Best place to Visit in Yangon MyanmarThe best place to visit Yangon Myanmar
Top 5 Places to Take Pictures in Yangon
Yangon, the country's biggest urban and royal gem, has the most houses from Southeast Asia dating back to then. Yangon's historical monuments with their extensive parklands and vast artificial seas (remains of settlement history) have also enchanted holidaymakers and travelers in the past and present. Use this guidebook to book the best photo galleries in town and improve your chance of catching the Yangon with a refreshing couple of seconds.
Yangon's biggest lakes and hot spot for lovers, Inya Lake is the dominant feature of the more northerly, upmarket area. For the best view of the pond, take the trails along Pyay Rd or Kaba Aye Pagoda Rd. They can also have dinners in one of the lakeside dining places or try the typical Myanmar cuisine at the small stands in the southwestern area.
INSIDE TIP: Do you know that a 10-minute stroll from the south of the water leads to the home of Myanmar's revered guide Aung San Suu Kyi? Shedagon Pagoda overlooks the townscape of Yangon at 99 meters and is considered to be the "holy of holies" of Myanmar. The Myanmar Times says the major stadium alone is coated with around 22,000 massive bullion bullions, so a trip here is virtually a worthwhile time.
The pagoda is a spectacle at sundown. At least one or two hours before and remain until darkness to sunbathe in its glitter. The Kandawgyi See is a scenically attractive landscaped horticultural pond that provides the ideal way out of the hustle and bustle of Yangon's city centre. Use the lakeshore promenade to take panorama pictures of the lakeside together with the Karaweik Palace - a building in the shape of a kingly ship.
If you frame your photo with the fan-out of the promenade, interesting optical features are also created. In the evenings, the best part of the day for a trip is when you can be ready to shoot to take pictures of what is perhaps the quintessence of Yangon: a green gaze at the Shwedagon Pagoda at sundown. On the east side of the lakeside there are many cafés and restuarants, which are well suited for Myanmar delicacies.
The Kyaiktiyo Pagoda, one of Myanmar's most important places of Buddhism is a celestial returno. Situated on the top of Mount Kyaiktiyo, the Golden Rock is full of ancient religions and myth. Believe it or not, the Golden Rock welcomes as many visitors as it does buddhistic people.
It is not for the faint-hearted; it will take about 5 hrs by coach from Yangon to Kinmun, a small hamlet at the bottom of Mount Kyaiktiyo, and another 25-minute drive up the Mt. by wreck. Situated further southwards from Kyaiktiyo (and a 6-hour coach trip from Yangon) is the picturesque, photographic city of Hpa An (pronounced Pa Ahn.) Embedded on the Thanlyin River, this magic city is encircled by a karst scenery - a singular calcareous stone scenery that is shaped by the dissolving of dissolvable stones and is characterized by hills and cave.
Dare up on brief, scenically attractive mountain tours if you wish. PARKROYAL Yangon has its own Tourdesk if you need support with your route. Get support from Myanmar's tourism professionals to help you schedule your daily excursions and get inside advice on how to get the most out of Yangon.