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a bridge where there aren't many

Okay it's just a bridge. But still sort of an attraction as there are just not very many bridges... read more

Reviewed 14 November 2017
AzRat
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Arizona
Everyone stops here for the views!

One of the pre-set stops by all the tour guides on the way to Sagaing Hill with great views onto... read more

Reviewed 20 February 2017
Asian_Wanderer888
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München, Deutschland
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13 Nov 2017
“a bridge where there aren't many”
5 Feb 2018
“Beautiful bridge”
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Sagaing, Myanmar
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Reviewed 6 February 2018

This bridge is connected Mandalay to Sagain and west part. It has separated walk-way attached with main road and we can bike on it. We can see the river boats, bamboo rafting, jetty, pagodas and life in the river. At the top of the bridge,...More

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Reviewed 14 November 2017

Okay it's just a bridge. But still sort of an attraction as there are just not very many bridges across the Irrawaddy River, and a point of local pride and progress. Completed in 2008 to augment the Ava Bridge (which has more character) for the...More

Thank AzRat
Reviewed 20 February 2017

One of the pre-set stops by all the tour guides on the way to Sagaing Hill with great views onto the Irrawaddy River and the hills of Sagaing. Definitely worth for a photo or two.

Thank Asian_Wanderer888
Reviewed 19 February 2017

Drove with tour guide across both the old and the new bridge. The new Yadanabon bridge is just for cars; nothing special. The old Inwa bridge was more interesting as it still has railway in middle.

Thank sactokw
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Good view of Sagaing and it was just a 5 minute stop for the photo opportunity on your way to other sites.

Thank André B
Reviewed 3 January 2017 via mobile

Stop on the bridge for excellent views of Saigang hills which is dotted with pagodas. The bridge in itself offs nothing special.

Thank BharathiMani
Reviewed 13 December 2016

The Yadanabon Bridge crosses the Ayeyarwady River, to the southwest of Mandala just to the north of the old Inwa Bridge. It was completed in 2008. It has a total span of 1,711 m long and has a four-lane motorway with pedestrian lanes.

Thank PoliticalAtheist
Reviewed 2 April 2016

There are two bridges over the river, the old one and the new one. My driver used the older one on the return journey. A great place to stop to view the river traffic and views of Sagaing.

Thank omannettie
Reviewed 10 March 2016

This isn't a destination. You are either going to Sagaing and beyond or you are not. If so you will cross on one of two bridges . The old one gives you an idea of just how limited the infrastructure was (and is). Fun to...More

Thank Simon N
Reviewed 15 January 2016

On the way to Sagaing we made a stop at this bridge. One can see countless pagodas from here, a great stop for taking pictures of Sagaing hill.

Thank IndianTraveller122
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