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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
From $75.00

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Sabai Sabai

The Sabai Sabai restaurant is obviously a very popular restaurant judging by the number of people there when we dined there. Next to us was a table of 20 Bumese people. The food was good - a little...
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Golden Shan

Golden Shan is a no-nonsense, basic place for locals to load up on good food for K3000 ($3.23). It’s a simple all you can eat buffet. It looks like an airplane hangar with large wooden tables and...
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Spices Garden restaurant

We usually do not eat at the same hotel where we stay, apart of breakfast. We made an exception here on our first night, as it was late, we were very tired, and it did look great. Know what? We ate...
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MyCity

The only wifi I found (the only cybercafe was packed with gambling kids) was in MyCity . The place is new and clean, but the food is not exiting, pasta, burger, sushi....., if you like cocktails these...
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Bamboo Beer Station

The Bamboo beer station (about 700 meters south east of the Friendship Hotel, behind the Police station) is a nice place for a sunset beer and some food on Gwa Ya Lake. I had some Lady Finger Skewers,...
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No Name

There was no name, in any way it would not have been readable, the place is opposite the market entrance, close to the bus offices. After the quite awful food I had in Moreh (in general, i really...
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Green Elephant

A short taxi ride away from centre of town in The Green Elephant Restaurant. I had a pleasant and delicious dinner there in March 2004. As we had gone there around 9 pm, there were not too many diners...
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Green Elephant

Green Elephant in Mandalay has a lovely, atmospheric garden setting. It offers traditional Myanmar food, as well as Thai, Chinese Indian and Western dishes. The same company has restaurants in Yangon...
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Night Market

There is a quite nice night market (open air food stalls, chairs and tables) at Strand Road a bit south of Breeze Guesthouse north of the Ngwe Moe Hotel, mostly skewers with chicken, prawns, squid,...
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Le Planteur

You would never expect to find such a luxurious restaurant in Yangon, let alone in the neighborhood it has been founded. French kitchen, swiss owner and management and Myanmar service make it an...
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Fudo Cafe

If you want a real coffee like espresso, cappuccino, ice cream milk shakes and cake the Fudo bakery is a nice place, very clean and modern. I had a excellent cappuccino and a cake It is on the corner...
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Help Grandmother and Grandfather

The Help Grandmother and Grandfather has a nice view at the sea, also some outdoor tables, part of their profit helps the elderly. Don't take their coffee, but the food is nice. I had century egg...
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Phai Lin

Actually it is a Thai restaurant Cuisine is very good I don`t know why almost everyone advices about Sabai Sabai for Thai food , for me - this restaurant is better and cosy , may be because of...
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Shan Ma Ma

The Shan Ma Ma restaurant has excellent local food, you chose one or more plates from the counter and sit down, with the food you did chose comes a bowl of rice, a soup and a plate with cucumbers and...
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Popular Cities in Myanmar (Burma)

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Rangoon

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Mandalay

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Bagan

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Inle Lake

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Nyaungshwe

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Amarapura

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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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herzog63

"Burma - Myanmar Land of amazing sights!"
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vodolaz

"Babushka Burma"
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A2002

"11 days in the Golden Land!"
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