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Yangon (formerly Rangoon)

Yangon (formerly Rangoon) is the largest city in Myanmar (formerly Burma). A mix of colonial architecture, modern high-rises and gilded Buddhist pagodas define its skyline. Its famed Shwedagon Paya, a huge, shimmering pagoda complex, draws thousands of pilgrims annually. The city's other notable religious sites include the Botataung and Sule pagodas, both housing Buddhist relics.

The city's green spaces include People’s Park, with fountains and flower gardens, and Kandawgyi Lake, with a replica of a royal barge, waterside cafes and adjacent zoo. The National Museum presents exhibits on Burmese art and culture. The covered market of Bogyoke Aung San is packed with stalls selling traditional lacquerware, antiques, wood carvings and textiles (including the sarong like longyi still worn by many Burmese). The Circular Railway, a commuter train departing from the landmark Yangon Central Station, provides views of a variety of urban and rural landscapes.

Bagan
BAGAN
Mandalay
MANDALAY
Shwenandaw Monastery
SHWENANDAW MONASTERY
Inle Lake
INLE LAKE
Bago
BAGO
Kengtung
KENGTUNG
Inwa or Ava
INWA OR AVA
Thandwe
THANDWE
Taunggyi
TAUNGGYI
Myitkyina
MYITKYINA
Myeik
MYEIK
Mrauk U
MRAUK U
Sittwe
SITTWE
Putao
PUTAO
Mogok
MOGOK
Lashio
LASHIO
Pyin Oo Lwin or Pyin U Lwin
PYIN OO LWIN OR PYIN U LWIN
Pindaya
PINDAYA
Dawei
DAWEI
Mawlamyine
MAWLAMYINE
Ngwesaung
NGWESAUNG
Thanlyin
THANLYIN
Pathein
PATHEIN
Mong La or Mongla
MONG LA OR MONGLA
Monywa
MONYWA
Amarapura
AMARAPURA
Nyaungshwe Township
NYAUNGSHWE TOWNSHIP
Mingun
MINGUN
Chaungtha
CHAUNGTHA
Hsipaw
HSIPAW
Hpa-An
HPA-AN
Pyay
PYAY
Myawaddy
MYAWADDY
Loikaw
LOIKAW
Nyaung-U
NYAUNG-U
Sagaing
SAGAING
Ngapali Beach
NGAPALI BEACH
Lenya National Park
LENYA NATIONAL PARK
Kawthaung Township
KAWTHAUNG TOWNSHIP
Muse
MUSE
Taungoo
TAUNGOO
Kyaukme
KYAUKME