The 20 inches wide and 400 inches long hanging bridge established a stable trading business with Tamil Nadu, many traders came and settled in Punaloor and the Tamil culture got more inculcated over there.
In 1970 the vehicle transportation was prohibited and from 1990 the government has taken over it as a heritage monument.
Avoiding the Concrete bridge, many kids preferred to walk over the hanging bridge. Even at midnight there were many visitors to visit and to capture images.
To reach Punaloor -
It's an important city in Kollam district very close to Tamil Nadu. From Kollam district it's almost 45km, from Trivandrum district it is 65km and from Pathanamthitta district its 50km.
The highway which connects Tamil Nadu is NH 220 and it's almost 265km. It starts from Kollam and passes through Punaloor. From here Kayamkulam, Kulathoorpuzha and Trivandrum state highways pass through. The important places near Punaloor are Kottarakara, Angal, Kulathoorpuzha, Pathanapuram and Adoor.
Famous and big bridge in Punaloor, Kollam