Armenian Church of St John the Baptist
Dating to 1863, this small church served Yangon's Armenian trading community who had been here since the 17th century.
Opened in 1901, and run by the famed Sarkies brothers (they also owned Raffles in Singapore and the Eastern and Oriental in Penang),...
Yangon Heritage Trust
The small gallery of historic photographs here gives an idea of how downtown Yangon used to look. There's a great view of lower Pansodan...
Hola Dance Club
The main reason for heading to this classy, art deco–decorated restaurant and bar is to attend salsa nights, which run from 8pm on...
Union Bar & Grill
Occupying a corner of the Red Cross Building, this new restaurant and bar oozes urban sophistication with nods to its dock-side location...
85-87 Thein Byu Rd · interesting places nearby
Located in an airy colonial town house, Monsoon is a good option for those intimidated by Yangon’s more authentic options. The menu also spans the rest of mainland Southeast Asia, with sections from Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.