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Yangon, or Rangoon as the city’s still often referred, was founded in the 11th century. Resting along the banks of the Irrawaddy River it has seen many incarnations including up until 1948 being part of the British Empire. Most recently, it lost its status as the Burmese capital to the newly created city of Naypyidaw. Regardless, wandering the tree lined streets, the riverbanks, the shady parks and lakes you will understand why Yangon is still known as the ‘Garden City of the East’.

Home to over 5 million people it remains a tranquil Asian city oozing with history and culture. Yangon is home to the most revered Buddhist temple in Myanmar, the awe inspiring gold plated Shwedagon Pagoda. As well as Scott’s Market, a relic of the British colonialism dating back to 1926. The tales spun by literary legends Orwell and Somerset Maugham bring Myanmar to life in your mind, but you need to fully experience this city yourself.

Our Myanmar tour specialists will give you the best advice on where to visit in Yangon and when. Our specialists can provide you with what no other travel agent can — expertise founded on living in Myanmar.