U Bein Bridge
The U Bein Bridge is located in Myanmar and has been around since 1850, making it the oldest lasting teakwood bridge in the world. The bridge is used to cross over Taungthaman Lake and has been used by the locals as it is an important passageway.
The U Bein Bridge is visited by thousands of people each year and has created a source of revenue for the locals. This bridge might be intimidating to cross as the bridge is older than anyone alive, but locals swear that this bridge is one of the safest in the country as it is always maintained.