Yangon Weather JuneWeather in June
June weather in Myanmar - Myanmar Message Board
Anyone can tell me how good/bad the weather is in Myanmar for June (Yangon)? to be travelling this year and was wondering if the weather would put a damper or not. June is the wet weather in Myanmar, Yangon. Bagan & Mandalay are tropic zones, some rains, thank you, but is the weather really restricting your work?
Depending on the severity of the monsun - a few years ago the Yango/Mandalay Routes were flushed away with my friend 3 workdays. The thread has been discontinued due to apathy. If we do not comply with our policies, we will delete any postings and we retain the right to delete postings for any cause.
Weather in Yangon - Hovering at 30°C
The weather: Weather can be unforeseeable in June and you may see some downpours on the way. June is still a very enjoyable holiday season, as the weather is usually arid and the temperature can be colder than in the past as well. Because of the favourable weather and falling numbers of visitors, June is still a good holiday season in Yangon.
However, most seaside towns are nearby in mid-June to prepare for the bad weather in the next few moths, so those who want to have some enjoyment on the beaches should probably stay away from June. It' still a good suggestion to go to Yangon city centre in June. It is a wonder that St. Mary's Cathedral has stayed untouched for almost 120 years despite the 1930 Rangoon quake, a 1930 Japan-based World War II incursion and the Yangon Allies' allies.
St Mary's is the biggest and most beautiful church in Myanmar, with reddish brickwork facades, towers and a high belltower. Yangon is another side of the Yangon River, a part of the heritage of Europe's music. A lot of locals and tourists go to Mass or prayer every single working days.
Yangoncular Railway was constructed by the British during the British colonisation. The best way of transport in Yangon with a 28. Though the trip on a round trip is longer than on another country's it is a great way for the visitor to unwind and see Yangon from a completely different view.
It' also a good way to see the true Yangon, as the circuit is the most important way of getting around by the city. They can take the trains with local people who commute and even talk to them. You can see farmland, towns and peasants working in a rural way of life that is very different from the city.
That'?s how most of Myanmar's population is. It' the true word and price, through which most Myanmarans see it. One of the most famous Buddhistic monasteries in Yangon is the Chaukhtatgyi Theatre. It was first donated by a rich Burmese Buddha in 1899, although the picture was finished by others in 1907.
During a visit you can see different natives around the Buddha. About 85% of the people in a land like Myanmar are Buddhists and you can see how religious the people are. Myanmar is available for tailor-made trips. The tour starts or ends in Yangon or Mandalay and lasts about 9 nights; visit Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay and Inle Lake.