Get on a ferry boat and head to Dala while witnessing Yangon River traffic. Experience living manners of the areas by another special transport. Take Yangon Circular Train, get to know the friendly locals as well as the majestic sceneries around. You have no need to hesitate to visit these beautiful and promising lands in Myanmar.
 

Duration: 1 day
Start/End: Yangon/ Yangon
Location: Yangon, Myanmar
Highlights: Dala, Yangon Circular Train
Tour Customizable: Absolutely! (Tell us your specific requirements in the inquiry form)

 
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After breakfast at the hotel, start your morning Yangon tour to Dala. From Nanthida jetty, one way to reach Dala is traveling by ferry boat so that you can witness the traffic on the Yangon River. There we can find out the living manner of the people by trishaw and visit the Orphanage, local markets as well as ship-yard on the Yangon River.

Daily activities of locals on trishaws, Dala, Yangon

In the afternoon, take ferry boat back to Yangon and then take Yangon Circular Train which was built by the British in 1954. It covers a railway track loop of 45.9 kilometers and stops at 39 stations.

Local children in Dala with their burden of life on shoulders

To have a complete journey, spend almost 3 hours, but it’s really worth trying like you are wandering by train and together observing the majestic sights. Both clockwise (Right) and counter-clockwise (Left) journeys are provided daily along the railway loop.

Circle Line Train in Yangon

The Yangon Circular Train will offer you a chance to mingle with the friendly locals and get a glimpse into their laid back and almost street free lifestyle. Don’t forget to bring your camera to capture some of the most picturesque sceneries along the way as well as the best moments you have here. It’s a great way to see a slice of local Myanmar life. After train trip, send back to your hotel.

A local market in a stop of circular train journey

What’s Included?
• Travel cost
• Entrance fees & permit
• English Speaking local Guide
• Bottle of water

What’s Excluded?
• Meals & Drinks (Lunch & Dinner)
• Other personal expenses.