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Shwedagon Pagoda is one of the attractions in Yangon. It is really significant one and the first pagoda in Buddhism history,too. It is high about 326 ft and wide about 900 ft from South to North and 700 ft from East to West. The best time to visit this pagoda is evening with sunset, of...
Bogyoke Aung San Market
an excellent source to buy Burmese handicrafts, such as wood carvings or lacquerware. Beware, however, because some lacquerware is not traditionally-made, and will wear away quickly. The market is also known for its clothing and fabrics. This is a site to see by itself and expect to get...
The original pagoda was destroyed by allied bombing during the Second World War but the site has a legendary history as long as that of the Shwedagon or the Sule Paya, and it is supposed to house more strands of the Buddha's hair brought to the site by a thousand soldiers (hence the name...
Acacia Tea Salon
Tea time in the garden with the High Tea Set menu along with Yangon Tea is highly recommended. They do serve complete meals as well. The setting is great although the indoor air-con is aggressively low. Note they do the catering services for Air Mandalay, which is great.