This was not only a cool bridge, but a true local bypass. Along with a handful of foreigners that I did see making their way across the wooden footpath, there were many Myanmar people making their way from one side of the bridge to the other. The views while "on deck" are excellent all the way almost to the full 360. There were also some small full scale local huts on one of the short isthmuses of land that led out to the main water channel which really added to the full raw reality of the environment.
* I had had a full day's worth of touring to the other main attractions in the area and was rather hot by now and thus, didn't stay for the sunset although viewing shots online, it certainly appears as if it would have made for a good photo shoot.
I had made it that this site was going to have to be one to be seen on this particular trip to Myanmar and in conclusion, and glad I visited it.
I recommend others to do the same if your in the area as well.
* As an added bonus to getting good pictures, you can get a boat that will take you across the water right before sunset so you can get excellent views from under and through the teak bridge rather than just from atop and walking over it. (I didn't do this option and take a boat though and can't remember how much they quoted when they first told me about the boat option).
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