Myanmar Best Gateway Travels & Tours Co., Ltd., is 100% owned by Myanmar citizen, professional and trusted private travel company for everyone who seeks to explore to Myanmar and operated by eagerness young experienced professionals. Offering domestic flights tickets, all types of package tours, hotels, ticketing and transportation. And services to the individuals for travel & leisure needs with different kind of association with for all market. Furthermore, 24 hours customer service team, we strongly offer with excellence of services to all our travelers’ desire.
Living Irrawaddy is where Myanmar Hospitality and International Service Standard meet, providing you affordable and comfortable tour packages to Myanmar.
The Yangon Circular Train was built by the British in 1954. It covers a railway track loop of 45.9 kilometers and stops at 39 stations: Yangon Railway Station, Pagoda Road, Lanmadaw, Pyay Road, Shan Road, Ahlone Road, Panhlaing Road, Kemmendine, Hanthawaddy, Hletaw, Kamayut, Thiri Myaing, Okkyin, Thamaing, Thamaing Myothit, Gyogon, Insein, Ywama, Phawkan, Aung San Myo, Danyingon, Golf Course, Kyaikkale, Mingaladon Bazaar, Mingaladon, Waibage, Okkalapa, Paywetseikkon, Kyaukyedwin, Tadagale, Yegu, Payame, Kanbe, Bauktaw, Tamwe, Myitta Nyunt, Mahlwagon, Pazundaung.
Trains depart Yangon Railway station approximately every 45 to 60 minutes. It takes almost 3 hours to complete the journey. Trains make both clockwise (Right) and counter-clockwise (Left) journeys daily along the railway loop.
The National Museum ,, located in Dagon, Yangon, is the one of the national museum of Burmese art, history and culture in Myanmar. Founded in 1952, the five-story museum has an extensive collection of ancient artifacts, ornaments, works of art, inscriptions and historic memorabilia, related to history, culture and civilization of Burmese people.
The Sule Pagoda is a Burmese stupa located in the heart of downtown Yangon, occupying the centre of the city and an important space in contemporary Burmese politics, ideology and geography. According to legend, it was built before the Shwedagon Pagoda during the time of the Buddha, making it more than 2,500 years old. Burmese legend states that the site for the Shwedagon Pagoda was asked to be revealed from an old nat who resided at the place where the Sule Pagoda now stands.
This is the most famous landmark in Myanmar. Shwe Dagon Pagoda is the very first pagoda in the world and it has been standing at the center of Yangon for more than 2600 years.
Bogyoke Market in downtown Yangon is your spot if you want to take home some typical Myanmar arts and crafts from your trip. The extensive market sells products ranging from gems, to longyis, to the unique Pathein umbrella.