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Yangon Full Day City Tour, Myanmar

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10 Hours

Tour Code

Rt-day Tour (a)

Group Size

Max 20 People


English Speaking Station Guide

Pick Up Time

7:45 am

Pick Up Point

Hotel In Yangon

Drop Off Point

Hotel In Yangon


All Year Round (private Tour – Daily Departure)

Tour Price (Validity: Until March 31, 2021)

(Per person in USD with English speaking local guide)

Minimum days to book before departure : ( 1 day / 24 hours ) , Max. passengers : 20
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On this tour, you will visit the most important places in Yangon. Be fully satisfied as your experienced guide shares not only the history but also the culture and religion of the city and its people.


  • Learn about the Colonial style buildings, explore the bustling city center, enjoy shopping at Bogyoke Market and taste a meal at a local restaurant.
  • See the different style of architecture at Botataung Pagoda and explore harbor area.
  • Visit to the 120 years old historic former Secretariat Building and learn about its history and architecture
  • Take a photo at Kandawgyi Park and be amazed by the Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda, the famous reclining Buddha
  • Visit Shwedagon, the most admired Pagoda in Myanmar. Enjoy sunset from the Pagoda and watch the tradition of people

Know Before You Go (Additional Info)

  • As you will be visiting religious sites, please wear clothes that cover your shoulders and knees, and remember to take off your shoes and socks when entering pagoda areas.
  • Please note the Bogyoke Market is closed on Mondays and public holidays.
  • Guided Renovation Tours to Secretariat Building is closed on Sunday.
  • This tour is not available during the Water Festival between 12 to 18 April. During this time, everything in town is closed: restaurants, shops, markets, Museum, etc. Driving through Yangon is extremely difficult if not impossible because people celebrate the famous water-festival. You cannot avoid of getting very wet because everyone throws water at everybody. People drive through the city in open cars and there are stages along the street where people throw water. Everybody going up will get very wet.

Pick Up Point

Hotel pick-up is offered for this tour. Pick-up from your hotel in Yangon City area. Please advise your hotel's name.

Pick Up Time

7:45 am

Drop Off Point

Drop-off at your hotel in Yangon City area.


For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.


Yangon Full Day

07:45 A.M. pick up from your hotel. Start your full day sightseeing by driving through the colonial style building downtown, as well as Chinatown, the Indian quarter and photo stop at City Hall & the Sule Pagoda with its golden chedi – a useful landmark in downtown Yangon.

Then, take a walk along Yangon River to see the busy harbor area, from where ferries leave for Pathein in the Delta and for upcountry towns along the Ayeyarwady River.

A visit will be also made to the old Ministers' Office on Theinphyu Road. The old Ministers' Office, formerly The Secretariat Building is built in the late 19th century. The structure is more than 120 years old and it sits at the heart of the city. The Victorian style building served the British seat of government for Myanmar until its independence in 1948. It was where General Aung San and 6 cabinet ministers were assassinated by political rivals on 19 July 1947, now commemorated as Burmese Martyrs' Day.

This historic building is closed for several years and it is now under restoration to transform into a museum and offices. It is also open to public for observation. Secretariat building renovation tour includes 45 minutes guided tour inside the buildings. The tour takes you back in time with the very first Parliament where democracy of Myanmar was conceived, takes you to the place where the fallen heroes (Martyrs) were assassinated, and lets you walk among the lush garden surrounded by grandeur of Victorian architecture restored back to its former glory.

The Secretariat Building is a historic landmark in Yangon which exemplifies imposing and defensive Victorian-colonial architecture and it’s currently on the Yangon City Heritage list.

Guided Renovation Tours are now available at the Secretariat Building as per below timetable:
Monday to Friday: 09:30 A.M, 11: 30 A.M, 01:30 P.M, 03:30 P.M
Saturdays: 09:30 A.M

(OR) You can visit to National Museum (closed on Mondays and Public Holidays) with an 8-meter-high Golden Lion Throne and Mandalay Royal Regalia.

Lunch at local restaurant. Then, proceed to the magnificent Reclining Buddha Image at Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda. Take a photo stop at the Karaweik Hall, a ‘Hamsa-bird’ shaped floating barge on Kandawgyi (Royal) Lake.

Visit Bogyoke (Scott) Market (closed on Mondays and Public Holidays) gives you the opportunity to see Myanmar's wide range of handicrafts. Then, experience the real Burmese Tea Culture at one of the local Tea House.

Concludes your day with the most worthwhile visit to one of the world’s most spectacular monument, the Shwedagon Pagoda. The golden dome of the Shwedagon Pagoda rises 98 meters above its base and is covered with 60 tons of pure gold. After enjoying sunset from the pagoda, transfer back to your hotel at 18:00 P.M.
Meals Included: Lunch


  • Sightseeing with an English speaking guide
  • Transfers in an air-conditioned vehicle
  • Entrance fees to the attractions mentioned in the description
  • Lunch at local restaurant,
  • Pick-up and drop off from/to your Hotel
  • Snow towel & 1 Bottle of purified drinking water


  • Hotel accommodation,
  • Meals not specified in the description,
  • Tips for your guide and driver,
  • Camera Fee,
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance



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