Manggalipa Bridge is a Dutch heritage bridge. Manggalipa Bridge has a length of 24.7 m with a width of 3.5 m and a height of 3.7 m. The bridge is made of black wooden beams measuring between 1.5 m to 2 m long and 50 cm wide. The base of the bridge is composed of wooden beams across from north to south. At the top of the bridge, there are 2 pairs of wooden beams across the bridge from east to west. These wooden beams are connected by iron nails with a diameter of 1 cm to 1.5 cm.
On the side of the bridge, the protective walls of the bridge are constructed of wooden beams measuring 2 m long and 50 cm wide. These wooden beams are installed crosswise with a connector in the form of iron nails with a diameter of 1.5 cm. The side of the bridge wall is fitted with a tin roof measuring 100 cm long along the bridge. At the top of the bridge, there is a tin roof with a gable roof model supported by wooden beams.