Yangon International

330 Ahlone Rd., Dagon Township, Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 330 Ahlone Rd., Dagon Township, Yangon (Rangoon), is near Bagan Temples, Indein Village, Golden Palace Monastery (Shwenandaw Kyaung), and U Bein Bridge.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsYangon International Yangon (Rangoon)

    Reviewed by fromthemill

    International or Domestic?

    Reviewed Dec 11, 2012
    by (16 reviews) Bath & Poole , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    As a Myanmar domestic traveller into Yangon International you are treated to very little aircon, plastic seats, squat toilets and a dusty parking lot. But walk out the front gate after your domestic flight, turn right past the gilded VIP (government) terminal and into the wifi enabled shiny glass International Terminal and you instantly walk from 3rd world Burma back into 1st world South East Asia. Bliss, relief, sanctuary or come down? It's certainly the only place outside of The Strand Hotel that felt "modern" in all our travels around the country.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Yangon International Yangon (Rangoon)

    3.00 of 5 stars Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)

    20 hours in the former capital

    A travel blog entry by erucci on Jul 23, 2014

    7 photos

    Our last stop in Myanmar was Yangon (formerly Rangoon) which was the capital in British colonial times, as well as under the military dictatorship. It remains the largest city in Myanmar and the commercial hub, and the new capital, Naypyidaw, is relatively small. We hadn't heard great things about Yangon, so our expectations were low, but a couple of sights proved well worth visiting.
    Our tour of Yangon began with a walk through the ...

    Rain Rain Go Away, Yangon I'm Here to Play

    A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Jun 13, 2014

    21 photos

    ... in a cab to avoid the down pours that started up again and headed to Bogyoke Aung San Market.  I got lost in this labyrinth of local stalls selling handy crafts, longyis (wrap around garments worn by men and women here), jewellery, paintings, sculptures and well pretty much everything including the kitchen sink.  After a few purchases (oupps) I strolled around to find some food and explore the streets trying to make my way back to her apartment, two hours later, lost and ...

    Yangon Day #1 -- Sule & Shwedagon Pagodas

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on May 27, 2014

    1 comment, 128 photos

    ... but it doesn’t seem to be blowing much cold air. No closet in the room. Quite Spartan.

    Organized my stuff, then headed out at 3:53 for a couple hours of sightseeing until 5:30, when I planned to meet up with Jeff, who went out to Bago Division today. I walked 26 minutes west to Sule Pagoda, situated in a large traffic circle at the heart of downtown Yangon. I paid the foreigner admission fee of U.S.$3. The clerk doesn’t want to accept my dollar ...

    Yangon (Rangoon) May 27, 2014

    A travel blog entry by madonthemove14 on May 27, 2014

    ... the corner for a quick lunch. Street food here will make us sick, so that's off limits (not that I think I'll want it anywhere). Then we headed over to an outdoor market that was huge. Surprisingly many people were selling fine jewelry for hundreds of dollars, not the typical little homemade goods, although there were plenty of stalls with clothes and scarves as well. After the market was the highlight of the day, the Schwedagon ...

    Myanmar- Got Pagoda?

    A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on May 27, 2014

    22 photos

    ... by. Sort of random, but worth mentioning. It was approximately 1hr total time between having the bike get a flat and being able to proceed with letting us bring the bike back. On the way back the battery of the bike started to die. It was quite pathetic how long the battery lasted on this e-bike. Maybe a total of 1hr of driving time. Luckily the guys who just replaced the tire were behind us and as they passed they said they would bring a new battery. Unfortunately they were very ...