Formerly a British colony, the remnants of the past still line the landscape of the current city. Strategically located, Sedona Hotel Yangon allows one to discover the places to visit and things to do in Yangon with ease.
A stone’s throw away is the largest lake in Yangon, Inya Lake. Best known for Aung San Suu Kyi’s residence by the lakefront, Inya Lake Park, located next to Yangon University, is also a popular venue for recreational activities such as rowing and sailing.
A 10-minute drive brings you to the Shwedagon Pagoda, the most sacred Buddhist site for the people of Myanmar and a majestic sight to behold. This unforgettable Yangon attraction stands close to 99 metres, the Shwedagon Pagoda is plated with more than 30 tonnes of gold and the tip encrusted with diamonds, rubies, topaz and sapphires.
Bogyoke Aung San Market
(formerly known as Scotts Market)
Step into the cobblestoned streets of Yangon’s best known bazaar just 15-minute drive away and be impressed by the range of wares available from antiques, art pieces and jewellery to foodstuffs and apparels.
A 25-minute drive away into the centre of downtown Yangon brings one to the bustling Chinatown lined with cafés, apparel shops and roadside food stalls. Visit during Chinese New Year holiday to bask in the festivities or explore the Chinese temples on foot any time for a heritage and cultural tour.