Take a 2.5 hour walking tour around bustling markets and Chinese styled temples to discover aYangon at night. Here you will have a deep look at Hindu and Buddhist shrines, some stalls selling second-hand stuff on Shwe Bontha Street, a fresh market, where you can practice bargaining, and savour some Burmese cuisines.
Detailed Itinerary Of Burmese Market by Night
Make your way to
the meeting point in central Yangon to join your guide and fellows. Our 2km
walking tour covers plenty of stops for snacks, shopping and photo
Strolling down the
busy Shwe Bontha Street, you’ll find a variety of second-hand goods such as
electronics, jewels, books, clothes, etc. After checking out a Buddhist temple
and a Hindu temple, stop at a local teashop or a roadside stall for a refresh
drink (try sugarcane juice!).
Nearby, at the
temple decorated with mythological scenes, don’t forget to capture your special
moments before continue through narrow alleys full of boutiques and antique
shops. Ask your guide to help you bargain for a good price should anything
catches your eye.
Next, hit a
roadside market full of fruits, vegetables, fresh seafood and local delicacies
on 19th Street. Vendors work their magic cooking tasty nibbles on charcoal
grills, resulting in all sorts of meats, veggies and marinades to sample. This
is the hub of Yangon’s street life with lots of outdoor seats.
At the end of
the tour, you’ll be invited to some delicious snacks and a beer as your guide
introduces you to Myanmar’s food culture.