On our second visit to Yangon, we decided to visit China Town, having missed it the first time. It was fascinating, and the architecture eclectic and colourful. However, I did not feel particularly s...
Every morning, you will be able to see the morning market selling seafood, poultry, pork, food by along the road. See how the daily life of the local trade. Interesting and this is almost non existenc...
Not a lot of any interest by day. More colourful at night but really concentrated on one street for food. Head for 19th street and enjoy the street food. At least twenty stalls and several fixed resta...
Yangons Chinatown is concentrated in the streets near the Guangdong Avenue in the city center. It is just across the street from Indian Street and has about 150,000 Chinese. Named Guangdong Avenue, it was because the original Cantonese people lived in this place. But walking through today's Chinatown, you can find that there are Chinese people from all over China, and even the Burmese are here. Both Chinese and Burmese, most of them are wrapped in cages or specialties (Myan traditional costumes), pedal slippers, and Burmese, it is difficult to distinguish.
There is probably no nation in the world that can take root everywhere and be united and friendly. And Chinatown in every place is an indispensable attraction. The warmth and rich cultural atmosphere will always give you a wonderful night.
Rangon's Chinatown gathers about 150,000 local Chinese and overseas Chinese. The Guanyin Temple with a history of 100 years (locally known as the Guangdong Temple) is a hot spot for tourists. It is so busy in the morning and evening that it is so crowded and lively.
Hua Deng at the beginning, the sidewalk of the temple door has become a night market selling fruits and clothes such as watermelon, small oranges and big durian.
There are many restaurants opened by Chinese people. Chinese dumplings, ramen noodles and other Chinese foods are available. Visitors who like Chinese food can enjoy a more authentic diet here.
In the room, I saw the crowds in Chinatown bustling, the messy wires drunk, but there was nothing to make me feel uneasy, but it was full of life, lying in the sun and opening the curtains, then slowly Go out and walk into this strange and lively world.
Yangon Chinatown has a history of hundreds of years and gathers about 150,000 local Chinese and overseas Chinese. The old and quaint colours of the street are unstoppable. In addition to numerous small commodity stores and snack bars, Yangon Chinatown also has Chinese ancestral halls and temples. Many Chinese people open restaurants here, dumplings, ramen noodles and other Chinese foods. Visitors who like Chinese food can eat more authentic Chinese food here.