Really nice place for a short bike ride from Mandaly city. Definitely visit for sunrise and get a coco in the middle of the bridge.
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We thought this might be over-rated but lived up to the information about it! We hired a motorbike to drive over from our hotel in Mandalay city and it took around 25 minutes to get there. We stopped at Mahagandhayon Monastery first, which is close...More
U Bein Bridge is only the world's longest teak bridge supported by over 1,000 teak pillars. The bridge is crossing Taung Tha Man Lake and suitated near the famous Maghagandayon monastery in Amarapura. On that bridge, it can be enjoyed sunrise and sunset feeling the...More
We were there for only some hours in the afternoon for chasing the sunset (but it was too cloudy, so sad) The bridge was soooo crowded by tourists, especially the Taiwanese and Chinese. Some local guys drunken and they run after us. They were rude...More
Reading the everyday news about the most architecturally advanced bridges, and the longest and most high-tech glass bridges, here it brings you back to what real bridges are like - teak wood bridge that has braved 200 years of flooding and monsoons. There are farmers...More
A picture of U Bein Bridge from the cover of Amitav Ghosh's great book 'The Glass Palace' has stuck with years and was nod of the things that inspired me to visit Mandalay. All I can say is it lives up to expectations in. Beauty...More
I went there with a rented motorbike. Took me -+ 30 min to reach it.. Around the bridge there are lots of shops and restaurants. The bridge it self is amazing.. Only possible across by walk or bicycle.. Avoid the peak of Sun cause could...More
U Bein Bridge is the only place that attracts me to visit Mandalay and I don't feel disappointed. The sunset here is fantastic and peaceful.