Experiencing food is one of the most enjoyable things to do for travelers in Asia and it is no exception for Myanmar. Street food in Myanmar is something that acts as a quick snack for locals but is also a way to spend time with friends and enjoy conversation. But do you know where to find the best street dishes in Yangon on your own? Let’s explore Yangon street foods to taste at least 8 different types of snacks and hope that you find with us a perfect way to complete your culinary exploration of Yangon.
Travel like a local, see the hidden part of Yangon, as you won't otherwise see, by having a popular circular train ride in Yangon. Not just all the surprising things you will see along the way, one of the local market will display the way of life of people, try some of Burmese traditional snacks while learning some Burmese words and make transactions yourself. After browsing busy street, your guide will lead you the most distinguished university of Yangon built in 19 century , filled with colorful history of the past, love stories, learn the role of students in the struggle of democracy in Myanmar, enjoy your amazing time. . Visit some of the city’s most diverse neighborhoods, and enjoy a series of distinctive local food tastings tailored to your interests. Learn to order, eat and enjoy Yangon food like a local, and hear the secrets behind your favorite dishes. The tour is a small group tour up to 10 people.
Winding our way through downtown's historic and diverse neighborhoods we'll drop by some of our favourite food stalls, family owned eateries and a fascinating market. The perfect way to get a complete understanding of Yangon food culture with a knowledgeable guide!
Experience Yangon's food culture on an evening walking tour of street food venues and markets. With a guide, explore the neighborhoods of downtown Yangon, including Chinatown and Little India, stopping by food stalls and family-owned eateries for a variety of tastings. Learn about the history of each dish from your guide while you eat.
This tour is great if you want to spend an evening getting to know the city and its food scene. Lead by our expert food guide, you will discover more about the local culture through food.Exploring the city by rickshaw will let you see more of impressive view of downtown Yangon than is possible while working.
Kick off from the central Mahabandoola Garden where your guide will take you to the first stop – grilled fish barbequed over hot charcoal and served with lime and tamarind dipping sauces. As you amble up through the backstreets of Old Yangon on your tour, you’ll dive into a famous noodle house famed for its authentic dishes from Shan province. You’ll start to see a marked difference in the dishes as you enter Yangon’s Little India. En route though the bustling neighborhood, you’ll make several stops to try hot, lightly spiced samosas, crisp dosas best dipped into a variety of pickles and curries and a famed Bengali sweet shop. Your next stop on our Yangon tour is Chinatown, a vibrant district with a fascinating history. It’s not short of places to eat, but not all are made equal. You’ll make stops at old Chinese bakeries, 3rd generation soup houses, a lively tea house for bao buns and springs runs and much more. End with cold Myanmar beer and barbecued skewers along the famed 19th street. *Sorry veggies, this one isn’t for you. We’re working on a meat-free Yangon tour which we hope to launch soon.**Vendors take time off too, so we can’t promise every Yangon food tour will be the same. Fear not, the night will always be packed with good stuff.
What is the better way to explore the local culture than enjoy the authentic cuisine and sharing the meals with the native on one of the most bustling of the city? With this tour, you will be familiarized with the boulevards of Yangon with grand buildings from the colonial time. Next, passing through the Shwe Bon Thar road and browsing through all the shops and vendors selling a wide range of products. Then, we continue to China Town to indulge in even more shopping spree and enjoy the food on the road of this busy town.
A real taste of Yangon packed with history, culture and community as we take part in 03:00 hours of authentic food tastings to intimately experience how the locals live, eat and shop in the city of Yangon .
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