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8-Hour Yangon Highlights Tour
  • Tour Category

    Group Tour

  • Tour Types

    History, Sightseeing, Walking

  • Duration

    8 Hours

  • Activity Level


  • Language



Discover the cultural history of Yangon, the largest city of Myanmar, in 10 hours. Visit Yangon's modern high-rises and gilded Buddhist pagodas that define its skyline. Travel to the famed Shwedagon Paya, a huge, shimmering pagoda complex that draws thousands of pilgrims annually. Pay a visit to the city's other notable religious sites, such as the Botataung and Sule pagodas, both housing Buddhist relics. Visit Bogyoke Aung San Market, Kandawgyi Lake and more on this tour.

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    • Visit Bo Ta Htaung Pagoda.

    • Explore people's daily lives around the jetty and Yangon River with panoramic views worthy of a photoshoot.

    • Look around the city centre landmarks -  Sule Pagoda, Mahabandoola Park, Colonial Buildings and many different religious buildings.

    • Break at a tea shop for a few moments.

    • Visit Chauk Htet Gyi, the great colossal Reclining Buddha Image.

    • Lunch at a local restaurant.

    • Discover the benefits of retail therapy at the Bogyoke Aung San Market (Scott Market).

    • Explore the General Aung San Museum.

    • Visit the Kandawgyi Lake Park.

    • Explore the world-famous Great Golden Shwedagon Pagoda.

What's Included
  • Transport facility
  • Local Licensed English Speaking Guide
  • The entry & Camera fees
  • Drinking water
  • Local snacks
What's Excluded
  • Meals 
  • Drinks, Beverages
  • Tips
  • Personal expenses
Cancellation Policy

For cancellations upto 2 days before the tour -

Refund of 80% of the tour price.
Price Details
The group size and price
1 To 2USD 125 Per Group

This is a group tour

Tour Reviews
  • Arden

    I once worked as a tour guide myself, and I know good guides, and Min Soe is one of them. He was professional, touching base with me by email before the day that we were to meet. Like clockwork, he was waiting for us at the hotel lobby at the appointed time. His English pronunciation is good -- unlike the pronunciation of Asiatic guides in other countries that I have experienced. Unlike other guides in Yangon, he graduated from Yangon University with a specialty in English and history (which is not a requirement to be a licensed guide in Myanmar). He started our tour by asking what, if any, sights we had already seen, to maximize the efficiency of our tour. We alternated between riding in his car (that had a separate driver), or walking, depending on the sights. We covered the main buildings near City Hall, and stopped at the delightful Tea House. We stopped at an Armenian Church (that seemed closed, but Min still managed our access). We visited some shops and a marketplace -- but there was no pressure by Min for us to purchase anything (usually guides get some kickback benefit when they steer there tourists to certain shops, but it was clear that Min had no financial stake in our purchases). For lunch, Min asked our preference, and we asked for a typical place that locals would eat at. His selection was fantastic, and there were no other tourists around. He took us on a ride on a commuter train, for us to get a feel of typical Yangon life. The highlight was showing us the Schwedagon Pagoda, a massive complex oozing with Buudhas, gold-plating and jewelry. 

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USD 125 / group

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