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Coordinates: 6°1′21.69″N 101°58′29.81″E / 6.0226917°N 101.9749472°E / 6.0226917; 101.9749472

Sungai Golok Bridge
Jambatan Rantau Panjang-Sungai Golok
Official name Rantau Panjang-Sungai Golok Bridge
Carries Motor vehicles
Crosses Kolok River, Malaysia-Thailand Border
Locale Rantau Panjang, Kelantan
Design box girder bridge
Total length 109.73 m (360 ft)
Width 11.58 m (38 ft)
Longest span 30.48 m (100 ft), each of 3 spans
Constructed by Chang Loon Construction Co., Ltd.
Opened 21 May 1973

Rantau Panjang-Sungai Golok Bridge (Malay: Jambatan Rantau Panjang-Sungai Golok, Thai: สะพานโก-ลก), popularly called the "Harmony Bridge" (Malay: Jambatan Muhibah), is a road bridge crossing Kolok River (Malay: Sungai Golok) of the Malaysia-Thailand border, connecting Rantau Panjang town in Kelantan, Malaysia, with Su-ngai Kolok town in Narathiwat, Thailand; spanning to the south of cross-border railway bridge nearby. The bridge is a part of Asian highway network AH 18, including Thailand Route 4056 and Federal Route Jkr-ft3.png. It was jointly built by the governments of both countries, and was officially opened on May 21, 1973 by both Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak bin Haji Dato' Hussein Al-Haj and Thai Prime Minister Field Marshal Thanom Kittikachorn.



The bridge is a beam bridge with box girders. Main part includes 3 spans, using prestressed concrete, with each length of 30.48 m (100 ft). Each end is connected to a ferroconcrete span, with length of 9.14 m (30 ft). It is overall 109.73 m (360 ft) long, with 7.32 m (24 ft) wide road surface and 2.13 m (7 ft) wide walkway each side.[1]


Construction was done by Chang Loon Construction Co., Ltd., a Malaysian contractor which won the bidding-held meanwhile in both countries-on September 25, 1970. The ask price was M$630,000 or ฿4,500,000. A contract was signed on December 16, 1970, as both governments paid half each. Since the construction was finished on March 20, 1973, after deadline on June 15, 1972, then the company had to pay overtime penalty M$200 or ฿1,400 a day; totally M$36,000 or ฿252,000.[1]


  1. ^ a b (Thai) Department of Highways, Thailand

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