Yangon Central Railway Station is the hub of Myanmar’s national railway. It was built during the British colonial period and was later rebuilt by the Myanmar government. However, the exterior looks very shabby. Although the exterior is not glamorous, the architectural style is unique. You can come and have a look when you visit Yangon. The largest railway station in Myanmar with an area of 5,110 square meters. The railway station was only rebuilt in 1954. It is a traditional Burmese architectural style with a layered roof design, which is very special. Due to time constraints, I only took pictures outside when visiting the railway station, and did not take the circular train.