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The Traders Hotel is located in the centre of Yangon, next to the hustle and bustle of the Bogyoke Aung San Markt, with a view of the train station's verdant rooftops, the gold glow of the Sule Pagode, the small roads with their colourful shops and the boats anchored in the wide bay canal.
One of the highest in Yangon, the 22-story Traders Hotel is another striking symbol for those on afoot. The hostel is centrally placed in Yangon's commercial, entertainment and commercial area. This hotel is nestled in the corner of the Sule Pagoda and Bogyoke Aung San Roads and is only 30 min by car from the international airport.
Yangon Hotel, Myanmar (Burma)
Only 30 min from Yangon Internacional Airport, the Traders Hotel, Yangon, is located in the center of Burma's city. There are 305 large guest rooms and suite rooms with a wide variety of 5-star amenities and comforts. Dining at the hotel offers exquisite Asiatic and foreign cuisines. Try various tasty snacks in the Traders Café. The Summer Palace is the ideal place for cantonesian food and tasty diamums.
Leisure amenities include a fully fitted fitness room, massages room, sauna and Turkish bath, whirlpool and outside swimming pools with pools.
Rangoon, Burma, struck by a bombshell
One of Burma's most famous hotel has been hit by the last in a row of small bombs. Three people were arrested in an incident at the Traders Hotel in Rangoon, where a customer was wounded. Aung San Suu Kyi, head of the government, said they wanted to cause scare.
According to a report by local law enforcement, no one was hurt in the Mandalay area. There was an explosion in a hostel in downtown Burma on Friday and two more in Rangoon on Sunday, it is said. It was homemade, say the cops, and went off in the guest's bath.
One policeman cited the AFP press agency: "It was fastened to a watch. Aung San Suu Kyi, head of the government, said in an interview with MEPs that the equipment should "cause panic". "However, the population should be careful not to get trapped," she said and urged the public agencies "to unmask the doers.
In a Taungoo guest house on Friday, two men were murdered in the bombing. The Rangoon explosions wounded three lives, said Rangoon PD. Before the Traders Hotel exploded, Lt Gen Min Aung said to AFP that the system used was "in all cases the same".
"And we think one organization or individual is planting them all," he said to the company.