The bridge was constructed to keep every motorist safe from landslides and road slips but eventually became the Philippines’ newest “makikiraan lang po” attraction. It is now well known as Agas Agas Bridge, perhaps the name is derived from the Bisaya word “agas” to mean water flow or “aga-agas”, overflowing. Though I haven’t seen any overflowing water in the area, but the place offers an overflowing view of mountains and trees and sky and, in a given day, fog and cold mountain breeze. Breathtaking. For your information, the height of the bridge is sky-scraping.
This is worth a try before the “strong men stoop and the sun and the light grow dark; before the dust returns to the ground it came from…” (taken out of context from Ecclesiastes 12, NIV. The quoted Chapter 12 actually says, "Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the days of trouble come, and the years approach when you will say - I find no pleasure in them - before the sun and the light and the moon and the stars grow dark..." so on.)