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Pyay Gardens

With its 25 floors, this is the tallest building in Yangon. There are apartments and offices.

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Attractions near to Pyay Gardens

  • Shwedagon Pagoda

    Built on the Singuttara Hill, this gilded Buddhist pagoda is one of the main sights in Yangon and one of the most sacred Burmese places.

  • Sule Pagoda

    A beautiful pagoda located in the Yangon's downtown – the city centre. The legend says it was built more than 2500 years ago.

  • Bogyoke Market

    Also known as Scott's Market, this place is the major bazaar in Yangon. Mainly local sellers offer their goods here.

  • Botataung Pagoda

    Situated near the river banks, this popular pagoda is hollow inside. In the World War II, it was completely destroyed and then restored.

  • Karaweik Hall

    Named after the mythical creature, this building with unique architecture is even gilded. Today, it houses a restaurant and many events take place here.

  • Chinatown

    A part of Yangon where the Chinese live. It is very busy and there are many shops, restaurants, vendors etc.

  • Maha Wizaya Pagoda

    Situated on the Dhammarakkhita Hill with steps leading to it, this pagoda hides a Buddha statue given by the King and Queen of Nepal.

  • Shri Kali Temple

    An interesting building which is dedicated to the Hindu religion. There are various carvings and images inside.

  • Kandawgyi Lake

    One of the two significant lakes in Yangon is artificial and serves as a reservoir. Take a boat ride here!

  • Yangon International (RGN)

    The largest and the busiest airport in Myanmar handling both domestic and international flights.

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