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Private Full-Day Yangon City Tour with Transfer
"Your magical Yangon adventure starts in the morning when your private guide and driver will pick you up at your local hotel or from the airport. Drive to the heart of the city’s downtown and explore the historic Sule Pagoda on Strand Road. Then shop till the biggest in the city. Though closed on Mondays and public holidays every other day offers the chance to comb through the stalls for traditional handiwork food and clothing. Feast on a delicious Burmese lunch and then continue your adventure by traveling to the Kyaukhtatgyi Pagoda. This pagoda is home to the world’s largest Buddha statue (70 meters long and 229 feet high) as well as gorgeous murals the pagoda dates back 2500 years and is cover in 11 tons of pure gold. You’ll have the perfect vantage point for a gorgeous sunset from the golden stupa. Your guide and driver will take you back to your hotel in the late afternoon.""""Discover the best of Yangon with this private full-day city tour from Yangon City or the Yangon airport. Wander the Sule
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Private Full-Day Yangon City Tour with Thilawa Port Transfers
"Your guide and driver will pick you up at Thilawa port. The journey will start at Sule Pagoda in the middle of downtown Strand Road. Next head to Bogyoke Market (formerly known as Scott's Market) the biggest market in Yangon packed with hundreds of art craft food and clothing stores. (Note: Market is closed on Mondays and public holidays).After lunch you will visit Kyaukhtatgyi Pagoda. This Pagoda holds the world's largest Buddha statue about 70 meters long (229 feet high) and also boasts magnificent murals depicting the life of Buddha. Then take in the culture at a local tea shop. Your guide will bring you to the 2
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Private Full-Day Yangon City Tour with Transfer
"Your magical Yangon adventure starts in the morning when your private guide and driver will pick you up at your local hotel or from the airport. Drive to the heart of the city’s downtown and explore the historic Sule Pagoda on Strand Road. Then shop till the biggest in the city. Though closed on Mondays and public holidays every other day offers the chance to comb through the stalls for traditional handiwork food and clothing. Feast on a delicious Burmese lunch and then continue your adventure by traveling to the Kyaukhtatgyi Pagoda. This pagoda is home to the world’s largest Buddha statue (70 meters long and 229 feet high) as well as gorgeous murals the pagoda dates back 2500 years and is cover in 11 tons of pure gold. You’ll have the perfect vantage point for a gorgeous sunset from the golden stupa. Your guide and driver will take you back to your hotel in the late afternoon.""""Discover the best of Yangon with this private full-day city tour from Yangon City or the Yangon airport. Wander the Sule
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Most Viewed Nightlife in Myanmar (Burma)

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Club 369 in Chinatown

Hello, Nightlife in Yangon is not so flourishing as in Thailand but some developments can be noticed here. For example, club 369 is one of the best and safest place to enjoy dancing (most young...
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palace and emperor

If you are looking for a bit of company in yangon during the evening try the palace or the emperor, there are disco in the same building, (all taxi driver know them).The girls are nice and they stay...
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Right :) Back at...

Right :)Back at Sangklaburi I met with the Dr of Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) . I learned from him about the concentration of refugee camps around the area. The Thai Government...
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Mr.Guitar

If you're in Yangon and it's live music you want, this is your place. It has a pleasant, laid back atmosphere. There is a stage with a live band, and tables where you can have a full meal while...
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Someones house

I was walking to dinner one night when I heard some music coming from a house beside the street. I stopped to have a look and saw that a large family was enjoying karaoke. They noticed me watching and...
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Aung Traditional Puppet Show

When staying in Nyaung Shwe (Inle Lake) you will not find a swinging nightlife. Not to worry, this highly entertaining puppet show is perfect for an after dinner activity. Aung is a skilled puppeteer...
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Beer bar in Mandalay

I'm not a much of a beer drinker, but a glass of good beer on a hot Burmese night is not to be sneezed at.The problem is that beer is comparatively expensive in Burma. Most places only serve bottles,...
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Moustache Brothers Show

During my trips I did not go out very often after dinner to attend a show, just the "Must see".The Moustache Brothers Show is one of the "Must see" in Myanmar.I put the pictures of this show in the...
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Night market.

There are not much nightlife like in other Western countries, to talk about in Myanmar. Perhaps a visit to the night market. It's quite interesting to see the types of things that they sell. You can...
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Karaweik Restaurant

The cultural show is included in the price, and is good in that each act is long enough to be interesting and short enough to not get boring. Some of the dances are very similar to the ones we've seen...
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Pink Delirium, the darn overnight 15hour+ bus ride

The only reason why I would recommend this is because it would save cheapskates like me a night's stay at a hotel! ahhahaahaha Sometimes they have an onboard movie for you. So far I've seen a Myanma,...
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Streets of Myanmar

The street stalls & their night stalls. You literally get to sit with the locals at tables & chairs so small that it brought back memories of my kiddie study desk set!The music is loud at certain...
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Just go to Mae Sai, Thailand

Not much to speak of in Tachilek, Burma....but if you travel to Mae Sai, Thailand just across the border you'll find plenty to keep you occupied. Its not Bangkok but its the same kind of crap on a...
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Out in the open

probably one of the best places in indochina to watch stars....the air (outside downtown yangon) is so clear from smog....you can see all the dippers you have only seen in magazines.at least that my...
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Popular Cities in Myanmar (Burma)

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Rangoon

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Mandalay

Mandalay Division
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Bagan

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Inle Lake

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Nyaungshwe

Shan State
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Amarapura

Mandalay Division
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Top Hotels in Myanmar (Burma)

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Kan Yeik Tha Road, Mingalar Nyunt Township, Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
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Myatlay St., Bagan Myothit (East), Naratheinkha 10
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No 417, corner of 63 rd & 22 nd Road, Aung Myae Tha Zan Township, Mandalay, 952, Myanmar
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Magyizin Village, Inle Lake, Inle Lake, Myanmar
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Mingalar Quarter, Nyaung Shwe Inle Lake , Shan State, Myanmar
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Top Things to Do in Myanmar (Burma)

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Shwedagon Paya

I had been to Yangon twice and both two times I spent sunrise and sunset there, seeing people praying as well tourist observing this magical pagoda. It is truely a masterpiece and you should not miss...
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Mandalay Hill

Sutaungpyi Paya (the Wish Granting Temple) is at the top of Mandalay Hill and this is the final destination of all the tourists, pilgrims and novice monks who have struggled to reach the top. It will...
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Ananda Temple

The stucco and other features of the temple were restored in the late 18th century in the Middle Konbaung Era style and on the temple's 900th anniversary in 1990, the temple spires were gilded. The...
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In Phaw Khone Weaving Workshop

This was not in our "to do" list. But the boat 'driver' decided that was a must for us (I will write later about that driver). All in all, it was a nice experience, not as much as tourist trap as we...
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Mahamuni monastery

There are several monasteries on the hill in the middle of the town, the nicest ones are Mahamuni and Kyakthanlan, best to start in the afternoon and finish with Kyakthanlan monastery to enjoy the...
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The Market

The daily market near the river, about 300 meters west of the Friendship Hotel, is quite interresting, selling vegetables, fruits, meat and a lot of cheap chinese products. Bargaining is a must! ...
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"Myanmar"
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Mique

"The land of the 1.000.000 pagoda's."
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"Burma - Myanmar Land of amazing sights!"
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"Babushka Burma"
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"11 days in the Golden Land!"
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