Yangon

Yangon

Buddhist temples, sky bars, green parks invite to Myanmar's largest city

Location: 

Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)

Duration: 

Monday, March 12, 2018

Personal highlights

  1. Yangon: industrial port city and former capital of Myanmarinfo-icon
  2. Diversity: religious sites, green parks, colonial architecture
  3. Metropolis: 7,5 million people, yet it does not seem overcrowded
  4. Rooftop Bars: overlooking the city from several high buildings
  5. My experience: enjoy walking around in different areas

Image sources

  1. View of Shwedagon Pagoda
  2. British colonial buildings
  3. Golden Buddhist statue
  4. Driving a TucTuc in Dala

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