Yangon Circular Train

The Yangon Circle train is a really old train that does a 50 kilometer loop around Yangon – at parts the scenery is very rural and it takes about three hours to do the full loop. The train leaves from Yangon Central Station and costs a dollar, but it’s possible to jump off at any station and see where you end up (there’s an interesting pagoda close to Insein station, for example, which is at the halfway point of the loop). As well as watching vendors sell anything from bird feeders to cosmetics inside the carriages, it offers a glimpse of life in Yangon – particularly of those less fortunate and who eek out an existence by the side of the railway lines.

I am the Editor-in-Chief of Wanderlust Fantastic. I currently live in Yangon Myanmar, I have a passion for photography and love to travel.

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Jeremy

I am the Editor-in-Chief of Wanderlust Fantastic. I currently live in Yangon Myanmar, I have a passion for photography and love to travel.

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