With its diverse mix of British, Burmese, Chinese and Indian influences, there’s no shortage of historical sites, cultural attractions, and unique activities to explore and experience while in Yangon. Known for it’s colonial architecture, this city of five million people boasts a rich history, of which many parts can still be seen today throughout the former capital.

Residence @26 is ideally positioned to provide you easy access to all of these sites, which include the Swhedagon Pagoda, People’s Park, Yangon Zoological Garden, Btahtaung Pagoda, China Town, the National Museum, Kandawgyi Lake and Gardens, Yangon’s City Hall, the Myaynigone Night Market, the Sule Pagoda, and much more.

Other popular activities also include a ride on Yangon’s Circular Train, a great way to get a glimpse of daily life; A ferry trip to Dallah, a small village across the river from Yangon; Food market tours and cooking demonstrations; Cultural shows, and a visit to the Karaweik Palace where you can enjoy nightly performances and traditional Burmese entertainment.