Reasons to Recommend: U Bein Bridge is located near the ancient city of Amara Pura, across East Taman Lake, with a total length of about 1.2 kilometers. It is the longest teak bridge in the world. It was built in the period of King Mindong of the Gongbang Dynasty. The piers, bridges, and wooden boards for paving the bridge were all made of precious teak, which has survived centuries of wind and rain and is immortal. Every sunset, there will be people coming and going on U Bein Bridge, you can take a walk on U Bein Bridge before sunset. There are six pavilions at the head of the bridge, the middle of the bridge and the tail of the bridge, which symbolize the "Six Harmonies" of Buddhism. It is said that when the locals are in love, they will travel thousands of miles to climb the bridge, praying for the eternal preservation of these six spirits of harmony and mutual respect, so that the love will last longer. If you are tired of walking, there are places selling palm juice, coconut juice and other drinks under the bridge, as well as small handicrafts. When the sun sets in the west, U Bein Bridge is dyed orange by the afterglow of the setting sun, and the silhouette of dead trees by the lake is very meaningful. You also have the chance to encounter red-clothed monks and colorful-clothed girls walking across the bridge in groups. There are piers at both ends of the bridge and in the middle of the bridge. Many tourists will take wooden boats to cruise the lake, watch the sunset from a distance, and take pictures of the classic U Bein Bridge at dusk. It is recommended to arrive at U Bein Bridge earlier, walk from one end of the bridge to the other end (about half an hour), and then take a boat to watch the sunset while returning, you can experience the beauty of U Bein Bridge from different perspectives. The sunset of U Bein Bridge is beautiful, but there are more tourists. If you want to feel a little more life, you can come here in the early morning to watch the sunrise, not only the scenery is beautiful, but there are also fewer people.