The political hub of the city, the Yangon City Hall powerfully exemplifies traditional Burmese architecture and design in an urban setting.
Relax with the locals on the green lawns of Mahabandoola Park and visit the Yangon Independence Monument which was constructed in the year of Myanmar’s independence from the British.
Built more than 2500 years ago, the Sule Pagoda is a timeless symbol of Burmese belief and ideology sitting amongst modern towering infrastructure.
Walk along Merchant road during office hours to witness the hustle and bustle of private, public banks and numerous government agencies all the while enjoying the colonial architecture of the buildings.
First opening in 1926, the Bogyoke Aung San Market (formerly Scott’s Market) is the major bazaar of the city known for its colonial architecture and British-colonial-era cobblestone paths. A must-see, the bazaar offers everything you can imagine from Burmese handicrafts, traditional clothing, and jewelry to every shape and form of souvenirs.