deathakissaway: That is awesome.
9999monkeys: Photo by [Amos Chapple](https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2014/08/meghalaya-the-wettest-place-on-earth/100797/).
-Huntr: Straight out of dark souls ..
11cornycow11: This bridge is in the cleanest village of Asia, Mawlynnong and it is located in the North eastern part of India. (Yep. I am from the North Eastern part of India)
yknphotoman: How… is that possible?
CaDoran: Let’s list some corporations who wouldn’t tear it down to build a factory.
Sky_Pirate_XII: I remember this part of Final Fantasy IX
curlyycomet: I would like to cross this.
Shell_Z: I’m missing a Gandalf at the end of that bridge
PM_me_ur_bag_of_weed: There is a documentary called “Human Planet” and this bridge is featured on one of the episodes. Very good documentary if you like David Attenborough-esqe shows.
bidgrape: Is the forest temple at the other end
LessMochaJay: I know I’m not supposed to mention this movie but Bridge to Terabithia.
lolitastad: How old is ?
Seanusmaximus81: It’s great that kids are using it to go to school
georgiaraisef: I’d climb all over that thing for the fun of it
sackofscrewdrivers: Something out of Tomb Raider.
Shydore: So thats where Groot went when he got blown up 🤔
Dark_messengeR: More kids discovering the kingdom of Terabithia
Xerxesthemerciful: Ah, so thats how you get to Terabithia
remote_production: IIRC this is featured in the first episode of Wild India, which is available on Netflix
HoustonWelder: If this was in U.S.A. it would be destroyed in a week.
Daezzle: This seems like an awesome place. Too bad India is a giant garbarge disposal
Bobbicorn: The currency is rupees, they have this, fully convinced that India is Hyrule in disguise
dexdin: Hey this tree has fallen over the river and is allowing us to cross it
*lets throw some large rocks on it*