Yangon is a whole mix of architecture; at first glance, you see the colonial building with British architecture, modern high rising buildings and Buddhist pagodas. Yangon stays true to its first impression with a lot to offer.
The local fresh market
If you want a taste of the local life in Yangon, the local fresh market is the ideal place for you to pay a visit. There are plenty of fresh markets, but the market on street 26, Thein Gyi Market is quite notable. From your hotel in Yangon, you’ll be able to get to this market without trouble.
If you’re in need of some peace and quiet away from downtown Yangon, the place to go to is Kandawgyi Park. A section of the park consists of a lake boardwalk, where you can walk with views of the lake and a gorgeous sunset! Another section of the park has a handful of restaurants to grab a bite.
National Museum of Myanmar
If you find museums amusing, then you’ll appreciate a visit to the National Museum of Myanmar. An old building with a wealth of artefacts, artwork, relics and several golden objects from the Royal courts of Myanmar, you’re bound to find this museum amusing and knowledgeable. The museum is closed on Mondays.
As one of the most religious sites in Myanmar, the Shwedagon Pagoda is visible throughout the entire city, as the golden pagoda reaches a height of 99 metres. A visit to this sacred site is a must as it is a well-preserved Buddhist monument as it is less than 20 minutes away from Sedona Hotels in Yangon.
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