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Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Most Yangon hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Getting ready to take off on your Yangon holiday? Don't know what sort of things to add to your travel schedule? No need to fret — we're here to give you a few hints.
Keep an eye out for animals as you go for a walk around Inya Lake. This expanse of water is a critical part of the ecosystem. There's a wonderful range of things to do in this destination. If you have a curious mind, it's worth a trip to Myanmar Gems Museum. You never know what you'll find here! Still have time to spare? Temples have long drawn pilgrims in search of spiritual enlightenment in a physical world. Organise a visit to the hallowed site of Kaba Aye Pagoda and immerse yourself in your own quiet reflection.
Holidays are pretty cool to start with. But opening yourself up to the fun activities on offer certainly makes them better!
Kick off your trip to Yangon by checking out one or two of these things to do:
Got some time up your sleeve? Go to our Yangon things to do page for a full list of activities.
Before you head to Yangon, lock in a cosy room on Expedia. You'll have roughly 86 accommodation to select from — your luxury getaway or cheap holiday awaits!
Valet parking, king-size beds and fine furnishings are just a few of the things you can expect to find at the Belmond Governor's Residence (35 Taw Win Road) and the Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon (40, Natmauk Road, Tamwe Township). Book a room now for a taste of luxury! If you've crunched the numbers and these don't agree with your budget, don't fret — we've got some lower-priced options. Take a look at the Kaung Lay Inn (75B Moe Ma Kha Lane) and the 100 Moon Inn (50/C(4), Natmauk Lanethwe (1)).
Yangon International Airport (RGN) can be found 3 miles northwest of the main area of Yangon. Grab your bags, hail a cab and switch into holiday mode!
Great service and detail was given to requests. We had a family type suite that had an adjoining room for our grandchildren! We thought the beds were very comfortable, the bathrooms were well equipped. The children especially enjoy the pool and the meals in the Square Restaurant.
It is wonderful to see Melia hotel staff waiting for us at the airport entrance as we arrive Yangon airport 01:00 a.m. The hotel staff are friendly and helpful. We try all 3 restaurant in the hotel and the Olea is the best. The lady staff Haymar is very friendly and provided a high quality of service ...
The property is very quiet and can get good sleep. There is a nice pool and gym to enjoy. The staff is wonderful with great English expertise. They can arrange taxi for you to see different attractions in town. Overall, a very good hotel with a very good staff
Excellent service everywhere, staff were great from Reception to the dining venues. Room was clean and spacious.
New and very nice hotel in the heart of Yangon
New and clean premises. Staff members are amazing!
Very nice stay, and comfortable bed. Easily accessible. Pleasant staff. Good breakfast.
Likes: Close to city and Shwe Dagon. Staff are friendly and welcoming. Breakfast is good. Dislikes: the room is in very poor condition. Booked for a deluxe room at a high price. but the room is in no way up to that standard; it is very small and old, toilet is in a bad shape. Requested for a high ...