The Bogoda bridge is over 400 years old and made entirely from wooden planks, which are said to have come from one tree. It is an exclusive construction as it has an 2.4 metres tall tiled roof structure for its entire span of nearly 15 metres length with a 1.5 metres breadth. Wooden fences of the bridge are decorated in various ancient designs and have been erected on either sides.
The structure of the bridge is standing on a huge tree trunk 11 metres in height. Jack fruit logs and Kumbuk logs were mainly used as the constructive material of the bridge. Furthermore, Kaluwara timber and Milla timber were used for the wooden decorations.