Thứ Sáu, 20 tháng 7, 2018

WHAT TO await FROM A memorable YANGON journey

Known as myanmar, myanmar is now considered as one of the hidden pearls of Indochina. Burma completely steals travelers' heart at the moment they set foot on this mysterious land. Coming to myanmar, to one of the most beautiful countries in Southeast Asia, you will have a amazing occasion to experience a variety of cultures and nature, which have retained numerous of its historical and special features. Especially, one of the most pretty mysteries of this glamorous country is Yangon - the largest city in burma. Now, we would such as to show you a helpful guideline which will help you get an unforgettable Yangon tour.

Notes previous departure

- myanmar only exempts entry visas for Vietnamese within 14 days instead of 30 days as other Southeast Asian countries.
- many of the large temples here own extra shooting fees next to the entrance fee. So be sure you own bought the right kind of ticket prior you step inside.
- Buddhism is nearly the national religion throughout the country. This is very important, you should pay attention, respect the monks, pagodas, as well as the Buddha statue. Remember to wear trousers and long-sleeved dress. Take off your shoes when coming into pagodas or Myanmarese people’s house.
- Exchange money previous going if you want to go shopping in myanmar. In addition, you also should bring a lot of cash with you to reserve (if you want to exchange currency, US dollar and the Euro are the easiest to trade)
- be sure you possess Kyat, the currency of myanmar to spend most conveniently.

Day 1: explore ancient temples and the city in your Yangon adventure

Café Sule


Café Sule



Located in Sule Shangri-La, this is a good destination to possess a full Burmese style breakfast. The food is perfectly traditional myanmar and you contain a spacious variety of options and glamorous buffet. Try the "Mohinga", this stewed catfish is a national dish and is a characteristic of this region's breakfast. If you are looking for a more affordable site then you could try the "Mohinga" at a road food stall.

Sule Pagoda


Sule Pagoda



After your full breakfast, you could hang out and get to the Sule Pagoda. It is extremely easy to notice because this temple is located in the middle of the broad crossroads of the city. This temple is quite alike to Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon because it is located in the middle of the market. Here you will feel the contrast between the space inside and outside the temple. In addition, the architecture and sculpture of the temple is also a renowned characteristic. This place is also very good-hearted at night, so it is worth coming back again to realize this destination.

Besides, the temple is also known for for its splendor and even a beautifully decorated Buddha statue. To travel this site you are absolutely free of charge, the only note is that you ought to bring off your shoes before entering the temple. Also, you should pay attention to the signs when taking pictures.

Bogyoke Aung San Market

Located on Bo Gyoke road, Bogyoke Aung San Market is the largest market in Yangon, the best site to go shopping. Here, citizen trade tremendous interesting items like jewelry (you could notice jade and gems all over myanmar here), textiles, and even food. You should come here on your primary day in your Yangon tours to order a colorful "longyi". This is a traditional dress worn by both men and women in myanmar, extremely comfortable and convenient.



Bogyoke Aung San Market



You can play indigenous citizen by trying this outfit or buying it for your relatives as a splendid and special souvenir.

Shwedagon Pagoda

This is perhaps the most visited destination in your Yangon tour, as well as the most splendid and luxurious destination in burma. The temple impresses with the large campus and the temple is covered with gold and diamonds on the top. Come here at sunset and linger for a moment to see the splendor of it both day and night.



Shwedagon Pagoda



This place is one of the most sacred pagodas to Burmese citizen so there are also a few things to note. The primary is that when you come to Shwedagon Pagoda, you ought to ensure that you wear ideal clothings covering the shoulders and legs. It is best to wear a long dress and a jacket to make sure you are comfortable. Besides, you also must "buy tickets" to be photographed, keep the ticket carefully and you will could take more and more rich photo to save memories here. Eventually, do not forget to bring a small bottle of water to fight off the heat.

Day 2 - discover daily life of locals in your Yangon journey

Yangon Circular Train


Yangon Circular Train



This is often considered the best way to experience the daily life of the locals in Yangon. Get on the train and enjoy the quiescent scenery as well as the ordinary sound of Yangon people. You should book in advance if you want to contain a cabin with air conditioner (in case you do not such as the heat or are easy to sweat). The trip is around 3 hours, but whenever you such as, you be able to also climb down.

Kandawgyi Park


Kandawgyi Park



Run away from the bustling life of the city, from the noise and the work pressure to relax the beauty of the natural scenery in this calm park nearby a glorious lake. The main destination that you could not miss here is the Royal Barge in the middle of the lake. It is truly amazing such as a floating palace.

Lucky 7


Lucky 7



Located on road & Mahabandoola, Lucky 7 is a traditional teahouse and a must-visit site in your Yangon tours. Try to eat in groups here if possible, so that you could share and try more Myanmar's specialties. You also ought to taste a cup of milk tea, samosas or tea leave salad here. These traditional dishes are specially formulated with featured ingredients and formulas, which can captivate both domestic and international tourists.

Sarkies Bar at The Strand Hotel


Sarkies Bar at The Strand Hotel



Situated on 92 Strand road road, The Strand is the most classic hotel in Yangon and is home to historical stories, legends about the past of Yangon. It was built in 1901 and has since retained most of its first features. If you do not intend to stay here, at least visit, bring a look and own some drink at the Sarkies Bar. Enjoy the drink while chatting with friends in the vibrant atmosphere of the bar, you will feel such as you are immersing in the daily life of Yangon citizen and becoming part of this captivating city.

Day 3 - explore the odd beauty of Yangon

Taukkyan War Cemetery


Taukkyan War Cemetery



Outside the city about an hour's drive, this cemetery is a must-visit destination for those who want to learn about the history of burma. A still and calm place to pay tribute to those who died in the war. You be able to go here early in the morning, or stop here while on your way to Bago or Mandalay

Shan noodles 999


Shan noodles 999



You do not have to go far to realize the best delicacies in myanmar outside of this Shan 999 noodle shop. The shop name belongs to Shan noodles, and other dishes here also belong to Shan District, with impeccable taste. The food that you definitely should not be overlooked is Shan noodles served with golden tofu.

Russian Temple Htat Gyi

Situated on Shwe Gon Taing road, this tranquil sanctuary features numerous typical examples of Burmese architecture and art in Yangon. The most enormous sitting Buddha image also belongs to this temple, as high as 19.8 meters. The afternoon is the most pleasant time you could go to this place. Enjoy glorious sunset landscape, when the golden rays glisten on the temple roof, with the scent of incense will be an unforgettable experience in your Yangon tour.

Bogyoke Aung San Museum


Bogyoke Aung San Museum



The museum, which is also the home of General Aung San, contains decorative items as well as historic furniture dating back to the 1920s. You will own a relative spectacle of state of the art myanmar history while visiting here. The only regret is that this place is not allowed to take pictures so you must pay attention to this rule.

Aung Thukha

This is a small but great destination to sample and relax a full traditional burma meal. A perfect end to the perfect ultimate day in your Yangon journey. And the dishes that you definitely not miss are Burmese curries. Here you may choose curry made from beef, fish, shrimp, pork or lamb. You be able to enjoy your delicious curries with a variety of side dishes such as rice, salad, fried vegetables, soups,… This is really a unique experience that can satisfy any prissy visitors

get to to burma, go to wonderful Yangon, tourists will be completely dazed before the beautiful sight of old temples, pristine nature and unique customs here. Let's relax the extraordinary landscape of this mysterious land and do not forget to save the pictures of a beautiful Yangon! Wish you possess a fantastic Yangon tour!