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[Photos] New Bridge Cutting Distance From HCMC To Mekong Delta Opens Tomorrow

Starting tomorrow, city travelers will be able to cut their trip to My Tho from 100 kilometres to 25 kilometres, reports Tuoi Tre.


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The four-lane My Loi bridge links Saigon with Tien Giang province, spanning over 2.6 kilometres across the Vam Co River. The bridge reportedly took 20 months to construct and came with a price tag of VND 1.44 trillion (USD$63.8 million).

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