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U Bein Bridge

4.6/5
465 Reviews
Bridge
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Amarapura, Mandalay, Myanmar
Phone: +95-9-400509575

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U Bein Bridge, the longest teak bridge in the world, is the most famous attraction in Myanmar, and almost every tourist to Myanmar will come here. U Bein Bridge is not as long as expected, but the sunset is beautiful, it is a good place to watch the sunset slowly

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Half-Day Mingun Excursion from Mandalay by Boat
Half-Day Mingun Excursion from Mandalay by Boat
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Introduction

U Bein Bridge is located near the ancient city of Amalapa, across the East Taman Lake. Built of precious teakwood, it has survived since 1850, likely making it the oldest surviving example of teakwood bridge construction. Sunsets over U Bein Bridge are very romantic and one of Myanmar's most famous landscapes. There are six pavilions along the bridge, which symbolize the "six spirits" of Buddhism. It is said that when Burmese people fall in love, they come to the bridge from a thousand miles away, praying for their love to last longer. To the locals then, U Bein Bridge is also called "the lover's bridge."
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