The sun goes from gold to silver and sapphire blue, covering the aisles of bustling wholesale buyers in Yangon, Myanmar. In your Myanmar tour, Yangon is one of the best destination that you must come.
Walking around the curbside market in Yangon, Myanmar
At the the curbside market in Yangon, Myanmar you will smell the jasmine fragrance from the women wreathed hands to sell to housewives or travelers. Not only that, you can also smell the meat, fish and chicken. Like most markets, the roadside market in Yangon offers a full range of food items from eggs, cheese, to kem thanaka – a type of ice cream that locals use to apply sunscreen.
Relax at Kandawgyi Park
If you are a nature lover, and want to take a stroll in a quiet and quiet place, Kandawgyi Park is the best place for you. Take a walk in the park, not only admire the beautiful plants and flowers, but also see a variety of rare animals. Besides, the park also has a large lake, where you can sail along the lake and enjoy the beautiful view around.
Visit giant statue located at Chauk Htat Gyi temple
As a Buddhist country so visitors will not have difficulty finding a temple in Yangon. Chauk Htat Gyi is also a famous pagoda in Yangon, built in 1907, at the height of a six-storey building. The special place at Chauk Htat Gyi Temple is inside a giant statue carved in 1966, 65 meters high and nearly 30 meters high. The Buddha head turned east and the south face. The temple is open 24 hours a day and visitors are free to enter the gate.
Visiting National Museum of Myanmar
National Museum of Myanmar is an ideal destination for those who love to learn about the cultural and historical relics of Myanmar. There is a huge volume of rare artifacts, especially items related to the royal palace of Myanmar.
The information of Myanmar’s National Museum
Opening hours: From 9.30am to 4.30pm, Tuesday to Sunday (closed Monday and holidays).
Entry fee: 5,000 Kyats (about 5 USD).
Take a train to explore the outskirts of Yangon
Train is a popular means of public transportation in Myanmar, and in Yangon there is a Yangon-based railway line built by the British, which was repaired and started operating again in the year. 1954.
The railroad only runs 50km, stops at all 39 stops, and takes about three hours to complete.
Yangon trains are a fun experience, and this is an excellent opportunity to see life and culture in the suburbs of the city, and to chat with local people. Phoenix. Ticket price per trip is about 300 Kyats.
Walk around the streets of Yangon
In a city of mysterious colors like Yangon, walking on the streets here will help you discover many interesting surprises.
Walking is not only about stopping in any of your favorite areas, but it’s also a great way to discover local street food. The streets of Yangon are always packed with people, regardless of the rainy day or the sun, and if you walk out the door of the hotel room and into the streets, your journey In Yangon was actually started.