A Guide to Bogalay Zay Street

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Here are the what-to-dos and where-to-gos in Bogalay Zay Street. If you’re looking for a more artistic view of Bogalay Street, click here.

Eateries

Indian Tadka Downtown

Indian Tadka’s branch near Bogalay Zay street brings good quality Indian cuisine and a world with magical spices to get an exotic food experience.

Contact: 01 389367

Mogok Noodle Bar

Just before you enter the street, on the left, you’ll be greeted with a homey noodle shop with nice staff and lovely aunties. They have good shan noodles and other shan delights – all for a good price. 

Contact: 09 683230096

Brooklyn Bar

A bar that simply has a classical essence by its decoration of portraits on the brick walls. Live music is open for singing and entertainment. Great taste of beer bites and reasonable price draws customers every night.

Contact: 09 261116544

Indian Bazaar

You can get India-made goods at the Indian Bazaar near the front end of Bogalay Zay. From women sarees to all sorts of spices. 

Contact: 09 760154997

Buthee 

Buthee is a lot of things. A vintage throwback, a curry house, and a place for good creamy desserts. 

Contact: 09 894120277

Able Cafe 

The Able is established with the intent to do something to help people with physical handicaps. This cafe has books and a very unique way of ordering. The café is operated solely by audibly challenged staff and you can learn sign language to further broaden communication with the staff – maybe even make a joke or two.

Contact: 09 963034495

Art Galleries

Myanmar Deitta

A not-for-profit civil society organisation committed to developing the resources for documentary photography, filmmaking and multimedia production in Myanmar. They host great shows and exhibitions so make you check it out. 

Contact: 09 899986330

Pansuriya Art Space and Cafe

This art gallery specialises in photography and showcases vintage, historical pictures as well as contemporary artworks. They also provide framing services.

Contact: 09 778949170

Bonjour 

Bonjour is home to a mix of traditional Myanmar items, created with a modern twist. Founded by Patrick Robert, the French interior designer and architect who is responsible for the current design of the Governor’s Residence.

Social Enterprises

Yuwaddy Center 

Yuwaddy Center is a handicraft along Bogalayzay Street. Walking into the air-conditioned modern and casual interior, there is a display of colorful and stylish bags, cushions and other soft fabric goods 

Contact: 09 421474560

Beauty & Fashion

Burman Barbershop 

Burman turns the clock and brings back these lavish experiences among us men. Their barbers are on deck not only for a haircut but to transform and escalate your entire attitude on what it takes to be a true Burmese gentlemen. 

Contact: 09953726200

Ga Mone Pwint 

Ga Mone Pwint is a department store that houses various cosmetic, fashion, and one J-donuts store.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I love the way you highlighted the must visit places in Bogalay Zay Street, it’s really helpful for tourists and expats who live in Yangon. It’d be really nice to see other street in same way.
    Thanks

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