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See the best of Yangon with our Yangon package tours. We offer a private, flexible, and unique tour experience with competitive prices. All of our tours in Yangon and the around the city are carefully designed for guided tour packages and independent routes cater to meet the needs of valued guests from all over the world. Select from our best Yangon tours as below or devise your own itinerary.



  • Yangon and Surroundings

    Yangon and The Surroundings – 5 Days

    Discover mysterious and undiscovered Myanmar with magnificent pagoda architecture, unspeakable beauty as well as a mesmerizing appeal in only 5 days / 4 nights…

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  • The Best of Yangon – 5 Days

    The Best of Yangon – 5 Days

    Day 1: Arrival Yangon (D)
    Welcome at the airport by local tour guide and driver, we then transfer to hotel for checking in. Rest of the day, we visit the […]

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  • Shwezigon Pagoda in Bagan, Myanmar.

    Short Excursion in Myanmar – 4 Days

    Let’s start & finish at the Yangon. You will have overview of Bruma in limited time. Myanmar Tour with Go Myanmar – Viet Vision Travel is happy to take out the most outstanding places…

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  • Myanmar National Museum.

    Yangon Stopover – 3 Days

    Day 1: Arrival Yangon (D)
    Welcome up on arrival at the airport then we transfer to hotel. In the afternoon, we visit Karaweik Hall a Royal barge on the Royal […]

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  • Reclining Budda in Shwe Tha Lyaung Buddha

    Yangon Excursion to Bago – 1 Day

    This one-day Yangon – Bagon trip allows us to discover the wonders of Bago (also known as Pegu) the capital of the Mon Kingdom in the 16th century…

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  • Shwesandaw Pagoda

    Yangon Excursion to Twante – 1 Day

    Enjoy a horse cart ride, village visits and discover unique pottery workshops on this excursion to Twante. Take a boat along the waterways getting a glimpse of life on the river and then explore…

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  • Boat trip to Ye Le Paya Temple

    Yangon Excursions to Syriam – Half Day

    This half-day Yangon to Syriam (also called Pegu) trip offers us a chance to explore the quiet, charming old port of Syriam. Visit the interesting pagodas, including one set on a tiny island in the river…

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  • Visitors at the Karaweik Hall

    Yangon City Tour – Half Day

    This half-day city tour of Yangon offers us to enjoy the best sites of the City in such a short time. You will have chance to visit British colonial-style city center, visits local market, 2 pagodas…

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  • Shwedagon Pagoda

    Yangon City Tour – 1 Day

    Your Yangon excursion begins with a guided tour through the city’s colonial-style center. Visit 2000 year-old Sule Pagoda; the magnificent reclining Buddha at Chauk Htat Gyi; and after a photo […]

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  • Anthony Griffin

    Can I visit the Shwedagon Pagoda at night?

    • Nancy

      The Shwedagon Pagoda opens from 4 Am to 10 PM so you can visit it in the evening too. At 6 Pm the pagoda would be lit up and it is nice time to take a picture.

  • Josephine Lugo

    When is the best time to visit Yangon?

    • Nancy

      It takes you 15 days to visit all the attractions and highlights in Myanmar with fully memorable joys and experiences. You can extend more time in some famous sites, please inform us in advance.The best time to visit Yangon is from November to February. The temperature is from 19 to 33 degree Celsius. This is the high season for tourist in Myanmar. The shoulder seasons for visit Myanmar are March, April and May. The hottest seasons in Myanmar are from June to October. The temperature could reach to 40 degree Celsius.

  • What to visit and do in Yangon?

    • Nancy

      Here are some places and activities you should not be missed when you visit Yangon: Shwedagon Pagoda, Local fresh market, Sule Pagoda, Bogyoke Aung San Market, Chinatown Yangon for Eating & Walking, Kandawgyi Park: walk around, relax, have a drink, Chaukhtatgyi Paya – Reclining Buddha, National Museum of Myanmar, Yangon Circular Railroad Ride, Walk Around Yangon , Eat Myanmar Food & Drink Tea

  • B Coan

    Can you pick us at the hotel for the city tour?

  • How many days should I spend for Yangon?

    • Stephen

      If you have a short time in Yangon, you can visit the city in haft day. We recommend you to spend at least 1 day to 2 days for Yangon. You can also visit some other places nearby Yangon such as: Bago, Twante, Syriam. And that sort of excursions normally take you from 2 to 4 days.

  • Tiffany

    I see that you have some Yangon tours programs are nice. But can you tailor the tour program to meet our needs?

    • Stephen

      Yes, we definitely can do a tailor-made tour for you in Yangon or any place in Myanmar. All you need just tell us what you like and we will do the rest.

  • What is Yangon’s weather like from June to September?

    • Tracey

      In fact, the period from June to September is the rainy season in Yangon. Thus, heavy rains may annoy you a lot. An umbrella or rain coats are necessary when traveling in Yangon.

  • Is there anything that I need to avoid when visiting pagodas or temples in Yangon?

    • Tracey

      An excursion to Yangon cannot be completed without a visit to magnificent pagodas and temples. However, there are some things that first time travelers should not do in pagodas and monasteries.
      + don’t wear shorts or revealing clothing such as miniskirts, halter tops, the shoulders and knees should be covered.
      + keep polite behaviors in pagodas and temples: don’t sit back against Buddha Images.
      + should not touch a monk
      + remove your shoes before getting in worshiping places
      + be silent when visiting pagodas and temples

  • Is internet access reliable in Yangon?

    • Tracey

      In fact, internet access is not reliable in Yangon, also in Myanmar. You can access the internet, Wi-Fi connection in some big hotels, restaurants, but the speed may be low and some popular website may be blocked like Facebook, Gmail, Twitter…

  • What is the opening time of Shwedagon pagoda?

    • Stephen

      Shwedagon Pagoda opens from 04:00 to 22:00 pm, except on the following days that it opens 24 hours:
      -Waxing Day of Tabaung – the day before full moon day of the Myanmar Lunar month Tabaung (around March)
      -Waxing Day of Wakhaung – the day before full moon day of the Myanmar Lunar month Wakhaung (around June which is the beginning of the Buddhist Lent)

  • Feeza Fauzi

    We are shopping-lovers, would like to buy some traditional and handicraft items of Myanmar. Best places for shopping in Yangon?

    • Laura

      We have listed some of more popular places for shopping in Yangon (Ragoon), Myanmar.
      -Yangon market: Address: Bogyoke Aung San Road, between Shwe Dagon Pagoda Rd. & Shwe Bontha St., Latha Township; opening time: from 9 am to 5 pm. The market has 1,641 shops selling everything you might want, including handicrafts, lacquerware, wood and ivory carvings, tapestries, silverware, brassware, silk and cotton fabrics, clothing, hardware, food, and so on.
      -Yuzana Plaza: Address: Banyar Dala Street, Mingalar Taung Nyunt Township; opening time: 08:30 – 17:00. The ground floor has many wholesale outlets, selling packaged food, beverages, and even pets. Shops on the upper floors sell locally made products, fashions and household appliances.

  • Should I put my shoe off when I step into pagodas in Yangon, Myanmar in general?

    • Tracey

      Of course, yes. You must take off your shoes and socks before getting in the pagodas and sacred sites in Myanmar. There is no exception ievern if you are the Head of the State.


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