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Trains to Mawlamyine
There are two daily departures from Yangon to Mawlamyine, with the first train departing at 6:00 in the mornings, reaching Mawlamyine at 15:30 and the next train reaching Yangon at 7:15 and Mawlamyine at 18:30. On the way back to Yangon, breakfast leaves Mawlamyine at 6:00 in the mornings, arrivals in Yangon at 15:45, the next train leaves Mawlamyine at 10:00 and arrivals in Yangon at 20:00.
Formerly leaving at 6am, the train only makes two stations in Thaton and Kyaitiyo, getting to its destinations faster than the later one. You must show your pass when you buy a train pass at the train stop. A $16 dollar Mawlamyine-Yangon seat fare for top-of-the-range ('4,000 kyat for locals') can be bought at number 7 on the west end of Mawlamyine Park.
We have two classes: Upper Class and Ordinary Class. In the case of foreign nationals, it is usually presumed that they want luxury class seating, which is usually much more luxurious and roomier than full class seating. If you have a corridor or windows, your tickets have a license number (e.g. 1, 2, 3, etc.) and a seating number, e.g. A6, B6, C6 D6, whereby the number relates to the rows of seating and the letters A, B, C, S. The number relates to whether you have a corridor or windows.
Spots A and S are windows and S and C are aisles.
Trains & Travelcards - Yangon to Mawlamyine
The train takes Mawlamyine 319 km from Yangon. It takes 9h45 by train from Yangon to Mawlamyine. That means that the train travels from Yangon to Mawlamyine at an speed of about 32.7 kilometers per hour as averages. We have two train services a days from Yangon to Mawlamyine.
On-line train tickets prices from Yangon to Mawlamyine (US Dollar): To buy your train from Yangon to Mawlamyine, use the search form below: Yangon's best train to Mawlamyine is the first train of the morning to leave Yangon at 07:15 and finish in broad afternoon light.
It is Myanmar's fourth biggest town and the capitol of the state of Mon. Mawlamyine' s coastal position at the estuary of the Salween River has made it an important commercial town. Mawlamyine, founded in the 14th century, became the first English capitol of Burma in the 18th century under the colonization of the United Kingdom.
The British constructed houses dating from the British period can be seen in many parts of today's Mawlamyine. Mawlamyine' main attraction for Mawlamyine' people are:: U-zina Pagoda: : U-zina is the biggest of a group of pagodas situated on the hill above the town. According to myth, this is one of the Buddha's hairs.
Saint Matthew's was the first of the churches constructed by the Brits and George Orwell during his police service in Burma. Grave of the eighth child of the last king of Burma, who passed away in the town in 1935. The Kyaik Than Lan Pagoda: The Kyaik Than Lan Pagoda, constructed in 875, is the city's biggest stompah, 45 meters high.
From this hilltop, the view is also spectacular. Winning His lying Buddha: Allegedly the biggest lying Buddha in the word, the Win Sein lying Buddha, lies 29 km southwards of the city Mawlamyine. There are 500 Buddha disciple sculptures lining the street that approaches the lying Buddha Win Sein.
State Museum of Culture: Located near Mawlamyine, the Mon State Cultural Museum is devoted to the cultural, historical and artistic heritage of the Mon State tribe and also contains an interesting collection of buddhistic artifacts that have come to the Mon State from all over Asia.