Pamban Bridge, India The town of Rameswaram, on Pamban Island, is connected to the Indian mainland by a one-and-a-half-mile bridge with 143 piers opened in 1914, which makes for a breathtaking home straight for travellers arriving here from the Indian city of Chennai. Rameswaram itself is a holy Hindu site, and a popular pilgrimage. Picture: AP/FOTOLIA
Pamban Bridge: Ever pictured driving yourself on a path with water all around you? Precisely this is the place where you will find the endless ocean and the moist breeze. The Pamban Bridge is a cantilever bridge that connects Pamban and Tamil Nadu, India. The stretch is about 13.5 km long and can be covered in about 20 minutes, but it is a once in a lifetime kind of experience.