Top Ten Visit Places in Yangon

1. Shwedagon Pagoda
The Shwedagon Pagoda also known as the Golden Pagoda, is a gilded stupa located in Yangon, Myanmar. The 326-foot-tall (99 m) is situated on Singuttara hill. Shwedagon Pagoda is the most sacred Buddhist pagoda in Myanmar. The Stupa is made of bricks covered with gold plates. 
2.Morning street market
3.The Martyrs’ mausoleum
The Martyrs’ Mausoleum  is a mausoleum in Yangon, Myanmar , located near the northern gate of Shwedagon Pagoda. The mausoleum is dedicated to General Aung San  and other leaders of the pre-independence interim government, all of whom were assassinated on 19 July 1947. It is customary for high-ranking government officials to visit the mausoleum on 19 July to pay respects, and 19 July was designated as Martyrs’ Day, a public holidays.

4.The National Museum Of Myanmar (Yangon)
The National Museum of Myanmar (Yangon) , located in Dagon, Yangon, is the major one of the two national museums for Burmese art, history and culture in Myanmar.Founded in 1952, the five-story museum has an extensive collection of ancient artifacts, ornaments, works of art, inscriptions and historic memorabilia, related to history, culture and civilization of Burmese people. The main attraction of the museum is the only surviving original Lion Throne of the Burmese monarchs. There are more than 4000 permanent objects in the museum.
5.Take a ride on Yangon Circular Train
Yangon Circular Railway  is the local commuter rail network that serves the Yangon metropolitan area. Operated by Myanmar Railway, the 45.9-kilometre (28.5 mi) 39-station loop system connects satellite towns and suburban areas to the city. The hours of service have been consistent over the years, from 3:45 am to 10:15 pm daily. Yangon Circular Railway was built during colonial times by the British.
6.Kandawgyi Lake
Kandawgyi Lake “great royal lake”, is one of two major lakes in Yangon, Burma (Myanmar). Located east of the Shwedagon Pagoda, the lake is artificial; water from Inya Lake is channelled through a series of pipes to Kandawgyi Lake. It was created to provide a clean water supply to the city during the British colonial administration.Along the eastern shorelines of the lake is the famous Karaweik, a concrete replica of a Burmese royal barge built in 1972.It houses a buffet restaurant today.
7.Shop at Bogyoke Aung San Market
Bogyoke Aung San Market  is a major bazzar located in Pabedan Township in central Yangon, Myanmar. Known for its colonial architecture and inner cobblestone streets, the market is a major tourist destination, dominated by antique, Burmese Handicraft and jewelry shops,art galleries and clothing stores. Scott Market was built in 1926.The market structure is listed on the Yangon City Heritage lists.
8.The Secretariat Building (Minister’s Building)
The Ministers’ Building is today known as The Secretariat or Secretariat Yangon) and was the home and administrative seat of British Burma in downtown Yangon, Burma and is the spot where General Aung San and six cabinet ministers were assassinated.The Victorian-style building is made from red and yellow brick and constructed in a U-shape. Construction began in the late 1800s. The central building was completed in 1902.The building is situated on 6.5 hectares (16 acres).
9.China Town
Yangon’s Chinatown was created when the British expanded the city in the 1850s (the city was then known as Rangoon in Burma). It lies between Shwedaungtan Street on the west and Shwedagon Pagoda Road on the east. The northern and southern borders are the Maha Bandoola Road and the Strand Road.19th Street, Yangon is the main centre of the city’s Chinatown.
10. General Aung San Museum
The Bogyoke Aung San Museum is  located in Bahan, Yangon is a museum dedicated to General Aung San, the founder of modern Myanmar. Established in 1962, the two-story museum was Aung San’s last residence before his assassination in July 1947. It is a colonial-era villa, built in 1921, where his daughter Aung San Su Kyi grew up as a child. It houses exhibits on his life story and general memorabilia which includes clothing, books, furniture, family photos and the late general’s car.The museum is listed on the Yangon City Heritage Lists.