The second Friendship Bridge connecting Thailand and Laos Savannakhet Mukdahan. The two lanes of 12 meters (39 feet) wide, 1,600 meters (5,200 feet) long bridge was opened in January 9, 2007.
There are only three bridges, located in Champasak province, Laos. Unlike bridges of friendship, the bridge is not a border. It is 1380 meters (4528 feet) long and was completed in 2000 (Pakxe bridge 15 ° 6'19 .95 "N 105 ° 48'49 .51" E).
A new bridge over the Mekong River and was completed in 2011, connecting the border towns of Chiang Khong (Thailand) and Ban Houayxay (Laos) as part of the Asian Highway third Chinese and Thai governments agreed to build bridges and share of the estimated costs 33USD million U.S. dollars project.
Another new bridge was built [Neak Leung], a Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh Japanese state support, expected to open in 2014.
Cambodia has one of two lanes of the bridge, the Kizuna bridge in the city of Kompong Cham, on the highway linking Phnom Penh with the remote provinces of Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri provinces, Laos and beyond.
The bridge Prek TAMAK, 40 km north of Phnom Penh will give another bond in 2011.
Phnom Penh itself has no bridge under construction, although two new bridges have been recently opened in the Tonle Sap, and the main road bridge in Ho Chi Minh doubled in 2010.
In Vietnam since 2000, the My Thuan Bridge (MY Thuan) exceeds the first channel first ten kilometers of Vinh Long (Vinh Long), Rach Mieu Bridge, and from 2008 (Rach Mieu) than it is about ten miles before de My Tho ( My Tho), between the provinces of de road Giang (Road Giang) and Ben Tre (Ben Tre).
Bridge Can Tho (Can Tho), through the second channel, which opened in 2010, is the longest cable-stayed bridge with a major in South Asia.