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U Bein Bridge (Myanmar)

Although this bridge seems to be in the middle of a refurbishment, it remains in this state year-round. The 1.2 km-long bridge spans Myanmar’s Taungthaman Lake.

U Bein Bridge (Myanmar)

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U Bein Bridge, built of teakwood in 1850, is said to be the world’s oldest teakwood bridge. During the sunset, it is a famous tourist attraction and provides a lovely backdrop for photographs. It’s possible to walk the full length of the bridge, which is manned by locals who sell trinkets and refreshments.