Walking Tour of Bustling Chinatown,
Myanmar, Yangon and Around
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This bustling quarter of Yangon is west of Sule Pagoda Road in the township of Latha, and the vibe here is colourful and chaotic. Wander the narrow streets lined with shops overflowing with produce and old houses with wooden shutters. Poke through jewellery, Chinese medicines and tiny temples. Greet the street vendors and try a tasty snack (fried insects, steamed vegetables or exotic fruits, just to name a few), or dine out in style on 19th street and enjoy a traditional Chinese Myanmar barbecue feast. This tour leaves plenty of time for a chilled local beer and some relaxed people-watching
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