West Sumatra, Indonesia, May 14, 2016 – The root bridge is a bridge formed of two interwoven tree roots grow opposite and extends over the Batang Bayang River in Pesisir Selatan, West Sumatra, Indonesia. Local communities named Titian Aka (Minang language) and according to them this bridge has been there for hundreds of years ago. Communities around the Root Bridge believes people bathing in Batang Bayang River in the position just below the bridge would be easy to get a mate. (Dedy Sutisna/Riau Images)