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We Love Kyauktada You can’t say your venture of Yangon is complete if you miss out the buzzing scenes of Kyauktada. A home to various iconic colonial buildings such as YCDC, the High Court Building, Strand Hotel and the Embassies of Australia, India and UK, Kyauktada Township is the heart…

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We Love Insein Famous for its jail and an hour drive away from downtown Yangon, Insein Township is a significant hub for Yangon’s economy and education. First named by the Mon people, Insein means a precious lake in definition. It is also a cultural melting pot of ethnicities, religion and…

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Pazundaung Township Located on the southeastern part of Yangon, Pazundaung Township was the eastern most part of the original city plan laid out the British. Somewhat tucked away and forgotten Pazundaung, is the main route between Downtown and Mingalar Taung Nyunt and Dawbon Townships and as such is often passed…

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We Love Thingangyun Thingangyun Township is located on the eastern side of Yangon and is cirlcled on its eastern side by Panzundaung Creek. It is a middle class township with many government staff living within it and lots of apartment blocks, education centres and schools. It is also Yangon’s most…

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We Love Lanmadaw Lanmadaw Township is located in the western part of the downtown area and is close to China Town. The Township contains a multitude of fashion shops, snack stalls, restaurants, gold & jewellery shops and fruit and vegetable sellers. Lanmadaw Township is home to the Yangon Institute of…

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We Love Thanlyin     Getting there Located on the South Western side of the Yangon river lies leafy green Thanlyin Township. A one hour bike ride or a fifteen minute cab journey (4-5,000 Kyats) from downtown, Thanlyin makes for an ideal daytrip for those looking for an authentic slice…