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U Bein Bridge

Amarapura, Myanmar
+95 9 40050 9575
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“teak wood” (60 reviews)
“water level” (12 reviews)
“small boat” (13 reviews)
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Amarapura, Myanmar
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"teak wood"
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"water level"
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"small boat"
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"boat ride"
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"beautiful sunset"
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"dry season"
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"watch your step"
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"sun setting"
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"sun sets"
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"sunset photos"
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"watch the sunset"
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"taking pictures"
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"nice walk"
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"rainy season"
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"local life"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

1 Raining season is very difficult to travel in Mandalay region. But you can touch fresh air because it's not dusty. 2. You can take the picture on boats and this bridge. 3. You can watch a beautiful sunset.

Thank Myo M
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This place was a big highlight for me in Mandalay, in Burma even. We got there in time for sunset for some nice golden hour pictures and we even strolled on the bridge ourselves. It was so pretty to photograph from below and also from...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

U Bein bridge offers a different experience during Summer. Although there're no waters due to the hot season, you are still able to capture very nice pictures of the bridge and its surroundings, as well as to walk down to the "dry" river bed and...More

1  Thank Leolwll
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Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

The lake has no water in dry season so it’s not too amazing for me. You should try to visit it at rain season where all around are water, I only see it in others’ pictures though.

Thank Tài M
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Reviewed 30 April 2018

U Bein Bridge itself is an incredible structure and a fantastic place to take photos and go for a short walk. The one thing that currently ruins it is that the area surrounding it has become increasingly busy and run down over time with a...More

1  Thank tasstw
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Reviewed 29 April 2018

Highly over rated. As part of our tour we went out on gondolas on the lake to photograph the bridge at sunset, unfortunatly during low water season the coaches park under the bridge and where the sun sets is directly overhead which does spoil the...More

Thank Roger H
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Reviewed 28 April 2018

On every tour itinerary around Mandalay this bridge is described as a top attraction??!! I maybe don't understand that fuss, but it's just a bridge. OK, it is almost 200y old, made of around 1000 teak pillars, but that's it. Nothing spectacular. Every tour operator...More

Thank B1714D
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Reviewed 22 April 2018

We went there as strongly suggested to. Our initial reluctance came from the fact it requires a long drive to get there. But I have to admit, there is something special about that bridge. And I don't really know what. We saw mostly local people...More

Thank Swissdiver
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Reviewed 12 April 2018

This wonderful, historic teak bridge is a must see in Myanmar - there are no guard rails on the edge, yet I strolled along with the rest of the locals and tourists (and hundreds of Buddhist monks) without fear. Inexplucable to me, as I have...More

Thank AnnCMc
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Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

My friend told me that you must see U Bein Bridge. It is true that this is a popular place for watching sunset and sunrise with spectacular view. You can see many local people in nice wears and tourists stroll here. You can see many...More

Thank LNKHN
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Pavitra M
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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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