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Yangon is surrounded with cultural and landscape aesthetics, dotted with majestic golden pagodas, serene emerald lakes and colourful markets. Enjoy easy access places to visit in Yangon, such as Inya Lake or Shwedagon Pagoda.

DestinationDistanceTravelling Time (by car)
Yangon International Airport11 km20-minutes
Myanmar Convention Centre9 km15-minutes
Railway Station6 km10-minutes
Central Business District6 km10-minutes
Inya Lake200 m2-minutes (walking distance)
Shwedagon Pagoda6 km10-minutes
Bogyoke Aung San/Scotts Market, Sule Pagoda9 km15-minutes
Chinatown15 km25-minutes
Travelling time serves only as an estimate and may vary according to traffic conditions.

Yangon has earned the name of the Garden City of the East with the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda dominating the city skyline. Plated with more than 30 tonnes of gold and towering 99 metres over the city, the tip of the pagoda is set with diamonds, rubies, topaz and sapphires.

Old colonial buildings are frequent sites in the city with the City Hall as one of the grandest. Two lakes, Kandawgyi, close to the city centre and Inya, outside town, add to the pleasant atmosphere.

Other places of interest to visit in Yangon during your stay in Myanmar include National Museum, Zoological Garden, Wildlife Park in Hlawga and the People’s Park on Pyay Road.

General Information
Acceptable Credit CardsJCB, China Union Pay,  Mastercard and Visa
ClimateMarch to October – Warm; November to February – Cool
Recommended AttireCasual and light clothing is advised. All footwear must be removed when entering religious buildings. Mini skirts, shorts and revealing clothes are prohibited when visiting temples and pagodas.
LanguageBurmese is the common language, however English is widely used.
Travel VisaA travel visa is required to enter Myanmar. E-visa for tourists can now be applied at