Yangon Food Tour

Yangon    halfday

Highlights

  • Experience the the bustling and lively local markets of Yangon
  • Get to know everything about burmese food
  • Try Myanmar's most popular dish: Mohinga

  • Inclusions

      English-speaking guide
      Private air-conditioned vehicle including a driver
      Hotel pick up and drop off
      Local market tour including snacks
      Tea and snacks at the 'Feel'-Restaurant
      Lunch at the 'Shan Yoe Yar'-Restaurant

    Exclusions

      Supplement for meals at other Restaurants
      Personal expenses
      Any other items and visits not mentioned in the programme
      Tips for the guide and driver

    Terms & Conditions

    Please Note:

  • In order to confirm your booking by time, please send an e-mail at least 24 hours prior to departure. Please make sure you have a printed voucher with you and present it to our staff at the meeting point.
  • We will send you the exact pick up time at your hotel one day prior departure.
  • Minimum number of participants: 2

  • Full Itinerary

    In the morning our guide will meet with you at hotel lobby. Your day will start to explore the best of Yangon food around the neighborhood street food, stall, and small restaurants.
    At the first step, which can almost feel the local life, we will visit local market that gather to see everything fresh fruits, meats and vegetables. There will be so many vendors selling breakfast treats popular with the locals, such as pancakes, steamed sticky rice with beans and fried delights such as donuts and samosas. The most popular dish in Myanamar is Mohinga (rice noodles in fish soup), which is most often served at breakfast, but is available all day. And there are also dozens of noodle stalls and snack shops in the area where locals gather for a tasty breakfast on their way to work or school. Guests will be able to stop and taste some of these treats as they walk by.
    A short drive to Feel Myanmar restaurant one of the most famous teashop in Yangon. This restaurant specializes in traditional snacks, like thar gu kyo, tea leaf salad,shwe yin aye,Semolina (Shwe Kyi) Cake - Sanwin Makin and Myanmar Tea.
    Finally, transfer to Shan Yoe Yar restaurant for lunch. This restaurant is a popular with locals who come for the delicious Shan curries.This is a very traditional, tasty Shan lunch and the perfect way to complete this day of culinary exploration in Yangon.
    NOTE : (should guests wish to have lunch elsewhere a surcharge will be applied) After lunch transfer back to the hotel.


    from $60 per pax ( US Dollars )

    Notes:
    1. Children 3 years old and under are free. Children above 3 years will need to be paid as Adults.
    2. For Ballooning tours, children under the age of 8 years will not be allowed to fly. Children aged between 8 and 16 years will need to be paid as Adults, and must be over 137cm tall (4 feet 6 inches). Additionally, they need to be accompanied by a paying adult.
    3. Tours require a 3-day advance booking.
    For tours on short notice, please use Contact Us Form

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