Yangon by Night
Just before sunset you will be transferred to the jetty in order to board a boat for a short evening cruise on the glittering Yangon River. This is a chance to see the former capital’s river life in action with fishermen and local ferries passing by. Then, it’s onto another form of transport, a traditional local trishaw which will gently ride towards the illuminated Sule Paya, while you sit back and watch the colourful street stalls come to life. In Chinatown, the tour focuses on 19th Street, famous for its lively barbeque restaurants. Dozens of vendors set up satay stalls and other snack stalls here in the evening and there will be the chance to stop and sample some. Then, depending on the night of the week, it’s on to a lively night spot, for live music, local draft beers and to see how the city unwinds.