About Yangon in Myanmar
Rangoon was renamed Yangon and is no longer the capital of Myanmar (Burma) but it still remains the commercial hub and your main entry point to Myanmar.
Yangon has colourful street food vendors, vibrant beer stations but also high class restaurants and hotels. The broader diversity of choice during your trip to Myanmar.
Entrance fees in Yangon
Yangon (Rangoon) tolerates some of its british Burma colonial past and houses the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda. Sule Pagoda, Botataung Pagoda, Kandawgyi Lake and Inya Lake are also worth a visit in Yangon.
|Shwedagon Pagoda||K8000 or US$ 9|
|Sule Pagoda||K3000 or US$ 3|
|Botataung Pagoda||K3000 or US$ 3|
|National Museum||US$ 5|
|Ngahtatkyi Pagoda||US$ 2|
|Gems Museum||US$ 5|
|Zoological Garden||US$ 10|
|Peoples' Park||US$ 3|
|Defense Museum||US$ 3|
|Bogyoke Aung San Museum||US$ 3|
|Nga Htatgyi Pagoda||K2000 or US$ 2|
|ChauKHtat Gyi Pagoda||Donation|
|Maha Wizaya Pagoda||Donation|
|Swe Taw Myat Pagoda||Donation|
Most popular temples in Yangon (Rangoon)
Shwedagon Pagoda is the most sacred Pagoda in Yangon.
Sule Pagoda is located in the heart of Yangon.
Botataung Pagoda allows visitors to walk inside the pagoda.