Where: YANGON‘Yangon is the largest city in Myanmar (formerly Burma). A mix of British colonial architecture, modern high-rises and gilded Buddhist pagodas define its skyline making it visually intriguing. Its famed Shwedagon Pagoda, a huge shimmering pagoda complex, draws thousands of pilgrims annually. Despite not being the capital of Myanmar, this moved to Nay Pyi Taw in 2005, Yangon remains the cultural and commercial heart of Myanmar. The city has an eclectic range of museums, art galleries and markets, in which you can take in Myanmar culture. A trip to Scott Market will heighten your bartering skills and immerse you in the local flavor of a developing and engaging city’.
Follow a professional guide on foot to discover the vibrant atmosphere and bustling streets of Yangon on this exciting 5-hours excursion (estimated 3km). Stroll through Yangon city center, interesting colonial buildings and end the tour at well-known Bogyoke (Scott) market. It’s a great showcase of heritage, religious and colourful street life of Mynamar/Burma. Numbers are limited to 10people on this small-group tour to enjoy personalized attention from guide.
The Yangon Bike & Bite Tour is an extension of Dala Discovery Tour for those who like to combine biking and eating. After biking in Dala, the Yangon Bike & Bite Tour takes you on foot to Yangon’s popular tea shops, local restaurants and street food vendors. You can taste many different types of food and snacks. The tasting tour is full of flavours as it covers a wide range of food that you will find throughout Myanmar.
Explore the former capital of the Golden Land on foot within 4 hours. You will have a chance enjoying the harmony of nature and locals, the stunning views on the Yangon River, the golden plating pagodas as well as the bustling market of the locals.
Drive through the countryside from Yangon to reach the former capital of the Mon kingdom, Bago, on this full-day private tour. Visit the Shwemawdaw Pagoda, one of the most important in Myanmar, the Four-Seated Buddha shrine, the 180-foot (55-meter) reclining Buddha, and much more. Learn about Buddhism and the history of the Mon kingdom from your guide as you walk around the city streets and markets.
Visit the city center and stroll around Mahabandoola Park’s colonial courthouse and the city hall. Next, travel on foot around the colonial area with various historical buildings. Botahtaung Pagoda and Jetty, enjoying the local lives around the area and witness the busy riverside activities on Yangon River. Travel to Night market for another market visit and sample traditional Chinese delicacies. 19th Street, a popular place to have drought Myanmar Beer, together with vegetable and meat sa-tays (BBQ), in the evening.
A leisurely stride with ample time to watch, hear, and witness Yangon from times gone by are encapsulated in this half day walking tour. From Shwedagon magnificence to districts brimming with life, a foot path through colonial Burmese history awaits. • Follow in the footstep of Yangon’s colonial history• Be amazed about the golden magnificence of the Shwedagon• Meander through the streets and alleys of Little India• Watch how local life unfolds by taking well-chosen paths• Witness commerce on a local level at Bogyoke Market