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MEYANMAR - Yangon - City walk
An intriguing walk through Yangon's Colonies could unveil many mysteries of the past! We start next to the Sule Pagoda, the landmark of downtown Yangon. Roads that extend into the east of the city still carry traces of Great Britain's settlement, some of which can only be seen with a well-informed gaze.
An experienced guidebook will provide facts about Myanmar - and Yangon in particular - as well as architectural advice and tales about everyday city centre living and the actual use of these historic monuments throughout the city.
The Myanmar Times | Indian Tatdka Downtown
Someone of Yangon's finest Indians is coming to the city. Tadka on Pyai Road has always been one of the best options in the city. That has been rectified with the opening of a second office on Mahar Volumeula Road in front of the south door of the secretariat. In the midst of the local stores he excels with his menus and a number of vegetation outside the Tadka region of India.
Just like the mid-1990s in Europe, Tadka Downtown in India has several rooms and several ambiences. The non-Indic section of the book, which this critic has not researched for apparent reason, is offered by the booklist. American Tadka's Paneer Tikka is not hot as it should be - Aung San Stadium's rice bar under the Aung San Stadium served its with chili, which always makes this critic as a strangeness as it kicks the smokeiness of the court.
Tadka did these two right and avoided the common splashes of fuel on both. Tadka from India is serving Myanmar beer on the table, which is undoubtedly the best thing you can wish for in a hot mash. Overall, the Tadka in India is and will remain one of the best options in the city.
The downtown spacecraft does not let you down. One more hint of the most clean but sticky Indian Tatka toilet in the city: gravel wall paper, counterfeit cathedrals, a faucet that turns into a bathroom faucet and a Manhattan framework - why not? The Indian Tadka office is located on Mahar Bandula Road, 197.