This is the incredible 3,300 foot bamboo bridge in Cambodia that is taken down and rebuilt every single year.
The crossing contains 50,000 sticks of bamboo and is built during the dry season to link the town of Kampong Cham with 1,000 families on Koh Paen island across the Mekong River.
However, just before the rainy season (May to November), locals dismantle the bridge and store all of the bamboo before the river floods.
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