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Life in Yangon

Yangon is at the cutting edge of Burmese culture and a fascinating introduction to Myanmar. Despite being stripped of its capital-city status in 2005, Yangon remains the country's economic hub and biggest city with over 7 million people.

The city is an amalgamation of Burmese, British, Chinese and Indian influences. It is known for its colonial architecture, which although seriously decaying, remains an almost unique example of a 19th-century British colonial capital. In more recent years a big emphasis is being placed on the importance of these historical buildings and an initiative to save what remains of them is gaining momentum. New high-rise buildings, shopping malls and condominiums can also be seen springing up all over the city, as the government encourages private investment and relaxes foreign investment laws.

Yangon is rapidly catching up with modern technology, after seeing the first influx of mobile phones in 2013 it is now estimated that around 90% of the countries population have access to a mobile phone with internet. You can now hail a taxi on a smart phone and pay at (some) restaurants with a card. ATM’s are also much more accessible with many dotted around the city and almost certainly in all the Malls.

Places to Visit

Travelling in Myanmar has it’s challenges but as is often the way, the journey makes the destination all the greater. There are many local airlines which fly between the countries main tourist destinations such as Mandalay, Heho (for Inle Lake), Nyaung U (for Bagan) and Thandwe (for Ngapali beach). For the more adventurous destinations you can get there by private car or Bus.

There are more and more destinations which can be flown to directly from Yangon but also within an hour you can reach Bangkok and fly most places in South East Asia as well as the rest of the world.

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