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Near Sule Pagoda starts a real haven of fruits, vegetables, fish, street food and everything possible. A paradise for photos and filming, full of smells, pictures and colours. One of the best markets in this region of Asia. A must to see! It is a...More
China town lives 24 hours but probably best time for visit is after the sunset. Lot of tiny restaurants, small shops with clothes and electronic plus shiny jewelry shops - that's what you will find here. And it's better to be later on - not...More
Not really much of a China town, didn’t really see much in the way of Chinese shops or restaurants. I guess it’s merely an historical accolade, though there are a few tea shops dotted around. On and around 19th Street there are street food sellers,...More
Nothing exited here unless we can see and enjoy how local people work and enjoy the food.
the food sold here mostly contains pork, fish, seafood and chicken.
I hadv no desire to try street food because besides I am Muslim, the place was rather...More
China Town is the famous for their fresh food and delicious. Most of the visitor known the China Town. Yes, it was really nice ever. You can try BBQ, Seafood and Chinese foods. You must try. The prices are reasonable.
If you're expecting this to be like other chinatowns, you're going to be disappointed. We came here for street food at night but we were pretty let down as the whole area is pretty dirty, has weird stench and looked unhygienic. Didnt have much food...More
Chinatown in Yangon is located in the city center, since the time we went is during the Thingyan Festival, we only decided to take a grab there after the water splashing has stopped after 6pm. When we reached there, the place is lively with a...More
This place is loud, vibrant and full of good food. Lots of businesses being done here and some of the local shops here are very traditional and almost all business transactions here are done in cash. It is a little bit dirty to my liking...More