Lonely Planet Yangon

Solitary Planet Yangon

The Yangon Circle Line is a fun way to circumnavigate the city, although it feels like a spin cycle washing machine. Including photos of Yangon ("Rangoon") and its surroundings in Myanmar ("Burma"): Flights and buses from Yangon, Bagan and Mandalay fly to Inle Lake. Trustworthy management and inexpensive, clean rooms make this a good choice in Yangon. Many of them are only a short flight away from Yangon.

The Yangon Circle Line in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)

The Yangon Circle Line is a funny way to circle the town, although it feels like a spinning washer. It is an opportunity to interoperate with local passenger and sales staff (some have air-conditioned cars) and see the remote areas of Yangon. After 10 a.m. and before 4 p.m. and on the weekend the number of people on the line is the lowest.

You are not included in the 3-hour, 30-mile circuit: get off at one of the 38 stops and take a cab back to the center of town when you have had enough. They can use the railway to get around congested streets and reach the north' landmarks such as Meilamu Paya (Tadakalay station).

Coming from Yangon Railway from Pansodan Street, boarding at Yangon Railway Platforms 6/7. Things are going both ways, and some of them don't make it all the way. Please be aware that a long trip on the Circle Line is not recommended if you are suffering from motion disorder. Myanmar Railways has provided Myanmar Railways with $200 million to purchase 11 new six-car carriages and to build the track so that a line can be finished in less than two-hour time.

Label in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)

The Myanmar label is founded on mutual esteem. Regards Both of them can be used to shaking hands, and Myanmar ladies may choose to just grin and make a gentle hiss. The temple, shrine & mosque dress in conservative clothing in all places of worship, i.e. without informative clothing, and cover their feet and back. Footwear and bumps should be taken off before you enter the place of worship.

Do not put your hands on people's faces or legs and do not point your legs at persons or worship them.

Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) Planning Tips

Yangon Coconuts (http://yangon.coconuts.co) Daily updates from Yangon and all of Myanmar. Yangon Yanmore (www.myanmore.com/yangon) Best resource to find out what's going on in the town. Publication of a free print folder and the month-long In Depth mag. The Yangon Life (www.yangonlife.com.mm) Full of useful information. Expat-Authorized site with many lists and other properties.

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