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The Sule Pagoda is right in the heart of Yangon, but has about the most unusual location I’ve ever seen for a Buddhist religious site. It’s at the intersection of two main thoroughfares, Maha Bandula and Sule Pagoda Road; but more specifically in the center...More
If you want to visit a real home and have a trustworthy local guide to show you a tailor made tour then go here. Nwe Nwe and Khin (said Noi Noi) are lovely guides that sell postcards nearby. We met them and they took us...More
Everywhere you go; there's entrance fees for foreigners.... And when you try to photograph this sight from afar; the local cops would stop you with just "NO". They couldn't even have a simple English conversation... Only "NO"... Tourism at it's worst....
a calm place amongst the busy road. it is the main traffic circle but still peaceful with all the traffic outside. hit it at the golden houir before sunset and it just shines. well lit at night as well.
Being the center of downtown in Yangon, you will see this pagoda from everywhere. It is nice to see from outside but nothing special inside. There are thousands of more impressive and bigger temples all over Myanmar.
Historical religious pagoda in downtown of Yangon. The Sule pagoda is one of the famous pagoda in Myanmar.There are many things of statute and interesting buddha .It is easy to go there and can easily to see this pagoda as it built in the junction...More
It was my first pagoda I visited in Yangon. The entrance fee was 4000. I walked around it quickly, took a few clicks and that was it. There are guys who present themselves as guides working and collecting money for charity workers. One of them...More
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Yes, Chinatown is west of the Sule Pagoda, Be sure to see Mahabandoola Garden with the Independence Monument right by the pagoda. Not too far a walk is the Musmeah Yeshua Synagogue and you are not too far from the Strand... More
Yes, Chinatown is west of the Sule Pagoda, Be sure to see Mahabandoola Garden with the Independence Monument right by the pagoda. Not too far a walk is the Musmeah Yeshua Synagogue and you are not too far from the Strand Hotel. But as the others have mentioned, it really depends on how much you like to walk in the heat. I say do it as you will go through the various neighborhoods and get more of a feel for the city.