Da Nyin Gone Market

Da Nyin Gone Market, Yangon (Rangoon): Address, Da Nyin Gone Market Reviews: 4/5

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milliesmum2016
Christchurch, New Zealand1,809 contributions
I found my way here via the Circle Train. The market is just across the tracks from Danyigone Train Station.
It's under a huge cover but opensided and it sells primarily food. Veges, fruit and flowers are under the main canopy with meat and fish off to one side.
It was great fun to mingle and to have an unidentified lunch at one of the many lunch stalls in operation.
One thing which is standout in Rangoon and, in fact, all over Burma, is the total overuse of plastic. Every little purchase merits a plastic bag. There are stalls in the market devoted to the sale and distribution of plastic bags to the stallholders and on the train I was sad to see that the streets, railway sidings and waterways are all clogged with sedimentary layers of plastic rubbish. If the market could start to ameliorate this in some small way to start with, then maybe the message would spread and more friendly packaging might ensue - not that I'm laying the blame for the plastic disaster at the feet of this lovely market - just sayin'....; If there was a little less plastic being used a little less enthusiastically, it would be a 5.
Written 28 January 2020
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Francis Martino
Hirtshals, Denmark1,706 contributions
Couples
Da Nyin Gone Wet Market, Khayae Pin Rd, Yangon

Can buy fresh vegetables ,fruits,items ,etc,.in one place.When you visit here at rainy day, you have to be careful for your steps. It is really wet market.

Well worthy place for visiting and shopping. Very different to anything . Take the circle train here.From Morning until 5:00PM schedule train is accessible.But be careful of train along side of station and be careful of workers ,you will be fall down when you hit them.

There are toilets here and also a cafe to go and get a cups of sweet tea, bottled soft drinks and food.The market is hot, smelly and chaotic,so bring the hat .

Spent 1.5 hours walking around ,seeing around too, you can fulfill your feeling and enough of your wish to visit,all of market are the same culture if you visited this market.

One big construction is starting to open for wet market business near by of this .
Written 4 December 2018
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Notpineapple
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar299 contributions
Couples
Good place to observe the local business and how the people interact with each other. Most sellers buy in bulk here and re sell it in downtown of Yangon for a much higher price. It takes a lot of hard work to transport their goods manually.
Written 23 August 2018
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etravelhome
Oakland, CA105 contributions
Family
As a visitor, you won’t necessarily be venturing out here to buy vegetables. It’s really for the experience of seeing and feeling how the locals live and shop is great.

We took the circular train here. It’s about 15 stops in as its running clockwise. You can’t miss it. You arrive to tons of people on the train platform selling vegetables and prepared food. You’ll feel a flurry of activity as the locals load and unload the trains through the train doors and windows. It’s something to experience.

We went the day after a downpour and the market did have muddy puddle patches.

We chose to take Grab (use the app to call a taxi) back into the center of town. Cost was maybe US $3-4.
Written 23 June 2018
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OzinOzin
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar58 contributions
Famous place for Fresh and cheap vegetables. Good place for shopping to make perfect curries.Can also find the life style of people.
Written 4 July 2017
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MarciTravels
Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic545 contributions
Friends
Next to the train stop and incredibly busy. Feast for the eyes and senses, especially the smells and colours. The market is surrounded by building plots with new developments underway, as well as heaps of rubbish, dirty and polluted water holes and slam-like shacks. Amazing contrasts. Difficult to get back on the train again though as all the sellers are trying to jump in too.
Written 23 December 2016
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owlesey
Kaiapoi, New Zealand881 contributions
Solo
I stopped here as part of the circular train tour that I did. I found it really useful to have a guide with us to explain things about the market and different foods. If you don't like, mud, sometimes not pleasant smells, noise and lots of people then this is not the place for you to visit. However we were told that this is the place that everyone comes to buy their goods and resell on as cheapest market in Yangon. So if you want a real local experience then this is the place to come. This is mostly a food, vegie market with some clothes, footwear etc on sale as well.
Written 24 November 2016
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manucanuck
Hong Kong, China1,800 contributions
Solo
It's around 1.5 hours into the train journey and you will reach the da nyin gone market stop, you can't miss it since there will be lots of goods being loaded onto the train occupying the whole compartment and the seats! It's a local market (wholesale also) selling fruit vegetables fish, somewhat like Chinatown but on a much bigger scale.
Written 17 November 2016
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VinhNguyen295
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar262 contributions
Solo
How come this market become 1 of "thing to do"?
This is just normal market that sell products of vegetables and cheap clothes. May it can make a little curious for European people since its located near by train railway.
I not recommend this place for tourists or foreigners.
Written 1 November 2016
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surelybassey
Wellington, New Zealand246 contributions
Solo
I took taxi here, due to lack of time. Popped out for 15 minutes after a big rain dump.
It's not for the faint hearted. It was muddy, noisy and alive. If you are looking for a real taste of Myanmar people and what they get up to, then take the train or hang by the train stop to see the hustle and organically composed moment where the community helps each other load the train with their market scores together. It's quite lovely to experience.
I jumped over a metre wide gutter, full of brown water and unknowns. Locals laughed at my hesitation and cheered at my success. raw meat was on show, with dedicated hawkers shoeing flies away with plastic bags.

I loved it. It's not for all but I got some great photos and a better understanding of the locals somehow. No one was there to 'hawk' me, or bother me with their produce. Maybe they are used to onlooking tourists who never buy.
This is a great free thing to do.
Written 10 August 2016
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