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Yangon Flights Guide

Yangon, MyanmarEmerging from more than 50 years of military dictatorship, Myanmar and its former capital Yangon, are gradually reaching the radar of adventurous tourists. The country's commercial and cultural center, Yangon is home to a mixture of British, Burmese, Indian and Chinese influences, along with crumbling colonial-era buildings. Unlike other parts of Southeast Asia where tourism is rampant, Yangon's previous isolation from the West means that tourists are still a novelty in this area. With its worn historical charm and friendly locals, it would be no surprise if this city soon begins to rival its neighbours when it comes to tourism.

The easiest way to get around in Yangon is by taxis, which are cheap, although typically a little shabby and lacking air-conditioning. You're expected to negotiate a price before getting in, but fortunately, scamming and overpricing is rare, so this shouldn't be a challenge.

Yangon's most famous attraction is the massive golden Swedagon Pagoda, which is best seen at sunrise or sunset. There are a number of small shops in the Pagoda's entrance hallway, which are good places to shop for Burmese antiques. Nearby, you'll also find peaceful Kandawgyi Lake, the eclectic food stalls at Hledan Market, as well as Kyauk Taw Gyi's towering marble Buddha.

It's never difficult to find a cheap place to eat in Yangon, since you'll see street stalls on every corner. Street stalls are the best place to try authentic Burmese cuisine, which is a bit like a cross between Thai food and Indian. Despite its long separation from the West, Yangon also offers a surprisingly decent selection of international food, as well as a few more upscale restaurants. Yangon's nightlife scene is still growing, but you won't have any trouble finding somewhere to grab a beer.

Yangon is an excellent place to have a shirt tailored for an affordable price, with prices averaging around $6 USD. You'll also find an interesting mix of shops in Chinatown, as well as Bogyoke Aung San Market, which offers a good selection of Burmese handicrafts and fabrics.


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