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The Lins Travels- Day Tours

Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
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About The Lins Travels- Day Tours
A brief City Tour includes Botahtaung Pagoda; the famous landmark on the side of Yangon River, with a huge internal cavity and the Relic Chamber and visit toSule Pagoda, City Hall, Independent monument and old Colonial buildings.Our tourProceed to Chauk-htet-kyi Pagoda; to see life like Reclining Buddha Image with Buddhist Monasteries around the Temple.
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Charley44 wrote a review Dec 2019
Rockville, Maryland365 contributions228 helpful votes
We hired them for 3 days of touring Yangon from the new cruise port, south of the city. Be aware that the final stretch of road to the port is very narrow, and very crowded with large fuel tanker trucks. Morning congestion can delay your tour significantly. Our small group traveled by Coaster bus from the port to each of the multiple destinations in Yangon. The guide was superb, and his English more than satisfactory. Our days of tours showed us the richness of the Buddhist religious and cultural history, as well as the acute poverty of the nation along side the golden extravagances of the Golden Buddhas and other land marks. Not every stop was a delight, but the entire day was wonderful, a comment shared by the other 12 people with us. We got to see the REAL city, the liberal toleration of the people of all peoples not discussed in American newspapers. We saw more than a few Muslims, as well as Jews and Christians. Shopping was an interesting experience, and not just the overcrowded souks or the modern malls. Real bargains are everywhere. Midday meals were taken considering our meal limitations, and provided along side Burmese nationals. We did see a nation not yet at the level of a third world, but rapidly accelerating its development. The beauty is there to be seen, as is some of the consequences of acute poverty. Some of the sites are not the cleanest, so older shoes are appropriate. The new civil works match the highest design standards of today: they are building to meet the standards of tomorrow, not just to meet today's requirements. The walking is easy, but be prepared to remove shoes and socks when entering Buddhist holy sites. Be aware of the dress code for men and women regarding the covering of your body. It is strictly enforced: legs, shoulders, upper arms: no tight clothing for women; no shorts; etc. We STRONGLY recommend this tour operator.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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