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Yangon Guided City Tour
US$ 34
No hidden fees or surcharges
Free cancellation up to 48 hours before the service starts
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Lively markets, colonial architecture and delicious cuisine: ride Yangon's iconic local train and discover the monuments, traditions and contrasts of Myanmar's former capital on this guided tour.

Da Nyin Gone Market in Yangon
St Mary's Cathedral
Exploring Yangon's Chinatown
Yangon's circular train: the best way to discover the city

Yangon Guided City Tour

Meet your local tour guide at 8 am by the Independence Monument in Maha Bandula Park, in the heart of Yangon, the former capital of Myanmar. From there, you'll head to the central station to hop on board the slow train that circles the entire city, one of the best ways to discover Yangon.

Make a stop at Da Nyin Gone, where the railway tracks double as a marketplace. Immerse yourself in the lively buzz of the market, a great introduction to daily life in Myanmar. You'll spend around 45 minutes exploring the market and discovering the different food stalls selling all manner of fresh fruit, vegetables and exotic products, while your guide reveals fascinating facts about local culture and traditions. You'll also have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious tea or coffee in a nearby cafe.

You'll then hop back on the train to continue the journey around this magical city, finally reaching the historic centre of Yangon. Arriving at Pazundaung station, you'll make your way to a local restaurant, where you'll be treated to a mouth-watering meal of typical Burmese delicacies. Hope you're hungry!

Following this well-earned break, you'll embark on a guided tour of the main streets of Yangon, discovering the city's most emblematic monuments from the colonial era, passing by spiritual Buddhist spots and watching the locals go about their daily lives. You'll also visit Chinatown and Little India, two of Yangon's lively neighbourhoods with their own unique architecture and culture.

The final stop on your comprehensive guided tour of Yangon will be at St Mary's Cathedral, where you'll admire the impressive red brick Gothic Revival façade, strikingly different from the other churches found around the city.

Covid-19 Measures

All of our providers comply with local legislation and applicable health recommendations regarding protective material and safety to help avoid the spread of Covid-19.

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Price

Per person Children under 6
US$ 33
not permitted
  • Per person

    US$ 33
  • Children under 6

    not permitted

More Information

Duration

6 - 7 hours.

Language The activity takes place with a guide that speaks in english.

The activity takes place with a guide that speaks in english.

Included

English speaking guide.

Train ticket.

Lunch.

Tea or coffee.

When to book?

You can book up until 24 hours before the activity as long as there are still places. Book now to guarantee your spot.

Digital voucher

Show the voucher on your phone to take part in the activity.

Accessibility

No, not suitable for people with reduced mobility.

Pet-friendly?

No.

Frequently asked questions

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    A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.

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US$ 34
No hidden fees or surcharges
Free cancellation up to 48 hours before the service starts

We currently don’t have any scheduled dates for this activity.

Free cancellation

Free! Free cancellation up to 48 hours before the activity starts. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.

Meeting point

Independence Monument in Maha Bandula Park.