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Stations in Naypyitaw  

Bawgathiri Highway Station, Naypyitaw, Myanmarlogo
Naypyitaw, Myanmarlogo
Naypyitaw Train Station, R5XW+FM Pobba Thiri Township, Myanmarlogo
Myoma Bus Station, Naypyitaw, Myanmar (Burma)logo
Naypyitaw International Airport, International Airport, Naypyitaw, Myanmar (Burma)logo
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Naypyitaw at a glance

High season

March - May
Place you can't miss
Uppatasanti Pagoda
Local currency
Good to know
Naypyitaw is the capital city of Myanmar and represents much of the nation’s pride. This a relatively new city, built in a ten year period in the early 2000s. There is a truly a mythical, and even weird, vibe when visiting the city. There is a small population living in Naypyitaw, and a very small tourist crowd visiting. The city is separated into zones which are separated by green land. Bring a bike with you and cycle through the massive, 20 lane, empty highways. Truthfully, Naypyitaw isn’t a place to go for sightseeing, moreso a good place for rest.

Your questions, our answers

Wi-fi is the norm in big cities – most hotels and guesthouses and some restaurants and cafes will have it and it's normally free. There are also internet cafes in the cities, although they are usually used for online gaming. Internet access can even be found in relatively remote locations, such as Mrauk U. However, with low bandwidth and power outages, it can often be a frustrating exercise to send and receive large files over the internet, particularly in rural areas.

Independence Day | Karen New Year | Union Day | Peasants' Day | Full Moon Day of Tabaung | Armed Forces Day | Thingyan Eve | Thingyan | Labour Day | Vesak | Beginning of Vassa | Burmese Martyrs' Day | Tazaungdaing festival | Thadingyut Festival | National Day in Myanmar | Christmas Day | Karen New Year


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Voltage: 230V, Socket Type: C, D, F and G.

Yes, But with heavy fees.



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