Join a Local for a Yangon Breakfast and Market Tour
What's included, what's not
Know before you book
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
- Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults
- Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
- Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately. Bring an umbrella during rainy season June-September
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 7 travellers
- 19th Street, 19th St, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)
- Departure time: 8:30 AM
What you can expect
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Stop At: Sa Ba Street Food Tours, Yangon (Rangoon) Myanmar
Bypass the hotel breakfast and we'll take you to the city centre spots where locals kick start their day with mohinga or soft peas scooped up with freshly baked nan breads and spiced potato pastries. Strolling down historical streets we'll negotiate our way through two very different market places while dropping in at an old-school tea-shop to try locally grown tea and snacks. Take in all the sights and tastes as we tuck into all the must try local dishes surrounding Sule Pagoda, beautiful Bogalayzay St. and beyond.
Get your day started the local way and explore the city's stunning areas brimming with local vendors and fuel yourself for the rest of your day's sightseeing.
Duration: 3 hours
Pass By: Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Bo Aung Kyaw Street, Yangon (Rangoon) Myanmar
Myanmar's largest and most beautiful cathedral built in 1899.
Pass By: The Secretariat, No. 300 Thein Phyu Road Middle Block, Yangon (Rangoon) 11161 Myanmar
This spectacular building has played host to some of the most epic moments in Myanmar's history. Once home to the British administrative system, then infamously the place where General Aung San and his Cabinet were assassinated. It has now become a cultural and historical epicentre of the city.
Pass By: Maha Bandula Park, Yangon (Rangoon) Myanmar
The park dates to 1867, founded as Fytche Square in honour of the then Chief Commissioner of British Burma, Albert Fytche. A white marble statue of Queen Victoria was placed in the centre of the park in 1896, gifted by a wealthy Armenian firm in Rangoon. After 1935, the park was renamed Bandula Square.
After 1948, the Independence Monument, an obelisk in commemoration of Burmese independence from the British in 1948, was installed at the centre of the park, replacing the statue of Queen Victoria.
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