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Yangon Studio Suite, city view
Guests can book smokers and non-smokers in advanced. Privately owned terrace with panorama views of Yangon Town. Luxury en-suite en-suite with bathtub and seperate showers, en-suite bathrooms, slipcovers, bathrobe, scales and hairdryer. There is a seperate living and eating area with couch lounges and entertaining possibilities (flat TV with a large selection of domestic and foreign channels), direct dial telephone with voicemail, safe and work table.
Luxury Yangon Hotels
Our deluxe rooms offer a place of relaxation and regeneration with 40 square meters of living area. Select either a double or a double berth and sunbathe in the modern heat with a spacious and spacious terrace with a view of the town. There is a luxury en-suite bath room with its own showers and bathtubs and a room with modern connections and facilities.
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Yangon, also known as Rangoon, is the biggest town in Myanmar with over 6 million inhabitants. Though it is the country's biggest trade and culture town, Yangon is not the main town of Myanmar (Burma). The former Myanmar army regime relocated the capitol 200 leagues northwards in 2005 to Naypyidaw, a proposed town, which was not built until 2002.
Due to its oppressive army rule, many Westers have struck Myanmar off their itinerary for over 50 years. The year 2010, when her dear "lady" Aung San Suu Kyi was freed from home detention, the attitude began to shift and the Western world rediscovered Myanmar. Now that Myanmar has been described by many tourism professionals and publishers as a "must" land, Yangon is the place where most people begin their explorations.
Because Yangon is less than 20 mile from the seaside, Yangon cruisers can travel on board oceanships, with some of the smaller ones cruising the town? MORE cruisers cruising the Irrawaddy from Myanmar usually start their cruises in Yangon. Accommodation is in one of the best west facing hotel in town, such as the Sule Shangrila Hotel, central situated in the centre of town, just a few steps from Bogyoke Market and Maha Bandula Park.
The Yangon is full of building projects and the town is undergoing rapid change. Unfortunately, infrastructures have not kept pace with economic expansion and some parts of the town lack essential amenities such as dependable power and waste collection. In the 1990s, during a strong economic boom, many historical buildings in Yangon were demolished for new residential or business buildings.
As a result of this unchecked expansion, the municipal administration designated over 200 cultural assets as protec-tion. It is these places, together with the friendliness of the local population and the intriguing cultural life that are the high points of why Yangon is visited.