Biliran Bridge: Linking Biliran to Leyte and to the Rest of the Philippines

The Biliran Bridge is a bridge that serves as a link between the islands and provinces of Biliran and Leyte in the eastern part of Visayas. Biliran Bridge represents a handshake of cooperation and friendship between the two vibrant municipalities of Biliran, Biliran and Leyte, Leyte and enhances faster political and economic progress to the region.

Leyte end of Biliran Bridge

Leyte end of Biliran Bridge

I went here at around 1:30 p.m. on July 19, 2013. This was during my first time in Biliran, the 23nd province on my list.

Biliran Bridge Arc seen from Leyte end

Biliran Bridge Arc seen from Leyte end

Opened in 1975, Biliran Bridge spans across a very narrow channel around 100 meters below it. It is approximately 150 meters long.

Biliran Bridge seen from Biliran

Biliran Bridge seen from Biliran

From the bridge, you can see Poro Island below it and the nearby Calumpijan Island.

Biliran destinations: Tinago Falls

Biliran Bridge seen from Leyte

Biliran Bridge seen from Leyte

Leyte destinations: Leyte Provincial Capitol

Biliran end of Biliran Bridge

Biliran end of Biliran Bridge

How to go to Biliran Bridge

From Manila Domestic Airport, rideĀ an hour and 15 minutes plane ride going to Tacloban, Leyte.

From downtown Tacloban, ride a van (duptours or van-vans) or bus going to Naval, Biliran and tell the driver to drop you off at Biliran Bridge.

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