Mike and I rented bikes and pedaled for 45 minutes in the 100+ degree heat out to U-Bein Bridge, arguably the most photographed thing in Myanmar. The bridge itself is .75-miles (1.2 km) long and is the oldest and longest teak (a type of wood) bridge in the world. The bridge is supported by 1,086 wooden pillars that stick up out of the water.
But mostly the bridge just looks really cool. It’s fun to walk across it and watch the locals enjoying themselves in the water.
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