Must visit. Everything still as it is, with mannequin of Bogyoke, rooms settings and all. There is even a note written by Bogyoke himself.
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I felt nostalgic coming in here, like a place from another time. Simple yet powerful and informative. Not to be missed.
This museum is opened for about 5 days in July(which includes the Martyr's day). It's just like discovering the way life had been for the famous politician, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. It has been quite an extraordinary experience to visit this amazing place filled...More
The mansion is not in a tourist area. It's lucky for us that there was a taxi driver taking a break at a nearby hawker, so we could ask him to take us after visiting. So, ask about transportation before you go. The house is...More
A good place to visit if you are looking for some arts and crafts, costume jewellery, semi precious gemstones. But be prepared cos the whole market is not well ventilated and very very hot! Bargaining is a must!
This is a must do for all fans of Suu Kyii. An inside look at the life and times of his father Gen Aung san and his short life. A lovely colonial building over two floors gives a good glimpse of the turbulent times ....More
a must visit place when in yangon, to see the rich cultural heritage of Myanmar. The Museum is very aesthetically done and is categorized into different areas for the ease of the visitor. There is a section in the museum which dislays the various tribes...More
The house is preserved well. He does not accumulate wealth and led a simple life outside of politics. Hence, there are not many items in the house. Some notes, Not wheelchair/stroller friendly. Toilet is clean.