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Celebrate the Ananda Pagoda Festival in Bagan

In Myanmar’s temple town, Bagan, the Ananda Temple hosts the annual Ananda Pagoda Festival. Find out all about the festival and how to attend it here.

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Top street food to eat in Myanmar

Myanmar street food is an eccentric mix of its neighbors with its own twist. Find out Burmese`s favorite street eats such as their breakfast staple here.

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The 7 best places to watch the sunrise and sunset in Myanmar

Many of Myanmar`s most popular destinations have gained fame because of the phenomenal sunset and sunrise views they offer; arguably the best in the world!

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Stations in Yangon  

GI Group Express (166), Ananda Gon Yi St, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)logo
GI Express, Myin Chan Street, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)logo
JJ Express Office, Aung Mingalar Bus Station, Yangon, Myanmarlogo
Asia Dragon Express Bus, Q5J6+W4 Yangon, Myanmarlogo
Ye Aung Lan, W5M5+4V Yangon, Myanmarlogo
Dagon Ayar Highway Bus Station, Kyaik Latt Street, Yangon, Myanmarlogo
Shwe Loon Pyan Express Bus, Oak Thar Street, Yangon, Myanmarlogo
Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)logo
Yangon Central Train Station, Kun Chan Road, Yangon, Myanmarlogo
Parami Bus Station, Yangon, Myanmarlogo
Aung Mingalar Highway Bus Station, Yangon, Myanmarlogo
Aung Mingala Highway Bus Terminal, Aung Mingalar Street, Yangon, Myanmarlogo
Yangon International Airport, Yangon Airport Rd, Yangon, Myanmarlogo
Shwe Chaung Tha Express, Yangon, Myanmarlogo
Shwe Man Thu Express Gate, Parami Road, South Okkalapa Township, Yangon, Myanmarlogo
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Yangon at a glance

High season

Dec - Feb
Place you can't miss
The Secretariat
Local currency
Good to know
Although most of Myanmar may seep with it’s relics, such a city has both a diverse population and hundreds of sights to see. Come to Yangon to get tangled between the crowds in booming festivals, or at the golden pagodas that decorate the city center. During your explorations in Yangon, Myanmar’s rich and complex culture will be thrown at you with force. Don’t be afraid at the grandeousness of Yangon; the Inya lake is an oasis in Yangon where monkeys and pangolins will run by you as you kick back and sip on a local Myanmar beer.

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.