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U Bein Bridge

Amarapura, Myanmar
09-400509575
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Private Tour: 3-Hour Sunset at U Bein Bridge
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Amarapura, Myanmar
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Was walking the whole way along the bridge to the other side. You will meet many locals. Don't be surprised if they are taking pictures of you! A very good spot for photography and to relax a bit. On the main side of the bridge...More

Thank Lukas L
Reviewed 1 week ago

I was at the -Bein Bridge around 11a.m. This world's longest teak footbridge gently curves 1.2km across the Taungthaman Lake. Having walked two-third of the bridge from west to east and back, the bridge was a good way for both locals and tourists. I strongly...More

Thank GohKL
Reviewed 1 week ago

I had a lot of time to explore this place when I waited a sunset. 2-3 hours is enough to look around, walk on the bridge and find a good place to take a pictures of sunset (I choose on field on left side)

Thank disbag
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I visit this place 2 times. One is in the evening during sunset and another on is in the morning during sunrise. I really like this place when you stand and see people cross the bridge and some people fishing in the lake under the...More

1  Thank Tip I
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The world longest teak wood bridge in Taung Tha Man Lake is really really good spot to chill out the sun set time. My family had great time at that awesome bridge. Nearby shops are also the good places to sit for a while to...More

Thank TZ00
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

OK - anothe iconic view of Myanmar but this was organised by Pandaw Cruises with a small boat taking a ride under the bridge with cocktails to drink whilst watching the sun set. Yes, I know it is a bit corny but lovely nonetheless and...More

Thank Stephanie P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This spot is obviously crowded at sunset and lined with many stores , so grab a wooden boat and let them paddle you into the mifddle of the lake . And from here watch the locals walk along this incredible bridge and enjoy the calm...More

Thank Amber D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This bridge is famous and once you are on it can understand why it is a must for tourists. The surrounding market and shops are also interesting, and you easily spend quite some time just looking around.

1  Thank slwityk
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Although quite touristy even in low season, this wooden bridge is a must visit. Really nice to stroll down to the other side around sunset to have some nice shots.

1  Thank Henry A
Reviewed 17 August 2017

We went here in the middle of a hot day. The water level around the bridge was very high and several restaurants (I think) were under water. It was interesting to see but our guide pushed us to go further and further for very little...More

Thank donandkeo
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HunnyBeeSanFran
10 March 2016|
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Response from Antonio_UK_12 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Bunny Most of the people go there from mandalay as only $5 by taxi and not much to do at the U Being Bridge on top of the bridge itself and a nice monk's monastery where you can see local donors offering food to monks. so... More
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