Pamban Bridge is an engineering prodigy that evokes nothing but awe! Very few people can actually forget their train journeys on this bridge that stands tall as one of the most spectacular and precious attractions of the South. It connects the Rameswaram Island to mainland. The central part of the bridge has been designed by Scherzer- an engineer from Germany. Pamban Bridge is the 2nd largest sea bridge in India that spans a distance of 2 kilometers and has 143 piers. Earlier, the bridge was used for transporting pilgrims to the temple on Rameswaram Island. Visit the strait to have a stunning and short trip over the beautiful sea in Tamil Nadu.14.8 kilometers from the main bus stand at Rameswaram, you can reach this bridge through private vehicles and government buses. Auto rickshaws and taxis are also available conveyances stopping at the bridge. Wondering what’s up for you there? You get the view of the Rameswaram Island from the bridge along with the view of the nearby islands and the Kunthukal Vivekananda memorial. Dry fishes are something that you will find within affordable range once you cross the bridge. You also get the scope of spending some quality time with friends and family at the Children’s Park located on Mandapam Shore. This shore lies at the farther end of the bridge. Surrounded by calm and pristine waters as far as the eyes can see, this architectural marvel will surely make your journey more of an adventure. Want to know more? Click on the link.