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The Bogyoke Aung San Market
A half days could readily be devoted to walking through this vast, roofed square, sometimes known by the old UK name of Scott Music. There are more than 2000 stores and the widest range of Myanmar crafts and souvenir items, from lacquer goods and shot satchels to dolls and jewelry. Get some beautiful slip-on shoes here, comfortable for everyone who requires the payment protocoll, and a lunggyi (sarong styled underwear); U Maung Maung in the mall has a good choice, which ranges from K5500 to K9500 blends of satin.
Yangon Markets - Myanmar Tours
Situated in the centre of Yangon, the Bogyoke Aung San Mark, also known as Scott Mark, is a 70-year-old multi-level street on the Bogyoke Aung San Road. It is probably the best known touristic fair and a comfortable buying time. Traveling to Myanmar will give you a wonderful opportunity to chat with local people and look for crafts, fine dining and jewellery.
Latha Town Zay (market), Latha Town Zay (Zay or Zei is the Myanmar term for market), an extensive square in Latha Town Zay is one of the most beautiful districts in Yangon and probably one of the most beautiful in Asia. Theingyi Zay should not be missing on your route in Yangon.
It is not only the cuisine that is excellent, but also the regional architectural style and the charm of the area. It was first established in 1905 and is the largest of the town's towns. More than 1000 stores and stands make up the classic markets that sell a range of locally produced goods from fisheries to dried goods and fabrics.
Yangoon Anawrahta Road Night Market at dusk is enchantingly beautiful through the glittering overnight stores especially Anawrahta Road Night Markets. It is one of the most famous touristic attractions because of the bad illumination, which can vary from weak neon lamps to some candlelight. It begins before sundown, when the humans go home.
The Chinatown is one of the liveliest in Yangon and is situated in the centre of the town, just south of Sule Pagoda. The road runs from 18 to 24 streets and is full of people, walkers, businesses and fairs. You will also find a range of regional produce such as goldshops, jewellers, cafés, eateries, temples and fruiterers.
Tiri Mingalar Markt The Tiri Mingalar Markt is the largest farmers' fair in the town. It' a great opportunity for you to meet the chaos, stinking and vibrant world.