Get the full day Yangon & Dala experience with the best price and premium services. Explore to the other side of Yangon with local trishaw ride through the local industries and see their way of life. Short walking tour in Yangon's colonial downtown area and taste the local tea and visit the famous sightseeing places of Yangon.
Yangon’s Inya Lake forms the background of a leisurely bicycling venture. Join our English speaking trail leader, navigating streets, alleys and roads along educational institutions of importance, the authentic side of Yangon and of course, Inya Lake.
The Original Yangon Bike Tour - On this 5-hours easy and enjoyable cycling trip on high-quality mountain bikes, straight out of the city, to the "other side" of Yangon, just across the river, you get to experience the authentic rural lifestyle, and will be overwhelmed by the smiles, shouts and high-fives of the local people you'll meet along the way, far off the tourist trails. Hidden backstreets, enchanted ponds, bustling markets, quaint villages and - adventurous river crossings on boats of different sizes - this and much more will be waiting on this family-friendly and easy tour - Yangon's best all-year-round outdoor activity! Get to see Yangon as most visitors will never have the chance to - this tour is an all-time-favourite with expats, locals and visitors alike!
Breakfast is a fascinating time of day in Yangon and some of the best food is found street side in the morning hours. Get your day started the local way and explore stunning neighborhoods, brimming with vendors and exotic street markets. Price includes all your food and a passionate and knowledgeable guide.
The Yangon Pub Crawl is a fun way to get to know our favorite bars in town, meet new friends (locals/expats/traveler). Party like a local with drinking game, cheap cocktails, and great beer!Our local party guide will explain the culture and give you experiences you'll nevery forget. Come party hard with us and see a side of Myanmar many don't normally see.
The trip from Bangkok to Yangon is popular with its recent opening for the tourists to visit. It goes to Kachanaburi, one of the remarkable place during Japanese war. Here there were a lot of people forcing to build the death railway and later on a lot of them became the victims of the construction. You will continue the next day cycling from the most beautiful of the death river Kwai regions through the villages and then arrive at the border. Furthermore the trip will continue to rural country side of Myanmar and go through some towns such as Dawei, Ye, Bago, Maung Lamying, where you can visit other interesting places such as the golden big Buddhist monastery. You will have a great chance to cycle and enjoy the ride on the Bilugyun Island, where you will absorb the natural view and the nice scenery, and end in Yangon.
The National Theatre of Yangon, located in Yangon, is a national theatre of Myanmar. The theatre is used for cultural exchange programs with foreign countries, for departmental workshops, religious ceremonies, prize giving ceremonies, performing arts competitions, and for musical stage shows.The theater was constructed with aid from People's Republic of China. Construction began on 3 June 1987 and completed on 30 January 1991. Of the total cost of 215.47 million kyats, the Chinese government contributed 150 million kyats and the Burmese side contributed the remainder.