Yangon International Airport is located 15 miles north of Yangon and is the main airport serving the South-East Asian country of Burma, also known as Myanmar.
Shwedagon Pagoda is a beautiful sprawl of golden temples that is a must-see for any visitor to this city. The Myanmar Water Festival in April ushers in the Burmese New Year and like the Thai festival, it really has to be experienced at least once.
Yangon is also known as Rangoon and history lovers will make a bee line for the Taukkyan War Cemetery. You may be surprised to learn of the Saint Mary s Cathedral but it is definitely worth an afternoon of your time.
Foodies will be in their element with 50th Street Cafe Restaurant Bar, which offers some delicious local food as does the nearby 999 Shan Noodle Shop.
Getting around the city and to and from the airport is easy, thanks to the local public transportation options. Passengers traveling to and from the airport can do so easily on the great shuttle buses and plentiful taxis, so enjoy your trip to Yangon and bear these tips in mind
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