This is my second visit to this museum. The entrance fee is 6 USD or 6000 Kyats. It may not look as modern as many others but it does have some good collections. The museum has five floors and it took around 2 hours or more to see all of them.In particular, I like the Burmese painting section. The highlight of the museum is the Lion Throne on the ground floor, which is the only Burmese throne left, as all others were destroyed in WW2 (this one was in Calcutta at that time and so it was safe). It is a good place to understand Burmese history. Camera is not allowed inside.
To get to the museum, you can hire a taxi. Some taxi may not know the place well or may not understand English. It's better to print the name of the place in Burmese and show it to the driver.
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