you see such a nice bridge and all the unique buildings.. have you wonder how much have been spent on all them??

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    1. well, I will need to google about that..

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  7. I never been there before.. but I heard it is very nice and quiet at night.. all the lightings..

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    1. you should visit it at least once..

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  8. wow that bridge was some sort of a masterpiece who ever design that was a genius

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  9. nice changes in you layout wennn though nothing much is change it was still refreshing to see your blog this way

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  10. with or with out lights it was superb i bet they'll get used of this on new year like those other cities does

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    1. yes, popular during festive seasons..

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  11. my blogging seems going back to normal thanks god
    happy blogging wenn have a grerat day and god bless you always

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  12. paiseh...i never really upclose snap photo of the bridge

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  13. Many couples come here to have their wedding photos taken.

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    1. cos it's a unique bridge..

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    2. LOL....J school trip will be going to this Jambatan. I just saw their schedule

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  14. The night view terrific :) Didnt know the bridge changes color.

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    1. I didn't know too until I saw it..

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