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U Bein Bridge Myanmar


U Bien Bridge Myanmar


  • It is actually a bridging which traverses the Taungthaman Lake not far away from Amarapura in Myanmar. The Bridge which is 1.2-kilometre long was constructed round 1850 and it is thought to be the longest and oldest teakwood bridge all over the world. Building activities started when Ava Kingdom’s capital was shifted to Amarapura. The bridge is named after the mayor who had constructed it. It’s used as an essential passage for the local people and has also turned into a tourist attraction and for that reason an important source of income for gift sellers. It’s specifically busy during months of July and August when the lake is at its highest level.



U Bien Bridge Myanmar