Experience Yangon's food culture on an evening walking tour of street food venues and markets. With a guide, explore the neighborhoods of downtown Yangon, including Chinatown and Little India, stopping by food stalls and family-owned eateries for a variety of tastings. Learn about the history of each dish from your guide while you eat.
Kick off from the central Mahabandoola Garden where your guide will take you to the first stop – grilled fish barbequed over hot charcoal and served with lime and tamarind dipping sauces. As you amble up through the backstreets of Old Yangon on your tour, you’ll dive into a famous noodle house famed for its authentic dishes from Shan province. You’ll start to see a marked difference in the dishes as you enter Yangon’s Little India. En route though the bustling neighborhood, you’ll make several stops to try hot, lightly spiced samosas, crisp dosas best dipped into a variety of pickles and curries and a famed Bengali sweet shop. Your next stop on our Yangon tour is Chinatown, a vibrant district with a fascinating history. It’s not short of places to eat, but not all are made equal. You’ll make stops at old Chinese bakeries, 3rd generation soup houses, a lively tea house for bao buns and springs runs and much more. End with cold Myanmar beer and barbecued skewers along the famed 19th street. *Sorry veggies, this one isn’t for you. We’re working on a meat-free Yangon tour which we hope to launch soon.**Vendors take time off too, so we can’t promise every Yangon food tour will be the same. Fear not, the night will always be packed with good stuff.
Taking circle train ride in Yangon is one of the must do activities while you travel to Yangon Burma. Especially Riding the Circle Line train provides a window into the daily routine of the Myanmar people away from the commercial center of the country. Then we combine this with a chance to tasting traditional foods during the tour.
Discover Yangon at night on a 2.5-hour walking tour through bustling markets and Chinatown’s atmospheric temples. Get a glimpse of local life as you browse secondhand stalls on Shwe Bontha Street and duck into the neighborhood’s Hindu and Buddhist shrines. Pause for a drink at a sidewalk stand and follow your guide through the narrow lanes of a fresh produce market; practice your haggling skills, sample Burmese cuisine at tiny stalls and end your trip with a cold beer at Yangon’s famed 19th street night market.
Discover the rich cuisine of Myanmar on a small-group tour through Yangon. Follow your guide around town to explore local eateries and street food stalls and try at least eight dishes and drinks. Learn about the history of Burmese cuisine and how it’s been influenced by many ethnic groups in the country.
See the best of Yangon, even if you’ve only got limited time, on a sightseeing tour that focuses on culture and cuisine. Designed with first-time visitors in mind, this sightseeing tour transports you between dispersed sights in air-conditioned comfort and includes a personalized cooking lesson. Plus, stress-free hotel pickup is included.
Experience Mandalay through its food on this 3-hour dinner tour. With a guide, you'll walk through the night market on 76th Street to take in the local vibes, and then enjoy a hot pot dinner as you chat about life in the city. Hotel transfers provided.
This tour is great if you want to spend an evening getting to know the city and its food scene. Lead by our expert food guide, you will discover more about the local culture through food.Exploring the city by rickshaw will let you see more of impressive view of downtown Yangon than is possible while working.
Where: YANGON‘Yangon is the largest city in Myanmar (formerly Burma). A mix of British colonial architecture, modern high-rises and gilded Buddhist pagodas define its skyline making it visually intriguing. Its famed Shwedagon Pagoda, a huge shimmering pagoda complex, draws thousands of pilgrims annually. Despite not being the capital of Myanmar, this moved to Nay Pyi Taw in 2005, Yangon remains the cultural and commercial heart of Myanmar. The city has an eclectic range of museums, art galleries and markets, in which you can take in Myanmar culture. A trip to Scott Market will heighten your bartering skills and immerse you in the local flavor of a developing and engaging city’.
Join Moe and her family for a meal at their welcoming dining table. The homecooking of Myanmar is influenced by its geography and the food is a mix of southeast Asian, Indian, and Chinese flavors and cooking techniques. Moe’s family prepares traditional Myanmar cuisine as well as Chinese dishes, reflecting their heritage. You might try dishes such as their tender Burmese pork curry cooked with onions and tomato paste, nga phe thoq (a fish cake salad, of fried fish cake served on top of a fresh greens with onion, fried garlic and tomato), bean soup with vermicelli and dried shrimp, or shui jiao (Chinese dumplings stuffed with minced pork, ginger, and spring onions).
Join Morning Yangon food tour to experience the authenticity of Yangon and its people like local . Actually Yangon is the renowned street food destination and the local favorite dining district in Southeast Asia. On this early morning adventure, we bring to you discover the sophisticated flavors of Yangon’s 100 years old community that is rich with tradition & delicious food. Absolutely there are lots of thing to see and a large variety of foods to choose from . Additionally our two and half hours tour aims to help visitors unveil the secret of Yangon through its various tastes and fascinating tradition.
What is the better way to explore the local culture than enjoy the authentic cuisine and sharing the meals with the native on one of the most bustling of the city? With this tour, you will be familiarized with the boulevards of Yangon with grand buildings from the colonial time. Next, passing through the Shwe Bon Thar road and browsing through all the shops and vendors selling a wide range of products. Then, we continue to China Town to indulge in even more shopping spree and enjoy the food on the road of this busy town.
This 4 hours will let you discover the two big local markets of Yangon: Thiri Mingalar market and Bogyoke Market.This is an adorable combination tour of active market visits, local foods and culture of the city.
Enjoy a cultural experience that shows you a piece of local Myanmar life on this tour from Mandalay to the village of Thonezepay, which you'll reach by boat. Meet the people who live there and enjoy a lunch together that you'll help to cook. This tour allows you to see more of the country in one day with the ease of a pre-planned journey.
Explore the backstreets of Yangon as they come alive in the eveningEnjoy the best Taste of some Myanmar Traditional foods or snacks Experience the living culture of Yangon and its rich history while walking