Yuzana Garden Hotel

No. 44, Signal Pagoda Road, Mingalar Taung Nyunt Township, Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No. 44, Signal Pagoda Road, Mingalar Taung Nyunt Township, Yangon (Rangoon), is near Shwedagon Pagoda, Bagan Temples, Indein Village, and Golden Palace Monastery (Shwenandaw Kyaung).
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    Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)

    Home Sweet Home

    A travel blog entry by meliwes3 on Jul 25, 2014

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... If you want vegetables, they are all fried. If you want noodles, all fried. Rice, all fried. We had some fried watercress with garlic and fried rice. Of course it was accompanied by beers all around. It seemed that our colleagues enjoyed time out :)
    Everyone was very helpful and friendly and answered any questions that we might have. They gave us the inside scoop about the school and on the country. We were very thankful to have such great coworkers....this far.


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    Yangon

    A travel blog entry by nloon on Jun 07, 2014

    16 photos

    ... 8) each time you enter, all of which goes to the government. Some of the unusual things we noticed is that there are no scooters or motorbikes in Yangon and on further investigation we found that a few years back that they were banned allegedly after one crashed into some army / government persons car. The other strange thing is that they drive on the right hand side of the road even though most of the cars and buses seem to be right hand drive, this is apparently due ...

    Yangon, Capital City of Myanmar

    A travel blog entry by martinahowell on May 31, 2014

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... end of strife') by King Alaungpaya when he captured it from rebel Mon leaders in 1755 after which its importance as a port city began to grow. However, the city gained in importance only after the British occupied it during the Second Burmese War in 1852, after which it became the capital of British Burma and the trading and commercial centre of Burma. The British called the city Rangoon, which was an Anglicised form of "Yangon". Burma attained independence in 1948, ...

    Yangon Day #1 -- Sule & Shwedagon Pagodas

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on May 27, 2014

    1 comment, 128 photos

    ... to the guest house. There’s another man already in the cab. We dropped that passenger off first, then I arrived at the inn at 5:35 and met Jeff upstairs in our room. He took a shower while I sorted photos on my laptop.

    Jeff and I left at 6:35 and took a taxi to 19th Street in the Chinatown district of Yangon. The fare was also 2,000 kyat. Jeff led me to busy night-market area, full of vendors hawking fruit, vegetables, fresh fish and lobsters, and ...

    Myanmar- Got Pagoda?

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

    22 photos

    ... postcards. We did not buy a postcard but he still wanted to know where we were going. We told him we wanted to find a guesthouse. He was very helpful and told us which street to look down. Soon we came across a few guesthouses. We got a dorm bed for $10 USD each with breakfast included. After settling into the guesthouse we explored the city. It was quite the experience crossing the roads. There are no traffic lights or crosswalks so you just have to dodge the cars and motorbikes ...