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Luxurious and uniquely situated, this home boasts genuine Myanmar architecture, state-of-the-art technology and the latest amenities and service on an internationally renowned level. Rose Garden Hotel in Yangon has an exclusive private dining area, a gastronomic dining area, a classy lounge and five storeys of extraordinarily well-equipped, nicely furnished guest rooms. Rose Garden Hotel in Yangon is only 30 minutes by car from Yangon Internacional Airports, near Yangon City Centre and just a few minutes walk from the beautiful gold Shwedagon Pagoda.
Rose Garden Hotel Yangon specialises in providing luxurious five-star facilities and authentic Myanmar flair to its cuisine. Rose Garden Hotel in Yangon:
Yangon: Burma's former capitol is rapidly being transformed by new buildings, high-tech train services and clever canteens.
The 2011 issue of Lonely Planet's Burma Guides, which came out the year after pro-democracy leaders Aung San Suu Kyi was freed from home detention, is already out of date. Crossing the Yangon to Dalah, a city on the estuary, used to require a permit but the garrulous edentulous woman there, with a beadle blade pin under her upper lip, was pleased to tell me that was no longer necessary.
Above the dull boulders and shelling color was the Shwedagon Pagoda, the largest, probably the oldest and definitely the most important Buddha pagoda in Burma. Passing Buddha sculptures and sanctuaries illuminated with fluorescent light, I saw Rangoon praying. Rather than trying my hand at happiness, I took a three-hour stroll under the guidance of the adorable Michael of Yangon Walking Tours, who provides cultural sensible strolls that help to encourage them.
Small businesses like Aung San Suu Kyi have flourished since she gave the go-ahead for the tourist industry again in 2011. It was his wish that I should see a small, firm, verdant plum without an equal name in Great Britain. We have no air services directly between the United Kingdom and Burma.
Yangon can be reached from Heathrow via Bangkok with Thai Airways, Singapore with Singapore Airlines, Kuala Lumpur with Malaysia Airlines and from Heathrow and Manchester via Doha with Qatar Airways. UK passportholders can now obtain an e-visa for $50/£33 for entering Rangoon (evisa.moip.gov.mm) before traveling.