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The City of Yangon, also referred to as Rangoon, is the largest and most populated city in Myanmar (Burma). It is also the capital of the Yangon Region. The city has the largest number of colonial buildings in Southern Asia and is centered around the Sule Pagoda, built before the Shwedagon Pagoda in 1363. Founded in 1030, Yangon is not as developed as many other cities in Myanmar. Still, it retains and values its historic buildings and sites.
The warm climate of Yangon, as well as its proximity to the Yangon River and Gulf of Martaban make it a great place to hit the beach. In fact, there are dozens of beaches along the river within a few miles of the city. Emerald Beach on Thumana Road is actually on the Bago River just to the west of the Yuzana Jetty. If you want a beach on the Bay, Letkhokkon Beach is a bit further than the others but well worth the drive.
For other natural enjoyment, the parks in Yangon are wonderful. Near the Shwedagon Pagoda, you can visit the 150-acre Kandawgyi Nature Park with a lake as large as the park. Hlawga National Park has over 800 acres that include a mini zoo as well as a wildlife park. Inya Lake Park is also a popular hangout with the locals and has a beautiful lake near downtown Yangon.
You do not have to bring your luggage with you when you sightsee in Yangon. Stop by one of our Bounce locations and drop off your belongings first so you can explore unhindered. Many of the attractions do not allow bags to be brought in, and you cannot go shopping with them because you need to carry your purchases. Book on the app, and then show up right away if you want. Even locals can use our services when they need a quick and easy place to stash their bags.
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Yangon is an ancient city with a plethora of memorials and shrines, as well as 15 museums of all types. Besides the typical history and art museums, they also have a drug elimination museum with three floors of exhibits about drug abuse, a motion pictures museum, and an elephant museum.
Shwedagon Pagoda: In the middle of the city on Yay Tar Shay Street, this 2,500 year-old pagoda is the oldest and the most famous in the world. The gold-covered dome has a stupa covered with more than 7,000 sapphires, topaz, rubies, and diamonds, with one giant emerald at the top. About 367 feet tall, the pagoda also has eight strands of Buddha hair enshrined with other relics. You will have to remove your shoes before going inside, though.
Yangon Zoo: Although the 136 species including the red panda, Eld’s deer, white rhino, and rare white tiger are all pretty awesome reasons to head to the zoo, there is much more in this fantastic place. Found on Kan Road, the Yangon Zoo also has a zipline, elephant museum, and even elephant rides. Built in 1901 and covering almost 60 acres, King Edward VII Carnivore House is also a popular place at the zoo.
Myanmar Amber Museum: If you have seen Jurassic Park, you may remember the importance of amber in preserving ancient species. Myanmar Amber Museum on 37th Street has various really cool insects and other critters naturally preserved in amber. Some of the most popular are the beaded lacewing, the termite, and the snakefly.
Going shopping for that all-important retail therapy or just to grab some souvenirs for the loved ones back home? The local Yangon artisans and vendors will welcome you on every street and alley, or you can just head to the nearest market or mall.
Malls: Junction City Mall on Bogyoke Aung San Road has over 30 shops from Bee Choo Origin to Uniq Han. They also have a dozen eateries like the typical Pizza Hut, Food Streat, and My Sushi. Myanmar Plaza on Kabar Aye Pagoda Road features four floors of fun, including stores, eateries, and even a fitness club and ice-skating rink. And City Mall St. John on Pyay Road offers shopping at over 100 shops, a food court, and a cinema to catch a show.
Markets: The markets are everywhere from outside the pagodas to inside the zoo. The Scott Market (Bogyoke Aung San Market) is a famous bazaar in Pabedan township with everything you can imagine. Sule Square on Sule Pagoda Road is a mix of retail shops and market stalls, so you get a variety of choices. The indoor/outdoor Da Nyin Gone Market is also a great place to visit.
Specialty Shops: Are you looking for coconuts or bananas? This famous and busy market on Kyee Myindaing Kanner Road has other produce, too, but the bananas and coconuts are pulled in by the truckload. For religious items, check out the stalls and kiosks along the Shwedagon Pagoda or one of the other pagodas in the city. For souvenirs, try JSW Souvenirs on Myittar Road, S&S Souvenir Shop on Industrial Road, or Lady Luck Jewelry and Souvenirs on Saya San Road.
Burmese cuisine is separated by inland and coastal. Inland food consists of poultry and other meat, while coastal cuisine is mainly seafood. But no matter where you are, noodles and rice are sure to be somewhere on the menu.
Local Cuisine: For the best samosa thoke (potato and chickpea pastry), visit Burma Bistro on the corner of Merchant and Shwe Bon Thar Roads. It looks run down from the outside, but the inside is quaint, and the food is great. Taing Yin Thar on Kanbae Road is a nice restaurant with the best seafood in Myanmar. Lucky 7 on 49th Street has excellent mohinga (rice vermicelli and boiled eggs), as well as delicious rice cakes.
Fine Dining: If you want to get dressed up and be pampered, go to The Strand Restaurant on Strand Road. They have French and international dishes in a beautiful setting. Eat at the Governor’s Residence on Taw Win Road for some real pampering. You’ll get the best of all tastes in a stunning establishment. For a unique treat, Seeds Restaurant on Tun Nyein Street has air pavilions where you can eat in the trees and then take a boat ride.
Dessert Food: Baked goods have never looked so impressive. Feast your eyes on the selection at Yangon Bakehouse on Kaba Aye Pagoda Road. They have cake, cookies, pudding, and other delicious delights in a cozy setting. Home Sweet Home on Strand Road will serve you desserts that are almost too pretty to eat. Take a lot of photos before you chow down. And for ice cream, get over to Swensen’s Ice Cream on Anawyahtar Road, where they have what locals call first-class ice creams.
How much does luggage storage cost in Yangon?
The price for luggage storage in Yangon is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Is it safe to store your bags in Yangon?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Yangon.
Are there storage lockers in Yangon?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Yangon. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Yangon where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
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