Tours & Tickets
Although no longer the capital of Myanmar, Yangon remains Myanmar's largest and most commercially important city, with a population of 5 million. Since 2010, the city has undergone rapid development and real estate prices have skyrocketed, as both local and foreign investors scramble to take a foothold here. However, shantytowns still remain around the city. Downtown is a bustling core of market streets and motorbike traffic. Travelers will enjoy eating street food like mohinga, the national dish, and chatting with the supremely friendly local residents. The Shwedagon Pagoda is the top site in town, attracting both tourists and pilgrims from around the world. the best places to stay in town, look no further than The Strand and Traders Hotel Yangon.
No(66,67,68,69,78,79), East D, Bogyoke AungSan Market, 11141, Pabedan, Township, Yangon 11141
Maha Bandoola Rd 95-1 | Maha Bandula, Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
Inya Lake is a famous natural landscape in Yangon and a large lake in the city. The lake is clear and clear, surrounded by trees on the lakeside, and the green environment is very good, suitable for walking and relaxing. In addition, the lakeside also has a Myanmar rowing club. Those who are interested in this water project can be accompanied by professional rowing athletes to row a boat on the lake to experience a competitive sport.