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People normally go to Sule area . So , it's the city center of course. Just go for a walk and say " Mingalarbar " to locals. But be careful for pickpocket and cheating little monks . I'm a Buddhist . But we don't cheat...More
This is the major open area in Yangon and is surrounded by some of the most important buildings in Burmese history. Maha Bandula Park (Victoria Park during the colonial period) also witnessed the major political events of the country that led to the rise of...More
This park has the independence monument in it and is a popular place to visit, especially at the weekend. There are usually a few things going on there at the weekend and as a result gets a few people visiting. It is free to enter...More
This park is public park for local people to hang out and for tourist to take picture of the monument .Overall this is a very clean and well maintain park. It is very near to Sule Pagoda and City Hall.This is also the place where...More
It a perfect place to meet some local students as they come here to practice their English. Located by Sule pagoda and also tea house is just around the corner. There was an interesting photo exhibition on display at the end of February.
We arrived for a walking tour and this is the meeting place. We witnessed one of the biggest rally in support for the Changing of the 2008 Constitution. We'd daresay this place is the place with so much history in terms of political and social...More
A good impression is created upon entry, but following a close inspection one is a little disappointed. Litter is blatantly strewn on the grass, and everywhere, with no respect whatsoever for others. On the other hand, hardly any bins are in sight, thus encouraging rubbish...More