Grand Meeyahta

Address: 372 Bogyoke Aung San Road, Pabedan Township, Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 372 Bogyoke Aung San Road, Pabedan Township, Yangon (Rangoon), is near Shwedagon Pagoda and Bogyoke Market.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Meeyahta Yangon (Rangoon)

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)

Bago/Yangon, Myanmar -- Feb 7 & 8

A travel blog entry by heathalproch on Feb 09, 2015

1 comment

... guy can only take so much wrath) so we made our way to the spot an hour early with the intention of having a relaxing cold "Myanmar" beer before getting on the bus. We found lots of banks & government buildings, but no place to buy a beer? Finally we saw a Myanmar beer sign on a hole in the wall shop - which was totally empty - but fortunately open - and we really enjoyed our cold beers. The proprietors seemed quite amused by us as we were being a little ...

Ravishing Rangoon (Yangon)

A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 25, 2015

20 photos

... one from another but here that is anything but true. Each temple is very distinct and gorgeous. We also specifically planned our day so we saved Shwegadon until the end as this is the one everyone says is a must see and we didn't want to be disappointed with the others. That said we started our day simply wandering amongst the buildings admiring some of the relics of a bygone era and wondering how people live in some of the other buildings which look like they are barely still ...

Catching up

A travel blog entry by deborah1212 on Jan 12, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... are genius, as some simply use your own bodyweight as the resistance. We see more insensitive municipal works in the way many wide old footpaths have been narrowed to allow angle parking for cars, but at expense of pedestrians who have to shuffle sideways to pass one another. There are porticos, some have been removed leaving the buildings bare-faced and others seem to dangle precariously onto the newly lowered road level. Taking the overpass to cross a dangerously wide road to ...

Breezy Trains and the Hunt for Food and Tea Houses

A travel blog entry by amy-hitchcock on Jan 05, 2015

3 photos

... finding a stop that didn't have deserted grounds and high walls bedazzled with barb-wire, we hopped off the train at what seemed to be a local market. The station stop was swarming with people, food and flower stalls covering all inches of dirt. Again, we were the odd ones out, amazed at things they considered to be part of their everyday life, and again, we were welcomed with kind smiles. All seemed well as we said goodbye to the little local market and headed back to the city ...

From Perth to Myanmar

A travel blog entry by amy-hitchcock on Jan 04, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

... and looking 100% like the typical tourist I am, I collected my bag and hunted down some food. As I'm a pineapple addict, I opted for some freshly sliced pineapple from the Airport's supermarket. I wasn't very hungry, due to the fact that I had been so nervous my stomach had started to ache on the previous flight. Our next flight didn't leave until 5:20pm, and with so much time to burn we decided that a foot ...