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Rangoon Yangon Myanmar Cruise Port
Bigger vessels, over 620 ft, moor at MITT Wharf in Thilawa harbour, 15 mile ( "one hour" or more, according to traffic) from downtown Yangon. As a rule, taxi services are available at the harbour entry. We recommend that you fix the price before you leave the harbour. Normally there is a free shuttleshuttle to the harbour entry, where you can find a taxi or take a pre-arranged stand-alone trip.
There' re no institutions in the harbour. Rangoon was the new name given to Yangon by the 1989 Burma Army Junior when "Burma" became "Myanmar. for this harbor. Yangon has started to wake up after centuries of abandon. The Burmese religious site clothing code in Myanmar must be written in bare feet.
Temperate clothing is needed to access most websites, which means shoulds and knee should be cover for men and females. Usually old cabs, but cheap and have no counters. Burma is known for high class handicrafts, especially lacquerware, colourful messenger bag and dolls in costumes that are traditionally and elaborately dressed.
You will find the best and biggest choice of arts and crafts at the Bogyoke (or Scott) market in Yangon. Souvenirs can also be found in stores around Thilawa Port. Gemstones, jewellery and silver goods may only be taken from Myanmar if they are bought in state stores. Be careful of counterfeit gemstones that are being offered in many touristic places.
Yangon, Myanmar Cruises
Experience the splendour of the Shwedagon Pagoda, a gold treasure that rises to a maximum of 326ft. In the vicinity is the Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda with the 230 foot long Buddha sculpture, finished in 1966. The Karaweik Hall, which rises from the Royal Lake, was erected in the form of the mythic Karaweik aviary.
Botahtaung Pagoda was called after the 1,000 army chiefs who were escorting Buddha's holy relic hairs from India over 2,000 years ago.