If you’re on this Downtown & Chinatown food trail, it’s all within walking distance or a short taxi ride away. At peak hours, it’s better to walk, given the gridlocks that can happen. From great hawker fare to interesting restaurants, this food trail brings you some of the best in Myanmar fare. And who knows, as you walk, you might just discover your very own favourite Myanmar food stop amongst the thousands of outlets that dot Downtown and Chinatown.
Bogyoke Market or Bogyoke Aung San Market is formerly known as Scott’s Market and it is a major bazaar in downtown area of Yangon city. It is located in Pabedan Township. Because of its colonial architecture, this market is one of the tourist attractions in Yangon.
Thein Gyi Zay Market
Zay means Market in Burmese. This market was built in 1905 and also a major bazaar, located in Latha township. You won’t see so much food here. But this place is one of the biggest markets in Myanmar.
Chinatown in Yangon is a nice place to get some good food and drink. This comes alive at evening and till midnight. Many restaurants and bars open there and color the night life. Many kinds of fresh fruits are sold near Chinese temple.
Yangon night market or Kwee Phyo night market is located on Strand road. The market has a really long length along the road and opens from 5pm to 11pm. You can find a small night market near MaharBandoola park too. Most of the vendors in Yangon are opening their stalls here.
(According to www.mmtimes.com)
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