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Trains & Travelcards - Yangon to Naypyitaw
Naypyitaw is 372 km away from Yangon by train, which is between 8 h 30 min by the quickest train and 11 h 50 min by the longest train. This means that on this line there is an intersection of 43.77 km per hr to very low speed of 31.44 km perhr.
It will take about 6 hrs and will cost about $8.80 per passenger, which will be reserved upfront. We have six train services a night from Yangon to Naypyitaw. Your tickets can be paid by PayPal, or you can use your bank account. In 2006 Naypyitaw became the capitol of Myanmar.
In the past, the country's capitol was the much bigger center of Yangon. Naypyitaw's most common and most frequently cited English language version is Royal Council of the Sun. Maybe in line with the grand name of the Parade Ground in the Government Zone has large sculptures of the three greatest monarchs of Myanmar:
The very new town has few overseas tourists, and in fact they are not welcome in certain areas, as much of the government zone of the town is shut down for all except Myanmar's citizens in public services, the military or policy. In addition to the indisputably unparalleled display of this architectonic landmark of non-democratic ideals, there is much to see and experience in the new Myanmar's capital:
Inaugurated in 2015, the exhibition offers a wide spectrum of works of art, from very old man-made finds of great importance to our appreciation of mankind's past to less impressing contemporary works of art. In a poorly-run state in its preservation past, the Musée is a sound effort to better conserve and capture Myanmar's past.
It is a new sanctuary that reminds us of the more popular Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon. New Pyidaw Safari Park: Asia is the most spectacular with a number of less known and in some cases threatened South East Asiatic cattle.