Yangon Tourist SpotsTourist attractions in Yangon
Yangon Weekend Excursions: 6 places near Yangon, Yangon Excursions
The last part of the last two days was to see a special Yangon experience proposed by Onestop Traveller. Many pictures were taken of the locals until we descended near the Chautakhgyi Pagoda, the largest Buddha sculpture in the area.
Ngapali Beach - Yangon Breakfast at the Yangon Hill. Transfers to Thandwe airfield for your internal flights to Yangon. You can use your own cars and guides up to your scheduled flights. Fascinating road meals and nice pagodas. Yangon's main draw is the Shwedagon Pagoda. Swedagon Pagoda Nya Htat Gyi Pagoda Bohtahtaung Pagoda Lying Buddha Bogyoke Market Can be missed:
Avoid the Sule Pagoda: It was Yangon who was the sacrifice of our trip. Shwedagon Paya and its sparkling golden compound is certainly the most humiliating view you will ever experience, and certainly the Yangon kitchen has a certain amount of humor that cannot be denied with its odd fusion of China, India and Thailand tastes, but with the homeland oh-so-close most of it has been drowning in our commotion.
and we took the early bird from Bagan to Yangon in the mornings. You can see nuns in their red costumes climb the pagoda in the evenings - a beautiful, quiet place. In the evenings we tried out regional dishes in the streets of India to taste Burma and India and in the evenings we went to the Grillstrasse to have a drink and get the natives to play football over drinks and barbecues.
Sights in Yangon for international visitors
With the number of foreign visitors to Myanmar growing, the number of festivals, exhibitions and resorts that foreign visitors can attend increases year by year. Myanmar's most popular attractions for foreign visitors are its cultural traditions and art and places to enjoy a relaxing atmosphere. Most of the foreign visitors to Yangon include the renowned Shwedagon Pagoda, Bogyoke Aung San Market and Karaweik Palace art gallery, the National Museum and other places of interest where they can find woodcarvings, puppet shows, folk art and more.
A number of non-nationals are also looking for places where they can enjoy their nights out. There are many places for those who want to enjoy the pictures, such as the Lawkanat Art Gallery on Lower Pansodan St in Kyauktada, the New Treasure Art Gallery on Than Lwin Road in Bahan citieship, Gallery 65 on Yaw Min Gyi St in Dagon citieship, the Pansodan Scene Gallery on Upper Pansodan St in Kyauktada citieship and the Yangon Gallery in the People's Square in Dagon citieship, where art exhibits on art, woodcut and the art are shown.
For those who want to study and experience the puppet arts of Myanmar, there is a place called Htwe Oo Myanmar Theatre, located at 12 Yama Street in the Ahlone Township. The Htwe Oo Myanmar Tradional Puppet Theatre plays between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. every day, provided at least two people are present.
At least five people should be present for specific puppeteering. Everyone can sign up for the puppeteering one full working days in advance or at www.htweoomyanmar.com", says puppeteer U Khin Maung Htwe (U Htwe). The Karaweik Palace is the right place for those who want to get an insight into Myanmar civilization, where you can have dinners at noon or in the evening, while you can enjoy 14 types of Myanmar folk dance where the actors are dressed in tradition.
There' s also fun and dining to dress up in the recently refurbished The Strand underway. Myanmar's harps and xylophones can be enjoyed in the cloakroom. The Strand Café" is a place where visitors can savour the two delights of Myanmar lifestyle and westerly styles, where classical High Teas and Myanmar High Teas are offered from 2.30 pm to 5 pm and the meal for families takes place from 6 pm to 10 pm.
The Myanmar High Yoga, which is traditionally presented in a Myanmar lacquered tablet, is preferred by most people. "They' re also very happy to have a meal with Myanmar-style preparations," said Ma Win Pa Pa Pa Myo, Public Relation Manager of Strand Hotel. To explore the stunning scenery of the Yangon River canals and the lush historic and culture along the Yangon River shores, visitors can take the Royal Green River Cruise and the Yangon River Cruise, which are luxurious tours that take place from 6pm to 8pm.
The majority of foreign visitors spend their nights here tasting the ancient wines of France, which are the main attractions of Le Cellier. "Amanda Pearl, Public Relation Manager of the Novotel Hotel, said: "Most come to take in the stunning views of the Shwedagon Pagoda while enjoying an appetizer on the patio of the Novotel Hotel's 14-story area.
Anyone interested in an artistic blend of Myanmar and France can come to the Institut Francais at 340 Pyay Street in Sanchaung Municipality. The Goethe Villa, No. (8), Ko Min Ko Chin Rd, Bahan Township, Yangon is the right place if you want to combine Myanmar and Germany's music.
Located on Myo Ma Kyaung Road in Dagon Municipality, the National Theater offers not only performances of Myanmar's ancient civilization, but also offers a range of intercultural exchanges with other nations so that expatriates can enjoy their free times in the theater, Myanmar and abroad.