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Yangon, formerly known as Rangoon under British occupation, is the commercial centre of the country. A bustling city of over five million people, Yangon is at the cusp of change with a growing modern skyline and the opening of new restaurants, trendy cafes, and boutique shops.
Despite recent developments, Yangon still retains the largest number of intact colonial buildings in Asia making it an architectural gem worth discovering. Complementing this landscape are glistening temples and pagodas dotted throughout the city serving some of the most devout Buddhists in the world.
|Mandalay||1hr 15min flight|
|Bagan||1hr 20min flight|
|Heho (Inle Lake)||1hr 10min flight|
|Bangkok, Thailand||1hr 20min flight|
|Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||2hr 20min flight|
A bustling main boulevard in Yangon
Worshippers light candles at Shwedagon Pagoda
The scenic Kandawgi Lake was originally built by the British as a reservoir
Yangon is home to one of the largest collection of British colonial heritage buildings
The Sule Pagoda is situated in the heart of Yangon and serves as an important religious site