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Rank and nation among the Chinese-Burmese. Rank and nation among the Sino-Burmese of Jayde Lin Roberts Seattle: On the unlit streets of Yangon, the old buildings rise like ghosts from another time and another place. One hundred and fifty years ago, boats were the way to get from Yangon to places, and inland waterway passenger ferries (IWT) still run in the big rivers. Locations nearby are Syriam, Kanbe and Twante.

Myanmar in Yangon (Rangoon), the former capitol of Myanmar, has many recollections of its former colorful past.....

Myanmar in Yangon (Rangoon), the former capitol of Myanmar, has many recollections of its former colorful past..... Stroll around the town, see Myanmar's biggest pagoda, drink a glass of beach brew or just relaxing in one of the many gardens. One good way to see the town is the square stroll, which includes many of the most important monuments.

The Strand Hotel is a good starting point. As you can imagine, the beach is located near the stream. When the colonies were in Britain, many colonies had roads near streams like London or the beach. Yangon continues this traditional and one of the most beautiful boulevards is near the city.

Alongside the beach, the most important characteristic is the eponymous motel. He has a strong inspiration for his own design from Vectorian architectural styles, which create the place's sophistication. Yangon Beach is the most famous beach resort in Yangon. When you are looking for luxurious and stylish, this is definitely the place for you, but of course with a special rate.

This beach is much more expensive than the other Yangon beaches. The Twante is a deltas near Yangon. This could be a good detour for those who are in Yangon. The Pansodan Jetty is situated directly on the Strand Road in front of the famous luxury beach hotel. Situated in the centre of Yangon, Mahabandoola Garden is a beautiful place to enjoy the busy town of Myanmar.

Not only can you admire the enchanting gardens, but also the views of the various historic houses in the vicinity such as Yangon City Hall, Yangonâs High Court and Rowe & Co. Yangon's High Court or Supreme Court was constructed in 1905, so the Queen Anne type of court is in fact Queen Anne outfit.

It is also located just southwards of the Sule Lagoon. A stunning 2,000 year old gold coupe in the centre of Yangon, that is the Sule coupe. Buddha's important relic hairs, which Buddha himself gave to two traders, are housed here. Both the inside and outside of the podium are as stunning.

The Sule Pagoda is an astonishing setting of eloquence and power at nigh. Yangon Ayuntamiento and Immanuel Baptist Church are near Mahabandoola Garden Park and Sule Pagoda. It is an imposing building inspired by Burma's ancient architectural heritage. Completion of the town council was in 1936.

The Mahabandoola Road leads westwards of the Sue Pagoda. It' a lively road with lots of stands on the pavement. One good way to see the town is the square stroll, which includes many of the most important monuments. The Strand Hotel is a good starting point. Further on to the Trinity Church, the square and back to Sule Pagoda Road to the Town Hall, Pansodan Road and back to the beach.

It is situated along the Bogyoke Aung San Road. It is the best known in Yangon, which is why it is usually listed in the tourist destination rank. Completed in 1926, the building of the store was first called Scott Markt after the then city commissar.

It' even one of the most valuable Yangon city' s colorful city. Its name was altered to Bogyoke Aung San Mark to commemorate Myanmar's country commander, General Aung San. It is a huge supermarket with around 2,000 stores selling a wide range of products such as crafts, groceries, clothing, jewelry, goods and even some fashion.

Traditional Burmese and Chinese food is also on the shelves. It is open daily from 9:00 to 17:00. It would be a very good place to buy some memorabilia before you leave Yangon. Turn right onto the Hauptstraße, about 200 m after the square onto Sule Pagoda Straße to get to Sule Pagode.

The Pansoda n Street has many old Victorian, Queen Anne, Neoclassical, Art Deco and of course British-Burmese styles. The Pansoda n Street has many old Victorian, Queen Anne, Neoclassical, Art Deco and of course British-Burmese styles.

You will find the beach right next to Strand St. It' almost as if you can't find anything from that period on the streets. It was constructed during the Japanese invasion of Yangon. The Lokanat Gallery is also located on Pansodan St. for those who love the arts. Further on to the Trinity Church, the square and back to Sule Pagoda St to the Town Hall, Pansodan St and back to the beach.

Swedagon is the holiest in Burma with relicts of four past Buddha. The valuable building was 8.2 metres high. It' the holiest and most famous Buddhistic site in Yangon and even in Myanmar as a whole. It' s no wonder, because the Shwedagon is home to some of Myanmar's most prized treasure like Buddha's locks of coat, lofty statues, the diamond-filled stupa, Maha Ganda Bell and many more.

Shwedagon is full of golden panels and has a mock-up with about 4531 beads. People will be thrilled by the design of the Shwedagon page. There are 64 smaller and 4 bigger holdfasts around the holdfast. That'?s how big the area of the Shwedagon is.

On the south-western side is King Okkalapa, who was the creator of the page, while the picture of Sakka and Melamu is on the other side. These are the ten parts of the famous pagoda: Apart from the interesting above and its ten formal parts, the Shwedagon has some secrets to keep that tempt many to come to this place.

The four entrances to the pedestal of the pit, but the hard part is that no one is sure what is underneath. There are even some tales that there are snares under which the pit cage is guarded. A further interesting information about the place is that there is a custom of studying the Stupa watch counterclockwise, which is why the visitor enters on the lefthand side when they arrive.

There is a place on the east side of the pageant where the faithful are praying that their desires will be fulfilled. Maha Wizaya is located directly opposite the Shwedagon Cave. A Buddha picture presented by the Nepalese royal family can be seen in the cloakroom.

Like the other Myanmar icons, Maha Wizaya is golden and breathtaking everywhere. Like the façade, the interior of the pavilion is as breathtaking. Inside there are many Buddhistic remains and the striking main cupola is muralised. Maha Wizaya Pagoda's peculiarity is its cupola, which, unlike the common structure in Burma's temple, is open and cupped.

Swedagon is the holiest in Burma with relicts of four past Buddha. To the north of the train terminal are the Zoo, Kandawgi Park and Shwedagon Lagoon. It' s a magnificent panoramic sight in the centre of Yangon with the sea that reflects the fullness of the lights that touch the place and the shimmering structure around the place.

If you want to take a beautiful walk along the shores of the beautiful Yangon River, you should definitely come here. You can visit the astonishing Shwedagon Pagoda and Karaweik Hall from here. Yangon main train is Myanmar's biggest. The Yangon Circular Road, Yangon-Mandalay, Yangon-Mawlamyaing, Yangon-Bagan, Yangon-Aunglan-Bagan and Yangon-Pyay itineraries.

It is a must for those who really want to get a grip on the lives of the Yangonese. It will take an approximate three hour drive around the suburbs of Yangon. To the north of the railway yard are the Zoo, Kandawgi Park and Shwedagon Pagoda.

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