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U Bein Bridge

Amarapura, Myanmar
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Private Tour:Explore the Wonders of Mandalay Including Lunch on Boat
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Private Tour: 3-Hour Sunset at U Bein Bridge
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U Bein Bridge Sunset Cycling Day Tour from Mandalay
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Amarapura, Myanmar
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Reviewed 5 days ago

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
Reviewed 1 week ago

We borrowed bikes from the hotel, the journey was not great because it was hot and there were fumes from the heavy traffic. We bought bike helmets from a shop on the way, whether they would have been any use in an accident is questionable....More

Thank gibraltarr
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I strongly recommend coming here for sunrise (that means arriving before the sun rises) to see what an important role this piece of history plays in everyday life of Myanmar. Walk across the bridge and see the people exercising/living/cooking/fishing and greet the monks as they...More

Thank travellerOT
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The U Bein Bridge is pretty iconic of Myanmar so most tour companies would feature this as part of their itinerary. It's ok enough as a short visit or as part of a boat ride on the lake as there isn't a lot here to...More

2  Thank Slim5144
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

If you have to get that iconic sunset shot then this is the place. It has definitely got a reputation for tourists and you will see a lot there but you will still get some great shots. There is a market that has been built...More

Thank emily830419
Reviewed 16 July 2017

This was one of the highlights of our 3 weeks in Myanmar. Starting with the walk across the world’s oldest and longest teak wooden bridge, which felt like you were taking your life in your hands at time as there are no hand rails, it...More

Thank Adrian T
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

Considering Mandalay is a typical busy Asian city it's kinda nice to get out of the hustle and bustle and watch the sunset whilst on the bridge. Wouldn't say it's amazing, but for sure it's worth the visit.

Thank Callumn S
Reviewed 9 July 2017

I'll be honest I didn't know this bridge was a 'thing' before I went there. I just hired a guy to show me some sites in a day on a motorbike. So yeah at first I wasn't even sure what I was meant to be...More

Thank Fulhamsam
Reviewed 9 July 2017

Everyone in Mandalay want's to see the bridge. The bridge is about 20-30 minutes drive from city center, hire a taxi to get there. The busiest time is in the afternoon - most people came to see the sunset. Most popular site of Mandalay, be...More

Thank ShavyB
Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

In monsoon season, u r not likely to see the beautiful sunset which this place is well known as. Too cloudy to see the right sunset view. More over never take boat, all they r lier. They said I can take boat for more than...More

Thank chanhoy2017
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